- From: "David RL Gärtner, RMT" <derbarbier@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 25 Jul 2006 17:28:19 GMT
On 25 Jul 2006 09:16:50 -0700, nolaw55@xxxxxxxxxxx choked out
David RL Gärtner, RMT wrote:
On 24 Jul 2006 15:34:10 -0700, nolaw55@xxxxxxxxxxx choked out
I ordered from www.fragrancenet.com and received an imitation perfume
as a gift - the recipient of the gift (who has worn this perfume for 20
years) embarrassingly informed me of the blunder. I emailed them last
week and I have yet to receive a reply - just passing on my experiences.
isn't that one of the companies that spammed us? why would you
buy anything from a spammer? do you like being ripped off?
ps: sorry that happened to you. but if you buy from spammers,
you'll have to expect things like this to happen. and don't
expect to see your money ever again. or an authentic product.
Do I like being ripped off? Do you like asking stupid questions? I
hadn't a clue that this was a spammer - I researched the domain name
prior to purchasing and didn't see any negative data which is why I
added something of value on the Internet, unlike yourself.
ok, i take it back. i'm not sorry that happened to you. i'm
glad you got ripped off. serves you right.
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