One month ago I purchased a handgun from a website dba GunBroker.com The sell actually went to a dba website Barrels and Arrows in Marshall, MN. My purchase was made in full on July 13,2020 and still I've received no firearm? Contacting GunBroker.com was totally a waste of time, as they did not respond one time. Obviously after the sell is completed they wash there hands of any contact with the consumer. After contact with Barrels and Arrows, they were very apologetic, but this didn't solve the issue of the missing handgun? Barrels and Arrows laid blame on the USPS, stating that they have lost gun purchases in the past? Four phone calls later and several emails to locate the missing handgun have revealed nothing from Barrels and Arrows? I've been very patient and have waited long enough, now I'm suggesting a full refund of my money. My suggestion to anyone considering purchasing a firearm online, think twice, do your homework, I feel as if this is a total scam. I'm not receiving quality, solid information on the issue and feel as if I've received the run around. Purchase directly from a local gun store in your city or state. Avoid online gun sells. Don't risk your hard earned money. Stay far away from *******@gunbroker.com must be a scam as the website is strange?
Loss of a child will always be a devastating event for any parent. A Los Angeles couple loss their daughter to a shark attack at Sandy Toes Bahamas, the mother stated that the tour operator had no first aid kits, no training for events of this nature. Which is unthinkable. Out of an abundance of caution, the tour boat company could at the very least have their customers wear the same ankle device that surfers wear. Called Shark Banz, it is a deterrent device. In order to keep conflicts from happening while snorkeling? Why aren't the tour boat operators already practicing this safety precaution? Why do they not have basic first aid kits and basic life-saving skills training? This news event would make anyone want to do their homework before embarking on an adventure that can take a wrong turn quickly. Sadly this probably could have been avoided with the use of the Shark Banz.
Theod Simon the owner of cellphonecases.com does not care about your order being correct or a refund for incorrect items. Theod Simon will not refund your money. I highly recommend you use Amazon.com
Theod Simon shipped to me the wrong size cellphone case and a charger with human blood on it inside the packaging. Of course, he will not admit any wrongdoing or take responsibility for his actions or lack thereof. I've waited for over a month for a refund and still haven't received one? He said I never received your returned items and then several weeks later admitted in an email that the items were in fact received, but still no refund. Online business like Cellphonecases.com want your money but do not have customer service or even know what that means. In the United States of America, this kind of business practice should not be allowed to continue, there shall be punishment for wrongdoing. If we allow this sort of bad business to continue it will just worsen. Theod Simon, do the right thing and refund my money. Don't bring bad Karma down upon yourself.