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    Ext User(geoff) Guest

    Newegg

    I ordered some items from Newegg and noticed that one item is coming from a
    reseller. I tried resellers on Amazon and generally (99.9% of the time) had
    bad experiences. I learned that if Amazon isn't sending it then order it a
    different way. The resellers on Newegg are also on Amazon.

    Newegg also outsources its cell phone business. All very disappointing ...
    but I guess the good times can't go on forever.


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    Ext User(VanguardLH) Guest

    Re: Newegg

    geoff wrote:

    > I ordered some items from Newegg and noticed that one item is coming from a
    > reseller. I tried resellers on Amazon and generally (99.9% of the time) had
    > bad experiences. I learned that if Amazon isn't sending it then order it a
    > different way. The resellers on Newegg are also on Amazon.
    >
    > Newegg also outsources its cell phone business. All very disappointing ...
    > but I guess the good times can't go on forever.


    When searching at Newegg, I always select the option to only show items
    that Newegg sells. If I wanted to find someone else selling the item
    then I'd go somewhere else. When I go to Newegg, I want to buy from
    Newegg and deal only with them.

    If the item doesn't come from Newegg, you aren't covered by their return
    policies. I was about to buy something from Newegg a few months back
    but noticed it came from another vendor, not Newegg. I didn't think
    much of it except I noticed in the reviews that users noted that returns
    had to be dealt with the other vendor, not Newegg.

    Be careful at Walmart's site, too. They also sell stuff from other
    venders and similarly you'll have return problems.

  3. #3
    Ext User(geoff) Guest

    Re: Newegg

    > you'll have return problems.

    I ordered a book from Amazon one time and a reseller sent me a used book but
    charged the new book price. I sent the book back and after a lot of back
    and forth, Amazon finally refunded my money. The reseller closed then
    opened again under a slightly different name.

    The item item I ordered from Newegg is $7, so, I've written it off.
    Assuming it even arrives, it'll probably be broken. The reseller model is a
    nice scam for the resellers.




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    Ext User(Charlie Hoffpauir) Guest

    Re: Newegg

    On Fri, 27 Sep 2013 11:00:20 -0400, "geoff" <nospam@nospam.com> wrote:

    >> you'll have return problems.

    >
    >I ordered a book from Amazon one time and a reseller sent me a used book but
    >charged the new book price. I sent the book back and after a lot of back
    >and forth, Amazon finally refunded my money. The reseller closed then
    >opened again under a slightly different name.
    >
    >The item item I ordered from Newegg is $7, so, I've written it off.
    >Assuming it even arrives, it'll probably be broken. The reseller model is a
    >nice scam for the resellers.
    >
    >

    I've had the opposite experience with Amazon resellers, having
    returned several items without any problem (other than paying for
    shipping back). The most expensive item was the screen for a Motorola
    smart phone, which I bought but couldn't install, and returned, which
    was promptly refunded.

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    Ext User(Loren Pechtel) Guest

    Re: Newegg

    On Fri, 27 Sep 2013 13:32:49 -0500, Charlie Hoffpauir
    <invalid@invalid.com> wrote:

    >I've had the opposite experience with Amazon resellers, having
    >returned several items without any problem (other than paying for
    >shipping back). The most expensive item was the screen for a Motorola
    >smart phone, which I bought but couldn't install, and returned, which
    >was promptly refunded.


    I've had only two bad experiences with resellers on Amazon.

    In the first case I don't think they knew about the problem. I
    specifically asked about the different appearance and was assured it
    was nothing but a packaging change. Nope--the company that produced
    it also nerfed the product when they changed the packaging. I would
    have been happy with them simply taking it back and paying the return
    shipping, they wouldn't agree and Amazon sided with me.

    The second is currently ongoing--the company that "produced" (the name
    on it, there's an outsourced supplier) it was unaware that the latest
    version appears not to be compatible with XP. They have managed to
    reproduce the failure with hardware in their own office and are
    dealing with the supplier who says it works with XP. Since they seem
    to be trying to solve the problem I'm giving them a chance to before
    returning it.

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    Ext User(Flasherly) Guest

    Re: Newegg

    On Fri, 27 Sep 2013 10:08:25 -0400, "geoff" <nospam@nospam.com> wrote:

    > All very disappointing ...
    >but I guess the good times can't go on forever.


    Love my plug-in Induction StoveTop NewEgg plates. Updates to the pots
    and pans, lots more stainless steel, including a SS pressure cooker.
    And, it all began with a third/half off, at $50US, and a NewEgg link
    transposed into Singapore;- something nice in comparative magnitudes
    of thousands of dollars for an American "no jobber" brandname, by way
    of integrated Induction stovetop updates.

    Sent several out as gifts to people, matter of fact, to give them a
    taste of nifty/neato technology (some didn't even "get it," induction,
    until I'd explain/show what those upscale marketed American brandnames
    were going for.)

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