Well, it looks like the Digital Audio speakers scam has occured once again. This time I am the sucker. It happened when I was on my way home from school.
When I was at a stop light, a *yellow Nissan Xterra* pulled up next to me with two guys who were about 20-25 years old. They said they recieved a shipment of DOGG Digital Audio Pro Series III speakers when they weren't supposed to and they were trying to sell them for some extra cash.
Being the sucker I am, I pulled over into a grocery store parking lot and had a look at the speakers. They showed me that the speakers were brand new and their retail price was $1999, which was labeled on the box.
I asked the guy how much he was selling them for, and he asked for $700. Thank God I didn't have that much money, because I would have paid it. I told them I only had $200. After a minute of hesitation, they said ok. I thought I was getting the best deal here. When I got home, I checked the internet to see what they were selling for. Upon my search, I came across this site. Thats when I realized that I was played. Now I am extremely pissed and disgusted.
The two guys told me they were from San Clemente, CA. They were driving a Yellow Nissan Xterra. The one who sold me had a surfer look to him. He had hair to his shoulders, color blondish-brown, and kind of curly. He also had a goatie. I didn't get a good look at the passenger, but I know he had short brown hair.
Be on the lookout for these two if you live in Southern California. If I find them, God knows what I will do. If you have any information or questions, email at firstname.lastname@example.org
It is time to put an end to this crap.
U.S.A. *EDitor's Comment: Rip-off Report confirms contact info, salesman misrepresentation ripoff