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We have plenty of emails and pictures to show anyone that wants to do business with this company. We got a manifest of products to purchase and Liquidation Links sent us all broken items and half of the things that were not in the manifest they provided us with. They blamed everyone, including the trucking company, but themselves. They maliciously and knowingly sent us items that were cherry picked, old and broken. It has been nothing but a waste of money and time with them and my partner and I will be flying to Canada to press charges against them. Here are some of our correspondence with them:
Sent: Tuesday, October 21, 2008 1 PM
Subject: Re: Fw:
The freight company has nothing to do with this. They couldn't go through each box and remove the battery packs of Xbox 360 and remove the hard drives. The shipment is completely wrong and everything is broken. We need our money wired back asap and we will ship your items back to you. Do the honorable thing and refund us our money back. This is what we have gotten:
56 Xbox (Some of them extremely old)
43 PS2 + 1 box that we didn't go through (since it is a mess with no boxes and cables all over the place)
58 Game Boy (Very Old and broke)
57 DS-R's??? (Old, Old, Old units)
12 Game Cube and 1 box (1 box unopened, but all a mess and broken)
12 PS3 (broken, 20GB, 60GB - NOT PART OF THE MANIFEST as many other items listed here)
24 Xbox 360 (in the boxes without battery packs, hard drives, headsets.... ALL BROKEN)
23 Xbox 360 (without anything, just the consoles BROKEN)
9 Rockband (a complete mess and broken - v4 and v6 is witting in the box)
Now knowing what we got, wire our money back immediately and we will ship all items back to you. We want this to be taken care of today. We have already wasted plenty of time dealing with this mess.
In a message dated 10/21/2008 10 A.M. Pacific Daylight Time, email@example.com writes:
Begin forwarded message:
From: 'Liquidationlinks Inc.'
Date: October 21, 2008 10 AM PDT
To: Mike Lefton
Subject: Re: Fw:
Mike How many total units were in this lot do you have a breakdown? maybe I can take it up with the freight company
Thanks AL Liquidationlinks Inc.
They scammed people and will give false information. Anyone is welcome to contact us at 1-877-358-2747 to get more information about Liquidation Links.
The emails goes on and on. We offer to pay for the shipments and sent their junk back and they start to ignore our calls and now don't even respond to our emails. I will do whatever it takes to make other companies aware so things like this don't happen to them.
Los Angeles, California