Report: #1334609

Complaint Review: Best Buy

  • Submitted: Sat, October 22, 2016
  • Updated: Sun, October 23, 2016
  • Reported By: Harriet — Diamond Bar California USA
  • Best Buy

    Diamond Bar, California

Best Buy Thieves Diamond Bar California

*Consumer Comment: Something is missing here

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I purchased $6500 worth of Merchandise at Best Buy. I did not want it delivered while I was remodeling my home. Ended up in a divorce. Best Buy said they gave me a credit for the merchandise.I  proved they never gave me a credit but in small claims court they claimed only staute of limitations and won. They got my $14,000 in payments because the credit card company said I would ruin my credit if I stopped paying while the dispute was going on. They ended up with my money and my merchandise. If that is not theft then I don't kn ow what is.

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#1 Consumer Comment

Something is missing here

AUTHOR: Robert - (USA)

You go from not wanting items you purchased delivered because you were remodeling, to getting a divorce to suing them in Small Claims.  It's like you went from point A to point Z totally bypasing Points B to Y.

But then you lost in Small Claims because of the Statute of Limitations had run out.   For this type of case the SOL would be 3 to 4 years depending on exactly what you were claiming.  So there is a lot of time that would have passed to you have been outside of the Statute of Limitations which I am sure would explain a lot of this.

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