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Complaint Review: Global Liquidators, Closeouts, And Auctioneers - Elmsford New York

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  • Global Liquidators, Closeouts, And Auctioneers 2 East Main St, Suite 926 Elmsford, New York U.S.A.

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I found Global Liquidators website at wholesale411. I contacted Global and talked to Derek Frasier, regarding electronics. He explained to me that they had two different types of electronic pallets, "off name brand" which included, boom boxes, vcr's, and small tvs, and "High End"(panasonic, bose, rca, sony, sharp ect) which included flat screen and plasma tv's, dvd recorders, video cameras, dvd video cameras, surround sound systems, ect.

He told me that they were all unopened goods with manufactures warranty, that they were just last years models that never sold ("brand new"). He said that they buy in such mass quanities from the manufactures there able to sell them to us for cheap. I told him that I would be interested in purchasing 1 pallet to start, and he told me that there was a 6 pallet min. order, but since I was a first time costumer he could send me 4 pallets.

All I had to do was wire the money into there account and he would send me a tracking # within 4 days of the wire. I recieved an e-mail with a confirmation number on my order stating that I would be buying and receiving 4 ("high end electronic paletts").

I waited 1 1/2 weeks and received nothing, no tracking number no nothing. Finally after several phone calls, nearly 12 a day, I was finally able to talk to Derek again. I asked him where my tracking # was and he said that they had such terrible weather the drivers couldn't get there. I knew something was wrong, so I asked him if all the merchandise was fully insured until it reached me and he assured me that it was all insured and I would recieve everything in perfect working order, because the merchandise was all unopened.

2 weeks and about 350 phone calls later, I finally recieved a tracking # from the girl who answers the phone "Kim". The day I was supposed to receive the pallets I talked to Kim in the morning and she told me that I would be receiving my stuff but she said that the Roadway shipping company went through the pallets and stole and destroyed all the items, then rewrapped it. YEAH RIGHT She told me to get in touch with roadways insurance company and file a claim for the value of my merchandise.

I then called Roadway, went down to their terminal and looked at my lovely 4 pallets of broken used burnt microwaves, a couple of trashed crap boom boxes, and 2 used tv's in brown boxes with the words "good tv" handwritten on them. I was also told that each pallet would contain 50 to 70 items on it (Cameras are so small)I think there was maybe 15 total items. Oh yeah and my shipping was supposed to cost $500.00 per Derek and it was actually $2100.00. WHAT A DEAL HUH!!!!

If you have been ripped off by this company please enter a report, and lets get together and get our money back from the loser con-artist.

Colorado Springs, Colorado

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#2 Consumer Suggestion

Here you go. Don't make me draw you a map. Now, gas up and get on your way over.

AUTHOR: Paul - (U.S.A.)

POSTED: Saturday, March 12, 2005

Network solutions site information:


Global Liquidators, Closeouts & Auctioneers, LLC.

160 North Main Street, Suite 125

New City, NY 10956


Administrative Contact:

Meir Ben-Dov ben1 at mjet dotcom

69 Woodbine Rd.

New City, NY 10956

Phone: 845-638-1779

Fax: 845-634-8060

Record updated on 2003-08-26 09:21:47

Record created on 2003-08-26

Record expires on 2005-08-26

Database last updated on 2005-03-12 04:00:07 EST


I absolutely swear to god I did not know this when I wrote the last comment!

This idiot is applying for a patent for a bone repair device. What are the chances of that? I love it!

He can start by fixing his own bone after you drill it.

Ben-Dov; Meir (69 Woodbine Rd., New City, NY 10956)

Abstract: A combined external fixation and bone growth stimulation apparatus in which current flows, in a defined cycle, from a cathode to one of two pairs of electrodes, then from one pair of electrodes to the other, and then from the cathode to the other pair of electrodes, is disclosed.

Application Number: 110613

Filing Date: October 19, 1987

Publication Date: December 26, 1989

Current Classes: 606/56; 606/54; 606/59; 606/86; 607/51

International Classes: A61F 005/04; A61N 001/32

Field of Search: 128/92 Z

US Patent References: 3783880 Jan., 1974 Kraus 128/419.

3893462 Jul., 1975 Manning 128/421.

3918440 Nov., 1975 Kraus 128/419.

4026304 May., 1977 Levy 128/419.

4095602 Jun., 1978 Leveen 128/419.

4308863 Jan., 1982 Fischer 128/92.

4365624 Dec., 1982 Jaquet 128/92.

4390023 Jun., 1983 Rise 128/421.

4465069 Aug., 1984 Barbier et al. 128/303.

What is claimed is: A bone growth stimulator.

INDUSTRIAL APPLICATION: This invention will find industrial application in veterinary medicine and in orthopedic surgery.

There you go. The name is Meir Ben-Dov. He's an Israeli archaeologist. There are pictures of him on the internet. Evidentially, he's from one of those middle eastern planets. Come over here to scam stupid Americans out of their money.

Go stimulate his bone. That way, we'll find out if his invention is as fraudulent as the rest of his phony business.

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#1 Consumer Suggestion

It's hard to believe anyone would actually fall for this. It's such an obvious con.

AUTHOR: Paul - (U.S.A.)

POSTED: Saturday, March 12, 2005

What else do you expect from the internet?

This is such a half-assed con that I wouldn't believe that people would actually fall for it. I mean, top dollar electronics that won't sell?

How could anyone have a problem unloading a plasma TV? The things are worth $5,000. Do you mean to tell me that nobody would even pay $100 for one?

They have to stack them up on a pallet and send them to you for pennies on the dollar?

Not even believable.

Here's what you're dealing with. The frauds used a post office box as an address. They put down the post office address and used the word suite instead of box number.



ELMSFORD NY 10523-2601

Phone: 914-592-6888

Go catch them. Have someone else call up and pretend to send them $10,000.

Meanwhile, you drive over and set up miniature video surveillance in the lobby. Make sure you can see the box. You send a bright neon green envelope to the address. That way, you will see right away when someone takes it out.

You sit outside in a van. Bring food and drinks. It'll probably be a few hours or more.

Obviously, you use wireless equipment. Only an idiot would run a wire into the building.

Plant your camera under a table. In the trash. Or, on a wall. Cameras are on the wall all the time.

Time it so this happens on the weekend. The post office will be closed.

As soon as the crook takes the green envelope out, you got him. Start up and follow. Bump and grab.

You can use a torch, or a drill. A bernzomatic propane torch. Or a cordless drill with a 1/8 bit.

You don't drill into a main area. Start in an ankle bone.

If you use the torch, watch you don't set your car on fire. People thrash around and knock the torch out of your hands.

The bone drill is best. It gets your money back quick. One drilling. The ankle. In one side and out the other. Then, put duct tape over the holes.

Put the fraud on plastic, because he'll definitely piss himself. He might even vomit after you drill the hole. It hurts a lot. You'll see.

Drill the hole first, and then ask for your money back. That shows you're serious.

Don't get crazy and start drilling a bunch of holes. You only need one.

Trust me, you'll get all your money back, plus your gas and something for your time.

The fraud will be sorry. And, he'll stay sorry for the rest of his life.

He'll walk with a limp. It'll be a reminder not to do things like this!

You should smarten up too, Angela. There are a million frauds out there. You can't be driving all over the country chasing after your money each time you get cheated.

Stay the hell off the internet and this won't happen!

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