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Olin Ross Entertainment / False advertising

1 Battle Creek, MI, United States Review updated:

January 2009
Bridgeport, wv

My husband went to walmart and two white men in a white van with pa lisence plates approached him. They told him that they deliver home stereo systems, olin ross or6050, and when they left the warehouse they realized that the warehouse unknowingly gave them too many, so they were trying to sell them. My husband asked how much and the men told him $700 because the system was worth $2500. My husband told them no that he did not have that much money on him, so he got in his car and started to leave the parking lot. He noticed the two men behind him waving him to pull over. The men asked my husband how much money he would be willing to pay. My husband said he would give them $200, because the men did show him the magazine with the pricing information and their actual id's. The men accepted the deal, took the money, and continued scamming everyone else at walmart. My poor husband was so excited about the deal that he just got, but when we opened the box we realized the system was not wireless and had no guide on hooking it up to the tv. At this point i had a feeling that he had been scammed, but i went online anyway hoping to find an instructional manual on how to hook it up. The only thing i found was how everyone else had been scammed just like my husband!!!

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  • Ax
      5th of Feb, 2009
    0 Votes

    same story here, but i have the two guys $220, i live in kentucky, if i ever find them, i'll make them pay.

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