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  • 949-305-6600 Texas U.S.A. - Best Buy Promised $58 for Working iPod, when they received it, they paid nothing to me, said it did not work. Richfield, Texas

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Best Buy sent me an email as part of their "Rewards" program. It was a joint program with DealTrade. I ageed to participate. They promised me $52 and some change in a best buy gift card if I send my poor condition iPod in working order to their TX address. I sent it looking forward to upgrading to a larger model. A few days later, they sent me an email saying it did not work and the value was $0. OMG, it was in working order when I sent it to them (I listened to a quenn song before I packed it away). It may have needed the battery charged, but I assure it it was working! These guys are a rip off.
I will no longer shop at Best Buy who partnered with these crooks. Beware.

Naperville, Illinois

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