Geek.com, Wish.com, they were both together when I started dealing with them, now they are separate it seems. But they are both rip-off companies, not really any different. They really pull some fast ones while you’re shopping. They have a price on something like a pair of shoes, say $30.00, but when you order a specific size the price jumps up $5.00 or $10.00 to $35.00 or $40.00 plus the shipping. Here’s another way they nail you for more money. Let’s say something was $2.00 a package plus shipping of $1.00. If you add three or four pieces the price will jump to $3.00 or $4.00 a package plus a $1.00 each for shipping. So instead of paying $8.00 for four packages plus shipping you’d be paying $12.00 or more dollars. The other thing I don’t like about them is that they have and keep your credit card information; so they can and apparently to other posts, withdraw more money from your accounts, either credit card or checking accounts. And if they ever get hacked, you’re in real trouble then. Better not to order from them at all. I would not trust them for one second. They have too many ways of getting more of your money without you realizing it. I started to see what was going on when I started to place a second order with them, then I canceled it once I caught on to all the things they were doing to increase the price once you clicked on ORDER. An order that should have been about $70.00 came in at $115.00 with the games they play and it wasn’t what I ordered. Things come in not sized correctly or the wrong color as well. It is a mess, and you start getting packages a month later for over a month or more. BEWARE! It’s not lousy customer service, there is no customer service!
This review (Geek.com Review) was originally published at Skeptic Files.
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