I feel sorry for him but we live in a world full of dishonest people. It is shame that some one from his family or his friends didn't take care of his business and didn't inform the customers about this unfortunate and unexpected sad event. Nobody has the right to blame the people who made their payments and never received their $800 item. Who would think that the seller passed away ? Is it stg that you experience very often? I would understand if it was told to me that he passed away and I would let his family or his friends fix it before making these claims. Were you expecting us to say "ok I guess he passed away and I should just give up my $800" after not having any chance to communicate with the company. I sent 6 emails, I tried to get hold with them 8 times on the phone. The phone was disconnected and ther were no reponds to my email. A general information on their web page about this unfortunate event would help us to understand the situation and would not cause all these confusions and misunderstandings.The web page is still open for ordering items and people might still be shopping at the web page at this moment. Would you like to make some spiritual comments about that too?
Don't talk like people who made the claim are mean and disrespectful. Stop talking or making comments before you know the details and stop behaving like you are an angel and the others are evil. It is none of your business to teach us the spiritual values.
I did not "talk like people who made the claim are mean and disrespectful." You
, on the other hand were
disrepectful, but I will get to that in a minute. I said that it was sad that people's minds went straight to the worst-case scenario and assumed that the guy skipped out and took their money. I was referring to your post in an indirect manner. I do not object to members asking around about a vendor and if there was anyone else in the same boat. Hell, I'd do the same thing. I also never said that filing a dispute was the wrong thing to do. Filing a dispute with the CC company is the only course of action in a case like this. Calling his business a "scam" and a "fraud" is a different matter entirely.
take exception to folks like you, who throw around words like you did without having all of the facts. You joined our community two days ago with ostensibly one purpose: to disparage a vendor. Cartronics was not
a fly-by-night outfit and had been providing specialized solutions to our community for at least five years.
Imagine the guy had a heart attack and he survived. I am sure he would take exception to you going onto an enthusiast forum and saying things like:
BECAREFUL WITH THEM. IT IS FRAUD AND SCAM !
I ALREADY FILLED OUT SCAM REPORT FOR THEM.
Last but not least, on 3/13 (11 days after your order), you left this little gem on ripoffreport:
CARTRONICS ATLANTA INCARTRONICS.COM, ITRONICS CARTRONICS IS SCAM ! IT IS A FRAUD ! AFTER YOU GET CHARGED, YOU SHALL NOT RECEIVE YOUR ITEM ! Atlanta, Georgia
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CARTRONICS IS A SCAM. YOU WILL NEVER RECEIVE YOUR ITEM. NO RESPOND TO YOUR PHONE CALLS OR YOUR EMAILS. IT IS A FRAUD !
I ordered itronics for my ML350 and I was told that I was going to receive it in a week and the item never showed up. I just disputed the charge at my credit card and hopefully I will get my money back. It is a scam ! And I am not the only one.
Hell, he might have even hired a lawyer. I admittedly am not familiar with the intracacies of slander or libel law, but I think you, at best, were skating on the edge of comitting an act that could have been pursued in civil court had the proprietor survived.
It is shame that some one from his family or his friends didn't take care of his business and didn't inform the customers about this unfortunate and unexpected sad event.
I live in CA. My family lives in MO and PA. If I died, I doubt any member of my family would be able to "take care of business" on my behalf even if they wanted to. As a courtesy to the family, I have notified the host of his website so they may make the appropriate contacts and suspend the site if no one else will be taking over.
A general information on their web page about this unfortunate event would help us to understand the situation and would not cause all these confusions and misunderstandings.
Hopefully the host of his website will be able to do this sometime soon.
You were the only one who posted slanderous comments, so if it appears that I am speaking just to you, you'd be correct. Bryan isn't here to defend himself or the reputation of his company, so I will.
Bryan Scott Adams died on March 8th, 2012 at the age of 46. He leaves behind a wife and 13 year-old son. Here
is his obituary, if you'd care to have a look.