This company advertizes TV at discounted prices. I was told that the TV I purchassed did not come with essental equipment because it was a “comercial unit”. The advertisement was for the same part number that is commonly found in stores but that I would have to pay a $350.00 upgrade to get the essental private consumer package. Note when i checked the Samsung website there was no such comercial unit with the same part number, furthermore this company wanted to sell a extended warranty through Samsung but is not an approved Samsung vendor. I thought it odd thet the sale was not processed at the time of the sale, this was due to the heavy use of bait and switch and multipal prices being thrown out trying to confuse the buyer. The site advertised free shipping but the company wanted to switch me to premium shipping for $170.00 then making you feel that you got a deal reduced it to $70.00. This company attempted to process my credit card for more than the advertised price and my bank shut down the card. reasearch has found this company to use several fronts on the internet such as Daxmart.com and East Coast TV. the phone number that the repersentative called on 877-280-9051 was a non working number when I tried to call the salesman back. I had to resort to calling the other number that was on the web site and when I complained I was hung up on. This whole ordeal felt like a trip to a shady used car lot, and the end result i found it better to buy from a reputiatible local retail store.
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