Report: #227327

Complaint Review: Trendtimes - Internet

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  • Reported By: boulder Colorado
  • Trendtimes http://www.trendtimes.com/ Internet U.S.A.

Trendtimes.com Trendtimes RC helicopter - triple mark up - different advertised name of item Internet

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I ordered three "extreme micro rc: helicopters from this company for $99 apiece, discounted from $149 apiece. They advertised these as clearly being superior to the other "imitations".

What I received was in fact the Chinese "Picco Z" remote control helicopters, which are being sold on other sites for $34. Basically a styrofoam piece of junk. Trendtimes clearly avoided using the name "Picco Z" in their advertisement.

I have entered a dispute with the credit card company and am awaiting their investigation. I do not care if I get a refund, I just dont want trendtimes to rip any one else off.

Boulder, Colorado

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