Decor My Eyes / glasses
I wanted to buy my mother a christmas gift and i knew that she wanted a pair of designer glasses. so naturrally, i wanted to buy her some genuine ones, but without the price tag that usually follows. I went searching online for a site that sold designer glasses but was cheaper. I came across a variety of sites but of all of them decormyeyes were the cheapest and promised the fastest delivery. Best of both worlds, right? Wrong. I wne t ahead and placed the order and during the time when it was placed and the time that it should have been delivered to my house, I started to have second thoughts about whether it was genuine. So, I contacted the company first via telephone and couldnt reach a person. Finally, after many attempts I was able to talk to a man that said that his name was Stanley. He explained that even though I had canceled my order, 20% of the price tag would still be deducted from the refund that I would eventually receive. This puzzled me because I had not read any of this before, during, or after the placement. So I called once again and the same voice answered. This too made me realize that the odds of a real company only having one person to answer the phone was highly unlikely. Another clue to allude to the fact that this site was a scam. Thank goodness that prior to the cancellation, I had called my bank and explained the situation. They recommended that I close down the account immediately and get a new credit card number. I took their advice and proceeded to inform this "Stanley" on our next conversation via email. After he was informed about the damper in his plans to cheat me out of my full refund, he sent back a reply email saying that he was glad that I had to go thru all the trouble of getting a new account number. I sent one back telling him to grow up and to look for someone else to cheat out of their money. He sent the email back saying that he had all of my information and would put it all over the web. Does this sound like a rel company would do? Think twice before you give your information out, especially if it sounds too good to be true. It usually is.