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Report: #1509677

Complaint Review: Pallet Liquidators -

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  • Reported By: Darice — Schaumburg IL United States
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Pallet Liquidators False advertisement. Products represented no even close. 

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Pallet liquidation is a joke.  If you go to the website pallet-liquidation.com they show pallets from Amazon stock stacked probably around 6 feet. Huge. They show customers unloading item after item. The biggest pallet cost is 59.99. "A huge pallet".

I received small cheap backpack. Rubber, not cloth. No brand name, And a cheap pair of ear buds, again no brand name. I should have known better. Now that I look more closely the "verified authentic products" on the website cuts off. No one is actually verifying anything.

I says returns no problem. What they don't say is the return, again for a small cheap backpack will be 20 dollars.

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