2007 March 22nd, 10:04
Amazon/Wall Street Photo sucks
I had ordered from Amazon, who was acting as a reseller for Wall Street Photo. The ad said that they had the hv20 in stock (a few weeks ago) and of course it did not even exist at that time (in the United States). I wasn't sure how Amazon worked with these vendors, but I then read the reviews for that vendor and they were horrible. People complained of getting repackaged products from Japan with no instructions in English. Others complained of a variety of other problems. I was able to cancel my order because they did not ship it within the stated time frame. I did get all of my money back, so that was good. I suspect that Amazon would be OK if the product is sold through another vendor. CHECK THE REVIEWS FOR THE VENDOR BEFORE ORDERING!!
2007 March 22nd, 10:23
GREAT advice for SURE!!!
This is so wicked really: they hide behind Amazon, but are exactly the same Brooklyn (mostly) vendors that have a 0.1 rating (out of 10!!) on http://resellerratings.com
Archik, do you work for Wall Street Photo?
I don't see their rating here so it makes me suspect:
but here the feedback is so good:
Apparently money can buy anything (even prime spots at Amazon, Google). Want HV20 for $625? No problem Google will get it for you:
This is disgusting....
Yeah, now not sure how bad or good Wall Street Photo is. They might be okay though.
Might be a front for another dealer?
Best to be careful when dealing with these "unknown" companies.
B&H and Adorama are fine though.
anyone can make good feedback on amazon. stick to resellerratings.