Did business with Yesgamers 3-5 times around 4-5 months ago, have transaction records and corresponding CS emails, everything went fine, I have no complaints there. In fact I would say I was overall pleased knowing full well the nature of the Diablo 2 items market. Yesterday, I receive this cheeky email… “Well, now you simply decided to claim a chargeback case after a few months? What is that??! Please be aware that if you decide to pull this through, we will have to share all your personal details with an anti-scammer network so other store owners in all kinds of industries can check their details against the data base before delivering any of your orders. Many stores are part of this, and that would mean that you will be on the black list. So I”m not sure why you decided to submit a chargeback with your bank, but we will make sure to work against it, (my full name) :)” I emailed them back, requesting a claim which should have been in the initial email. Contacted my branch to immediately investigate only to find no such action has been taken on my behalf. The sheer degree of unprofessionalism that goes into immediately threatening a customer for hypothetically enacting an end user RIGHT is mind boggling… Understand that again, this email was received OUT OF THE BLUE. No fact checking or credentialed linking to any claims, just threats of being “black listed”, do business with them at your own risk!!
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