Wow, where do I start! Talk about something too good to be true. In my extensive research for a new Digial SLR, I came across this website with, by far, the lowest prices. I ordered a Canon Rebel XSi online. Within 30 minutes, I was contacted by phone. They wanted a credit card CCV security code. After providing the information to continue the transaction, a "used car salesman" wanted to sell me a $149.99 battery, because the one that was included in my "deal" was only a 20 minute/temporary battery. I declined, but then was offered some memory cards for $200.00. After many denials, I told him that I wanted the camera as advertised. The salesman said, "Well, that's the Japanese model and it won't be in for 4-6 weeks" and he hung up. I called back and asked him if I ordered the extra items, if he could send it immediately and he said, "yes." Baffled, amazed, and confused, I told them to cancel the order. I am also looking at my credit card statement closely for charges that I didn't make. What a shady operation!
By the way, www.thecameraprofessionals.com operate the same exact way!
If a price is too good to be true - it's just that!