Technology 2000 Unlimited

Technology 2000 Unlimited Review

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Published: 14 January 2019

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I was at the Texas Home and Garden Show, and I saw a presentation for a machine that made salsa. It looked pretty cool, like a Mandolin and a food processor all in one. The guy who demonstrated it said it could be found online for $39.99, but with him, we wouldn’t have to pay delivery. I was sold on it, and bought two. When I gave my credit card to the girl at the booth, she swiped it and slid it underneath some of the plastic bags. (I didn’t think anything of it at the time.) After I signed the credit card receipt, I gave it back to her and she handed me the products. I asked her for my credit card back, and she acted confused. She asked, “Didn’t I give it back to you?” I looked through my wallet just to check, and said no. I looked at the bags and could see my credit card (which was dark) under the first couple of bags (which were white) on the stack. I took the high road and left with my products, and didn’t notice at the time that she didn’t give me my copy of the receipt. I went to another part of the floor to check the prices, and found that it was selling for less than half of what I paid for each. I went back and told him I wanted to return them. He said it was no problem, he just needed to see my receipt. While I was looking for it, he tried to make me look like a cheapskate and intimidate me into keeping the products. I couldn’t find it, and told him I didn’t think I got it in the first place. (I guess he thought he could get me to keep them if I didn’t find it.) After getting in my face several times and badgering me for 10 minutes straight, I told him I didn’t need to give him my receipt (which I never received in the first place) and that he could use his own receipt to process the refund. I can’t believe how unprofessional this man was, and I’m pretty sure the girl with him was trying to steal my card. Shady operations like this should never be allowed in trade shows; they give the honest vendors a bad name. .

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