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post #1 of 52 Old 12-01-2013, 09:53 AM - Thread Starter
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Has anyone ever heard of this company? There are some ridiculously low prices on tv's but I am afraid this is one of those too good to be true cases. They show the 65" VT60 for $1391 http://revelrie.com/index.php?main_page=advanced_search_result&search_in_description=1&zenid=946197b0d4faf7447d74eaa21baf9726&keyword=65vt60&x=59&y=8
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I noticed the same thing while checking it out...they don't take paypal and don't seem to have any of the verified site things that others do
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Better business bureau does not recognize them either.
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Have fun with that rabbit hole (money pit).
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Better business bureau does not recognize them either.

Well let me know if u do it Ozzie
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Still probably too much for me to risk.
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So what did you find out?  I did a look up and got this; Basically they are operating out of Lisboa Portugal, which means were screwed if they are not legit!

 

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Portugal? I think I am out. I figured this was too good to be true.
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Portugal? I think I am out. I figured this was too good to be true.


As they say, if it's to good to be true, it isn't. Now if anyone is interested, I'm selling a bridge in Brooklyn. :eek: 

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As they say, if it's to good to be true, it isn't. Now if anyone is interested, I'm selling a bridge in Brooklyn. eek.gif  

I'm in!! You take checks right?
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Stay away. I tried to checkout (created a secure one time use account number at Discover card). However, they ask you to buy an amazon.com gift card and send it to them. Better luck with that as there is no way to fight the charge as you are effectively bought a valid Amazon.com gift card and give it to some one in portugal.
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I'm in!! You take checks right?


LOL cash only!!!!:D 

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LOL cash only!!!!biggrin.gif  

Sorry, fresh out. I just sent it all to Portugal.
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They are definitely not legit.  I cannot believe that I got suckered in to this one.  Once they redeem your Amazon card you will get a shipping notice, but no shipping tracking number, no delivery company, and they quit responding to any emails.  Stay away or get burnt like I did.  So much for my Cyber Monday deal on a SMART TV!

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They are definitely not legit.  I cannot believe that I got suckered in to this one.  Once they redeem your Amazon card you will get a shipping notice, but no shipping tracking number, no delivery company, and they quit responding to any emails.  Stay away or get burnt like I did.  So much for my Cyber Monday deal on a SMART TV!

Sorry, to hear that!! Thanks for the heads up though! I hope you can find some way to get your money back.
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Yes I ordered a TV from them, went the gift card route. I even sent them email before ordering, they have a very good customer service, responsive. Their web site is excellent, well designed. However it is all a scam. Site is hosted through GoDaddy out of Canada with control through Portugal. It has been in operation for at least 5 years. Once I sent my money, never heard from them again. My bet is that they resell the gift card to anyone who will buy them at 50 cents on the dollar, maybe several transactions to cleans the path then they are all but untraceable. I called Amazon they could not help. Called the Attorney General and they could not help because they did not have a physical address. Buyer beware.

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It is SCAM.  Nothing is shipped to you, and you loose money after buying and forwarding Amazon gift card in a form of payment.  I GOT SCAMMED. DO NOT FOLLOW MY STEPS.

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I'm surprised that people still fall for this stuff all to save a grand on a TV. Just pay the higher price from a trusted source.
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I had a bad experience with them. I attempted to buy a camera from them because they were about $150 cheaper on the camera than everyone else. However, when I went to purchase it, they asked me to get an amazon gift card and forward that receipt to them for processing. They said I could use a debit of credit card but my price would be potentially up to 15% higher than the quoted price because they would have to charge sales tax if a credit or debit card were used. I sent them one e mail, that they did respond to in a couple of days (NOT within the 24 hrs they advertise) . They failed to respond to any other inquires I made, appx 5 more e mails requesting additional information. It appears the old adage, if its too good to be true, it probably is, seems to still ring true. I would avoid them at all costs, it is very fishy. Beyond that, they have NO phone # listed anywhere to be able to talk to a live person. Buyer beware. There are plenty of other legitimate on line retailers that offer goods for a reasonable discount. To me, trying to buy from them is like giving your money away.

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I started to order something, but the ONLY way to pay was with an Amazon gift certificate. There is no indication that his site is legit. Phone numbers and addresses do not check out. No one answered my emails asking for help to redeem my gift certificate.

I was just trying to see if they were real. A real business would answer a customer request on how  to pay.

Now I am seeing many complaints from people who DID pay with Amazon gift certificates and did not get their orders.

 

Please do not buy from them. You will lose your money. The 3 you tube reviews are fake. These people should be in jail.

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I started to order something, but the ONLY way to pay was with an Amazon gift certificate. There is no indication that his site is legit. Phone numbers and addresses do not check out. No one answered my emails asking for help to redeem my gift certificate.
I was just trying to see if they were real. A real business would answer a customer request on how  to pay.
Now I am seeing many complaints from people who DID pay with Amazon gift certificates and did not get their orders.

Please do not buy from them. You will lose your money. The 3 you tube reviews are fake. These people should be in jail.

From what everyone is saying, I agree they probably should be in jail. However; since they are in Portugal good luck with that.

I am glad I started this thread. It didn't take long for me to tell that I should stay away form this company. 3 days ago I actually purchased a 65vt60 from Amazon and I couldn't be more excited. Thank you for everyone's advice and especially those who had already been ripped of by Revelrie.com, I appreciate you coming on here and having the courage to admit you had been ripped off. Regardless of what other people said in this thread, it happens to the best of us. We have all been ripped,off at one time or another, that is the best way to learn and never let it happen again.

Thanks again for everyone's help.
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Okay, listen up, here's the REAL DEAL. I consider myself a pretty intelligent guy; yet, recently I fell for the old that price looks really good 'game'. I purchased a computer through Revelrie.com, was required to pay via purchasing a gift certificate on Amazon, and then forwarding a copy of the gift certificate to Revelrie.com  Within 1 day I received a confirmation of receipt of the GC and was told the item would ship in 2-3 business days. The next email came 2 days later stating the item shipped and would arrive between Dec 10-11. When it did not arrive on time I figured it was due to the holiday rush. After 4 additional days I began to become concerned and initiated emails to Revelrie.com Customer Service, but without any response. After checking more deeply online, I began to see postings (such as mine) stating that people had been scammed. I contacted Amazon and was told that because the transaction was not conducted on the Amazon site there was nothing Amazon could do to assist. They were able to confirm that the GC had been redeemed. My recourse now is to go through my bank or the local PD, neither of which I feel is going to provide an acceptable solution. Bottom line, I just took a Winter Course (no credits) that costs me $1,035.00  I'm not feeling good about it but, my loss was directly related to my eagerness to grab the great deal and not perform due diligence PRIOR to completing the transaction. A very tough and costly lesson but, one that will probably save me lots of $$$$ in the future. REVELRIE.COM is a sure-fire way to lose money. Take it from me, DON'T DO BUSINESS WITH REVELRIE.COM   Have a safe and enjoyable holiday.

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Another I ran across to be leery of: yb home vision

 

Ran up on them searching for best deal on a panny 60st60 and they popped up with a price of 999.00 on a 60ST50

 

They advertize taking paypal and the usual cards so I thought it might be worth while to check them out. I ran a fake order through and low and behold the only payment option that came up was a wire transfer.

 

Anyone ever heard of or dealt with them? Not much I can find on them.

 

Just a heads up after reading about this scam.

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I believe this website is a fraud. I purchased a TV on December 1 and I was supposed to have it by December 11 and it has not arrived. I have contacted the company by email four times with no response. I paid using an Amazon gift card and according to Amazon customer service I am out of my money and they cannot help me. 

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Man I am sorry to hear about you guys getting scammed and losing your money but why in the world anyone would fall for having to pay a legit retailer with an amazon gift card or by wire is totally beyond my comprehension.

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Man I am sorry to hear about you guys getting scammed and losing your money but why in the world anyone would fall for having to pay a legit retailer with an amazon gift card or by wire is totally beyond my comprehension.
I have to agree with you on this one. I feel bad for you guys but at the same time I am shocked anyone would go through with such a thing. I hope you guys also don't send your Social Security numbers to those emails that say there was a million dollars that was left in your name and to claim it you need to send them your SS number and your bank account number so they can transfer you the money.
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I now realize that I am guilty of stupidity and I should have done my homework before making this fraudulent purchase on Revelrie.com. However, looking back at the purchase many things ran through my head. For instance, only 2 left was showing under the item. This gave me a sense of urgency as this was a great deal. Also, the paying with an Amazon gift card added a sense of security for me. How would Amazon allow gift cards to be purchased for fraudulent reasons. The direct link to Amazons website made it appear more legitimate. I didn't realize that a gift card purchase could not be tracked and that the person receiving the gift card is protected. Amazon was not allowed to tell me the name of the individual who took my money, nor could they stop the gift card from being used on Amazon to make purchases. This is ridiculous. It both promotes and protects frauds. Has anyone tried to report this to the authorities? I went to the Federal Trade Commission website to file a complaint, but it did not accept it due to a complaint already being filed on Revelrie.com. In all, I'm driven to do something about this and educate others. Finally, in speaking with two Amazon reps, I asked why Amazon customers were not alerted to this fraud and why haven't they placed a caution statement during a gift card purchase. I was told they were taking my suggestion into consideration. Meanwhile, more people are being ripped off. I have been a huge fan of Amazon and promote them to all my friends and family, but this appears like they do not want to take any responsibility for what is occurring on their website. Shopping at my local Walmart is looking more and more appealing to me. 

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Apparently, I've just become another of many, many  victims of this web site to the tune of $830, paid via Amazon gift certificate, as instructed.  I ordered a 60" Panasonic Plasma TV which they told me was shipped "free" on Nov 29, to take 7 to 8 business days to be delivered. This is the 12th day, but no TV. They have refused to respond to four separate e-mails requesting shipping info. The web site is still operational, showing details of my order and indicating the item has shipped, but no details. Manta.com lists revelrie.com as being located at 955 River Rd, New Castle, DE 19720 . They indicate financials were reported by Danny Hiatt, owner, and that the listing is "verified", whatever that means. With the revelrie.com logo being posted with this information, it would seem to be the same people.

 

I can't believe I fell for this scam, as I am always, always, suspect of buying anything via web. Those prices are just so darned enticing, appealing to  my greed, I guess. It's quite an expensive lesson to learn. Even when payment instructions were to pay with a gift certificate purchased at amazon.com, and my intellect told me this was a dangerous thing to do, I completed the transaction....dumb, dumb, dumb! 

 

In doing a pre-purhase web search for complaints about this web-site I found nothing. NOW, I'm finding complaints posted all over the place. Be forewarned, Don't buy! Don't buy! Don't buy!  I've filed a complaint with the DE BBB. I'm in the process of filing a complaint with the DE Attorney General, and intend to pursue this matter as far as I can, even to traveling to Delaware and speaking to the police department and local Prosecuting Attorney. This has to STOP! 

     

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I now realize that I am guilty of stupidity and I should have done my homework before making this fraudulent purchase on Revelrie.com. However, looking back at the purchase many things ran through my head. For instance, only 2 left was showing under the item. This gave me a sense of urgency as this was a great deal. Also, the paying with an Amazon gift card added a sense of security for me. How would Amazon allow gift cards to be purchased for fraudulent reasons. The direct link to Amazons website made it appear more legitimate. I didn't realize that a gift card purchase could not be tracked and that the person receiving the gift card is protected. Amazon was not allowed to tell me the name of the individual who took my money, nor could they stop the gift card from being used on Amazon to make purchases. This is ridiculous. It both promotes and protects frauds. Has anyone tried to report this to the authorities? I went to the Federal Trade Commission website to file a complaint, but it did not accept it due to a complaint already being filed on Revelrie.com. In all, I'm driven to do something about this and educate others. Finally, in speaking with two Amazon reps, I asked why Amazon customers were not alerted to this fraud and why haven't they placed a caution statement during a gift card purchase. I was told they were taking my suggestion into consideration. Meanwhile, more people are being ripped off. I have been a huge fan of Amazon and promote them to all my friends and family, but this appears like they do not want to take any responsibility for what is occurring on their website. Shopping at my local Walmart is looking more and more appealing to me. 
I don't really want to anger you any more then you probably are but to blame Amazon for your own and for a lack of a better word stupidity, doesn't really help your case but sounds like you just need someone else to blame besides yourself. What legitement store on this planet let's you purchase an item with a gift card from another retailer. I can't believe people would actually fall for this and it is almost unbelievable to be reading a thread that we actually need to warn people from sending someone a gift card to purchase a TV at a crazy discounted price.
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