Report: #1452358

Complaint Review: CarID.com -

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  • Reported By: Barbara — dundee florida United States
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  • CarID.com United States

CarID.com item shipped fit the front of the car but not the back Internet

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I ordered an item from CarID.com in June.  After it arrived, I found that the front water shields fit perfectly but the rear did not fit.  Around June 15, I began an email correspondence that included pictures on 2 different occassions, and the promises of a resolution. 

Well FINALLY today, on July 18th, I got the resolution that the product was not made to fit the back of our car.  Mind you, it clearly states that it does fit our car, and it fits perfectly in the front. 

To make a long story short, these people are schysters.  They offered to refund 1/2 of my money, but that's crap because i am going to have to purchase a new set from someone, to finish the set on my car.  These people should be stopped

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