Last Updated on Saturday, 27 August 2011 10:23 Wednesday, 24 August 2011 23:50
I attempted to purchase a HP TouchPad, from a seller on Amazon. Take a look for yourself!
I am an easy going guy but seriously, if you have an online store and can't keep track of how many you have and sell them all, why would you keep selling! You are OUT, that is a time to stop selling!!!!! FFFFFUUUUUUUUUUUUUU.... Any way enjoy.
After the order and waiting a couple of days I sent an email asking about the shipping as nothing had changed on the site and also my paypal account had been billed, Also please not the seller name. I know that I forgot to blur the order number but nothing can be done with it now so it is fine to leave.
Went another day or so and received this email from amazon.
UGH!!!! I clicked on the link at the bottom and was taken to the item page and HOLY CRAP!!! They have them in stock and have jacked up the prices again! Since it is in stock I should be given them at the price that I purchased them at!
This is the same seller just a new name and price!!!!! BUUULLLLLL!! And my paypal was charged AMAZON!!!!
Lets see what happens now!
I have looked around and have found that there is a TON of people who have had the same issue as I have! If you would like to read more about it you can see the posts on the amazon website, I have included the link
Here is the reveiw I left on the companies Facebook page!
Do not Buy from this Seller! They post false quantity numbers and when you wait 2-4 days you will get an email that says you were not billed and you were! Good luck getting a hold of any one who knows or can do anything because the only thing they can do is lie and take your money! Buyer run the other way screaming! HP TouchPad may be your companies downfall, as well as poor customer service!
More to come as I am still waiting on my refund!
FINAL UPDATE! I was issued a full refund.. Still not planning on buying from onSale
Monday, 15 August 2011 09:24
I was gandering around engadget.com and found this article that i thought would be good to share, apparently intel has been hiding the fact that some systems have features that are on all their chips. You think when you are buying a cheaper laptop that you are getting something that is different but apparently you just have to tweek some settings and bam more power.
Here is the article.
Tuesday, 22 February 2011 10:28Here is the article.
I think that I would have said what is your debit card pin and walked out. As you know, none of the stuff that is on face book is truely private. And the government can get the info if they really needed it. This is an abuse of power and should totally not be tollerated.