Report: #1035060

Complaint Review: FRY'S ELECTRONICS Las Vegas

  • Submitted: Fri, March 15, 2013
  • Updated: Fri, March 15, 2013
  • Reported By: LynneD — Las Vegas Nevada
    6845 South Las Vegas Blvd. Las Vegas, NV 89119
    Las Vegas, Nevada
    United States of America


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I had very bad  SCAM experience at Frys just recently.  I bought a Ultrabook $1600 plus insurance $300.  By the time I finished paying all other items itnwas around $2,400.  I needed  a laptop/tablet combined for my work.  I searched the internet and printed what I needed.  Went to Fry's and found a Lenovo twist for $1099 but only had 125 gb.  I wanted one with 500 GB.   I surely liked the screen as it it was perfect for what I needed 12.5" So, a salesman and supervisor name Jon Oca, helped me.  I realized the keyboards were too plasticky so I wanted something better and willing to pay more for it.  So, he brought me to Sony Vaiio Ultrabook which was just released two weeks ago.  There was also another buyer (witness) who also happens to be looking also for the same thing and we both talked and gave me her business card and asked me to let her know what  is my input on the Sony.  I excitedly asked if the Sony Ultrabook is 500 GB.  Salesman said yes in front of the other buyer.  He also said that is I-7 Intel Core  which is the latest and the greatest with 8GB Memory. I was concerned that it was only 11.5".  He said that is not that much smaller than the Lenovo and that I should not feel the difference.   I asked him a couple of times NOT just once infront of this other buyer if it is 500 GB and said he said yes.

Then, the other buyer said to me "You know they have 15% RESTOCKING FEE".  I got worried and immediately asked him.  Jon Oca the saleman looked at me in the eyes, smiled  and said  "DON'T WORRY.. If you return I will I will NOT charge you the restocking fee... I am the supervisor in the computer dept".

This scammer would have NOT told me the restocking fee if the other buyer didn't tell me.  The salesman then explained why they are now charging 15% restocking fee.  That there were 20 computers that got returned all in one day when there was a convention.  I told the salesman, why should other customers pay the price on these 20 buyers that made the return.  I told him that the 15% restocking fee is  bad and not fair for buyers and all it takes is ONE upset buyer who will tell 20 more buyers, and each of those buyers
will tell 20.  It is worse than the 20 returns they received.  Well, here I am telling the WHOLE WIDE WORLD!!!

Anyway, two days later, as I was surfing and learning the Windows 8 and finally went to the desktop, I found out the Ultrabook is only 250 GB and 50 GB is somehow already used up with all kinds of programs installed by the manufacturer.   I was very upset that this unsuspecting salesman LIED to me.

I am also finding out the screen is too small for what I needed.  Five days after my purchase, I called him up and told him that I would like to return because he lied it is NOT 500GB and the screen is too small.  I REMINDED him that he made a promise he will give me refund and that I had a witness and not give me any problem.  This salesman then flatly DENIED it and said, "Oh, I would not make a promise like that.  We have 15% RESTOCKING FEE  (that's $360 they want to charge me).  You can exchange it with something else in the store if you want"  So, I argued with him on the phone and told him that I had a witness.  Salesman (Jon Oca) still refused.  I was very upset so I ran directly to the store.  Again, he refused and I knew I had no fight against this.  As one of the staff going through the Ultrabook, he noticed that there is tiny dent on the side of the laptop and told me they will not take it back at all.  I told them I was the only user so how that got there I have no idea.  Anyway, they refuse to take it back without charging me the 15% restocking fee even if the dent is not there.   But since the dent is there they will not will not take it back at all.  I immediately contacted the other buyer who was a witness and heard this salesman make the promise.

She said she will NO longer go there and will buy her computer at Best Buy.

Today, I talked to her and she did.  Well, there is another Frys  LOST customer.

I will take a lost on this one and sell it at around $900.  I will lose $700 ;--((.   I really need the bigger screen and 500GB.  I used to love Frys and purchased a nice tv and all my stereos two years ago.  I spent almost
$10,000.  Now I hate this store and I would like to warn all the consumers BEWARE of LIAR SALESMAN they have over there.  This place is NO longer what it used to me.  Best Buy used to do the same thing charge 15% restocking fee and obviously a system that did NOT work.  Best Buy NO longer do this as there were less buyers.  Fry's took over Best Buy FAILED SYSTEM.  Please BEWARE BE CAREFUL of DISHONEST salesmen and 15% RESTOCKING FEE at FRYS.
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