Help! too good to be true?

Discussion in 'Photography Equipment & Products' started by voodoo_child, Sep 26, 2006.

  1. voodoo_child

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    Excuse my harshness, but isn't it common sense that it's too good to be true?
     
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    I've heard horror stories about these types of compaines they bait you in and then fed you all these lines about things being out of stock an additional charges. I bet its located in NY somewhere right? Stay away as Jeazy said things that are too good to be true are. Especially if its an internet company. If you went into a store and found that deal and could hold the camera in your hands and take some shots I would go for it aside from that just go to B&H or Adorama or a local store
     
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    That place does not have any ratings at www.resellerratings.com
    that makes me think it's very newly started up. There is a good chance that it was some other shady store that changed it's name to get away from all the bad ratings it had. Or maybe they have great introductory prices...

    Unless I could find someone who says good things about the place...I would avoid it. There are just too many of these scammers around.

    If it's too good to be true...it probably is.

    I clicked the check-out at that site...and this is what it said...
     

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