ED Magedson – Founder
furniturehomedelivery.comKennesaw, Georgia USA
furniturehomedelivery.com charged my card, revoked order of item on sale. Kennesaw Georgia
On October 20th I ordered two sofa beds from furniturehomedelivery.com and received my order conformation that day. My card has also been charged that day. The two sofa beds were on sale items for $20 each. I thought it was too good to be true but ordered them anyways. $40 is not such a big loss if it turns out to be a scam I said to myself. Well, it turned out to be a non reliable website because when I checked my order status on their website yesterday, it stated that my order had been cancelled. I did not receive an email from the website that my order had been cancelled, instead I was the one who had to write an email to their provided email address questioning them why my order had been cancelled. Their only reply was for me to look at their terms of service. Apparently they like to revoke orders whenever they feel like it. No wonder their daily profit is about $2 a day according to some internet research. If you want furniture, my best advice is you order it either from a legit website or go to your nearest furniture store. I am still waiting for my refund.
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