My wife purchased a glove box door (on e-bay) for my 1963 Corvette from CNV. The picture on e-bay showed a slight scratch on the clear plastic face of the door (the text described it as a “crack”.) When the door arrived, it wasn’t scratched or cracked, it was 100% broken clean through – quite different from the picture. When she protested to Pete Ciadella, the proprietor, he e-mailed her a completely different picture and claimed that she got exactly what she bargained for. After some additional badgering, Pete agreed to a credit if we returned the door. A credit is unacceptable, I will not be dealing with these people again – Pete Ciadella has taken to calling me “tough guy” and will not negotiate or even return e-mails. I have complained to the BBB and I shall post this complaint on E-bay. Pete and CNV add new dimensions to the term “Caveat Emptor” (let the buyer beware.) Bob Hayden, IdahoU.S.A.
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