AJrichies.com advertised their March 2013 madness sale on their camera equipment. I ordered Saturday on their website a Nikon d5100 camera for 447.99 and warranty upgrade for 69.95. I get a call from them next day on Easter Sunday while I was at church. I checked my email and they said they were trying to reach me to verify my billing information before processing. I called back and all this guy (he said his name was Scott) tried to do is sell me additional options and supposed free upgrades and two for ones ETC. I said wait, lets go back and just give me what I ordered on the website. But you need this and that...." he said. Rather than sell me what I ordered , he suggested I cancel my order. The low advertising price obviously was just a way to get one of their sales persons to pressure me over the phone to buy options for the camera I don't need. I could hear what sounded like other sweatshop callers in the background. I asked him to email me these options and he said we dont email. NOTE: There was nothing wrong with my billing information! Isnt that tactic illegal?
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