Denim411.com - I would recommend staying away from them!

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camerasandmore541
Posts: 6
Joined: 07 May 08
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3 Oct 08 05:52:14 am
I placed an order in July and never received any product, but I did notice that they were happy to charge my credit card for $719.00. I would recommend staying away from these folks!

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piano1990
Posts: 24
Joined: 28 Aug 08
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3 Oct 08 03:15:10 pm
Here's a complete info on the person who registered the domain. It may not be the owner of the business but it's a good start. Got it from Link hidden: Login to view. This site introduced by Jimmy is a D*mn good site. Maybe you can ring them up and complain. Cheers.

Registrant:
denim411
49 North Washington Street
Tarrytown, New York 10591
United States

Domain Name: DENIM411.COM
Created on: 20-Mar-06
Expires on: 20-Mar-09
Last Updated on: 04-Jan-08

Administrative Contact:
Molina, Henry
denim411
49 North Washington Street
Tarrytown, New York 10591
United States
9145574288

Technical Contact:
Molina, Henry
denim411
49 North Washington Street
Tarrytown, New York 10591
United States
9145574288

Domain servers in listed order:
NS07.DOMAINCONTROL.COM
NS08.DOMAINCONTROL.COM

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camerasandmore541
Posts: 6
Joined: 07 May 08
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3 Oct 08 11:01:24 pm
I actually placed the order with the owner, and this is the result. I have left no fewer than 10 voicemails with no response from anyone there. It may be a d'mn good site, but the service is questionable. They actually stopped answering the phone AFTER they got my credit card information. Kinda fishy, don't you think?! There is also a report of a similar incident listed on ripoff report.com.

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planes
Posts: 839
Joined: 19 Jul 07
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7 Jan 09 06:13:18 am
I actually placed the order with the owner, and this is the result. I have left no fewer than 10 voicemails with no response from anyone there. It may be a d'mn good site, but the service is questionable. They actually stopped answering the phone AFTER they got my credit card information. Kinda fishy, don't you think?! There is also a report of a similar incident listed on ripoff report.com.



Be a little bit more proactive. File a police report in their town. File a report with the Attorney General of their state. The send a copy of such to them.

And of course, file a claim with your CC provider.

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grboutique
Posts: 289
Joined: 06 Dec 06
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7 Jan 09 06:16:39 am
I agree with planes, just file a chargeback. Tell your credit card issuer that you never receive what you paid for.

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