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Report: #1499565

Complaint Review: Wish Company/ContextLogic, Inc - San Francisco CA

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  • Reported By: Milton — Bronx United States
  • Wish Company/ContextLogic, Inc One Sansome St., 40th Fl. San Francisco, CA United States

Wish Company/ContextLogic, Inc Peter Szulczewski (CEO); Danny Zhang (CTO); Rajat Bahri (CFO); Thomas Chuang (Head of Finance); Tarek Fahmy (Head of Product Engineering); James Prendergast ( COO) ;and, etc. I ordered a Smartphone S20U from the , it arrived damaged and broken.  San Francisco CA

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I ordered a Smartphone S20U from the Wish Company/ContextLogic, inc. It arrived damaged and broken. I contacted the Wish Company but they deactivated my account under Order ID : 5ebd69f885fb8f04917fc799. As it stands now, I can not obtain a full refund or a replacement smartphone S20U because this named company refuses to intervene on my behalf and provide me with a full refund or replacement smartphone S20U.





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