Nikon D700price is below average

Review updated:

Can you investigate Sky Point Digital because they are selling the Nikon D3x for just $4, 799 when in normally sells between $6, 000 to $8, 000.

Sort by: UpDate | Rating


  • Jo
      Jan 25, 2010

    The newest bait and switch website on the Internet is SkyPointDigital, aka sky point digital. The domain was created on June 29, 2009 – see here. Don’t be fooled by their low prices. Take a look at their site and use your better judgment…stay away. They’ve deliberately omitted contact information, background information about their company, hours, an address, and anything else that could possibly track them down. However, I was able to search some of the language on their website (I’m not posting it here, as they monitor my site), and the ONLY other site on the entire Internet that had the exact same language was Bingo Cameras, aka Sonic Cameras, aka Highpointcameras. Read the reviews here. Check out Sonic Cameras’ reviews here. Bingo/Sonic Cameras are absolute bait and switch enterprise. There is information that they are operated by the same shady characters behind Sonic Cameras, which had agreed to cease operations rather than face the wrath of the State of New York’s Attorney General’s Office.

    They haven’t in fact gone away, and they apparently think that they can continue to operate their scam. They can’t. I’ll keep uncovering their operations, and please send me any invoices/billing information/contact information, including address and alternative phone numbers, to dave.[protected] I need their return address in order to forward the information to the NY AG.

    Update: They are now showing up on resellerratings. Link. Here's a recent summary of one customer's horrible experience. Here's another. Per the Better Business Bureau, they are operated by the same people that ran Bingo Cameras, a website conducting consumer fraud. Read the BBB report here.
    Checkout below link

    0 Votes

Post your comment