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post #31 of 80 Old 05-23-2017, 07:41 AM
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In researching them a bit more, I've found numerous reports that people's credit cards suddenly get hit with a lot of fraudulent charges after someone buys from here (or tries to). Have either of you who bought from them recently seen any of that?
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I actually purchased a C6 from Ebuy yesterday and paid for the $100 delivery option to have it opened and checked before the driver leaves. I used a credit card that I NEVER use that way if anything pops up on there I will see it right away, and I have protection through my credit card company. They haven't charged or called me yet.
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Just got off the phone with Ebuy. They told me they didn't have the TV in stock I paid for, and they had a "later build date" a 2017 C6 (pretty sure this was a lie) but I got a price anyway, $2399. Not interested in that. They first tried to sell me a 65" B7 for $2700. I also told them I was not interested in that either. So they cancelled my order, others have had some luck but not me.

Figured I would let everyone know!
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Just got off the phone with Ebuy. They told me they didn't have the TV in stock I paid for, and they had a "later build date" a 2017 C6 (pretty sure this was a lie) but I got a price anyway, $2399. Not interested in that. They first tried to sell me a 65" B7 for $2700. I also told them I was not interested in that either. So they cancelled my order, others have had some luck but not me.

Figured I would let everyone know!
The 65 b7 is a smoking deal at 2700. Price matched, I'll have mine for $2200. Even if you only believe the model updates to be minor, the firmware updates are worth it. At some point they will stop updating the 16s, and it may be something you really want. I saved 50 bucks on my yamaha a2050 vs the a2060. The 2060 is getting hlg and dv passthrough and my 2050 isnt. That's the worst 50 bucks I've ever saved.
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Just got off the phone with Ebuy. They told me they didn't have the TV in stock I paid for, and they had a "later build date" a 2017 C6 (pretty sure this was a lie) but I got a price anyway, $2399. Not interested in that. They first tried to sell me a 65" B7 for $2700. I also told them I was not interested in that either. So they cancelled my order, others have had some luck but not me.

Figured I would let everyone know!
The 65 b7 is a smoking deal at 2700. Price matched, I'll have mine for $2200. Even if you only believe the model updates to be minor, the firmware updates are worth it. At some point they will stop updating the 16s, and it may be something you really want. I saved 50 bucks on my yamaha a2050 vs the a2060. The 2060 is getting hlg and dv passthrough and my 2050 isnt. That's the worst 50 bucks I've ever saved.
But the 2016 and 2017 produced C6s use EXACTLY the same firmware. They are essentially the same TV with only minor differences, if any. They are the same model, just produced in different years. They definitely tried to pull a typical bait and switch. You should see no obvious or altering difference between these TVs in different production batches of the same model.

A2050 and A2060 are different models, so naturally can have different firmware.
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But the 2016 and 2017 produced C6s use EXACTLY the same firmware. They are essentially the same TV with only minor differences, if any. They are the same model, just produced in different years. They definitely tried to pull a typical bait and switch. You should see no obvious or altering difference between these TVs in different production batches of the same model.

A2050 and A2060 are different models, so naturally can have different firmware.

Not quite. The a2050 is a 2015 model and the a2060 is a 2016 model. No different than a c6/c7. You cant load a2060 firmware on a a2050, and I'd be suprised if lg was any different.

There are plenty of updates to the 2017 lgs and they arent the same. It depends on whether those updates are significant enough to you.
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But the 2016 and 2017 produced C6s use EXACTLY the same firmware. They are essentially the same TV with only minor differences, if any. They are the same model, just produced in different years. They definitely tried to pull a typical bait and switch. You should see no obvious or altering difference between these TVs in different production batches of the same model.

A2050 and A2060 are different models, so naturally can have different firmware.
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Not quite. The a2050 is a 2015 model and the a2060 is a 2016 model. No different than a c6/c7. You cant load a2060 firmware on a a2050, and I'd be suprised if lg was any different.

There are plenty of updates to the 2017 lgs and they arent the same. It depends on whether those updates are significant enough to you.
@VassagoX is correct - The B6/C6/E6 etc. as 2016 models were still being produced into calendar year 2017. The bait and switch that the cheaper price is for an older model that is out of stock, but they can get you a "better" newer model produced in 2017 (but still a 'x'6 model) is ludicrous. @VassagoX is not making a comparison of C6 vs C7. A C6 regardless of manufacture date of 2016 or 2017 is the same set with the same firmware.

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But the 2016 and 2017 produced C6s use EXACTLY the same firmware. They are essentially the same TV with only minor differences, if any. They are the same model, just produced in different years. They definitely tried to pull a typical bait and switch. You should see no obvious or altering difference between these TVs in different production batches of the same model.

A2050 and A2060 are different models, so naturally can have different firmware.
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Not quite. The a2050 is a 2015 model and the a2060 is a 2016 model. No different than a c6/c7. You cant load a2060 firmware on a a2050, and I'd be suprised if lg was any different.

There are plenty of updates to the 2017 lgs and they arent the same. It depends on whether those updates are significant enough to you.
@VassagoX is correct - The B6/C6/E6 etc. as 2016 models were still being produced into calendar year 2017. The bait and switch that the cheaper price is for an older model that is out of stock, but they can get you a "better" newer model produced in 2017 (but still a 'x'6 model) is ludicrous. @VassagoX is not making a comparison of C6 vs C7. A C6 regardless of manufacture date of 2016 or 2017 is the same set with the same firmware.
Exactly! They tried to sell him a C6 manufactured in 2017 as if it was updated or better in some way than a C6 manufactured in 2016. It's not.
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Exactly! They tried to sell him a C6 manufactured in 2017 as if it was updated or better in some way than a C6 manufactured in 2016. It's not.
Gotcha. I read your post wrong, but think you did mine as well. He was offered a b7 for 2700 and my point is that the 2700 offered for a b7 is a smoking deal. Price matched to 2200, the b7 is worth the cash over the b6 or even the c6. I missed out on a HUGE firmware update on the yamaha over 50 bucks. One of the many reasons I went b7.
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Exactly! They tried to sell him a C6 manufactured in 2017 as if it was updated or better in some way than a C6 manufactured in 2016. It's not.
Gotcha. I read your post wrong, but think you did mine as well. He was offered a b7 for 2700 and my point is that the 2700 offered for a b7 is a smoking deal. Price matched to 2200, the b7 is worth the cash over the b6 or even the c6. I missed out on a HUGE firmware update on the yamaha over 50 bucks. One of the many reasons I went b7.
I didn't read your post wrong. He wasn't interested in the b7.

I wasn't interested in the 7 lineup because of losing 3d, so I went with the e6. Will I possibly lose out on some special update in the future? There's a slim chance, but that's the risk with any electronics buy.
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I didn't read your post wrong. He wasn't interested in the b7.

I wasn't interested in the 7 lineup because of losing 3d, so I went with the e6. Will I possibly lose out on some special update in the future? There's a slim chance, but that's the risk with any electronics buy.
My original point that you missed was that buying a 7 series kept all firmware and features current. I never compared the 6 series 16/17 builds. By quoting my thread, you implied that the difference between the b6 and b7 couldn't be likened to the a2050/a2060 because the yamahas were different models. The difference between the yamahas is no different than the lgs.

For anyone looking for an oled without 3d, buy the b7. Best processor, without a purple screen for the best price. The 65 b7 from ebuy is 2700 and can be pm'd to tvsuperstores 1999. Yours would be 2200.

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I didn't read your post wrong. He wasn't interested in the b7.

I wasn't interested in the 7 lineup because of losing 3d, so I went with the e6. Will I possibly lose out on some special update in the future? There's a slim chance, but that's the risk with any electronics buy.
My original point that you missed was that buying a 7 series kept all firmware and features current. I never compared the 6 series 16/17 builds. By quoting my thread, you implied that the difference between the b6 and b7 couldn't be likened to the a2050/a2060 because the yamahas were different models. The difference between the yamahas is no different than the lgs.

For anyone looking for an oled without 3d, buy the b7. Best processor, without a purple screen for the best price. The 65 b7 from ebuy is 2700 and can be pm'd to tvsuperstores 1999. Yours would be 2200.
I never implied that. You seemed to think I was talking about the different model TVs originally and I never was. He was never interested in the newer model so I never brought it up.
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Absolute scumbags. Sleazy, lying so blatantly, it'd be laughable if it was not so ridiculously dishonest and a total waste of my time.

The "customer service" guy acted surprised that it had not shipped, put me on hold, then a real slimebag came on the line told me that they ship directly from LG and LG "just issued a bulletin" that they don't have any more B6. Just to see what happens, I asked about a couple of other models listed at what should be "gray-market" prices. Of course, they didn't have any of the models with sub-market prices they advertised, but then he moved in to ask me if I would like a great deal on the B7 (which is so, so, so much better than the short panel-life of the B6) for a $1000 more...?

I think it's worth filing a complaint with the BBB and I encourage anyone else who has dealt with EbuyUSA to do so.

They need a few lawsuits out of state for false advertising -- even if these are dismissed, they will still have to defend in the state the suit was filed or lose by default.

How can such scum stay in business? Whatever happened to the honest gray-goods sellers

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I understand the frustration, but you guys are expecting too much from a bait and switch site. The prices online are never to be trusted. Call and get a price on whatever you're looking for. If they tell you a price on the phone, they will sell at that price and you will get a legit product. Their legit prices are hard to beat.
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I understand the frustration, but you guys are expecting too much from a bait and switch site. The prices online are never to be trusted. Call and get a price on whatever you're looking for. If they tell you a price on the phone, they will sell at that price and you will get a legit product. Their legit prices are hard to beat.

LOL! So, Ebuyusa are liars and scammers, but at times someone might actually get a deal from them, if they call and really haggle?!!

A scam like this should not be allowed to operate in a civilized country.
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The input lag is a selling gimmick to get you to pay more for the later build dates. That is fixed via firmware.

If anything, they should be talking about the banding that some users saw. It's my understanding that is the real reason to go for a later model, but not everyone had or noticed those issues. From the other thread it is more likely they will cancel your order.

You didn't specify the size, so if it's a 55E6 $1,900 is attainable on eBay through legit dealers (echo&optics / iElectronica / Beach) and it's not worth dealing with EBuy.
I do not endorse iElectrica to be a legit dealer. They scammed me on a LG 65" E7P, sent me a scratched unit and would not authorize a replacement. Their shipper was horrible to deal with, AM Transport. Be very careful.
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So a few months ago I placed an order with eBuyUSA which sat open basically forever. Knowing the shadiness of this place I used a specific Credit Card with zero balance and one that I was going to close anyway. This card was rarely used any where previous to eBuy USA and hadn't been used for about 2 years before eBuy with no previous issues.

Well, yesterday I got fraud notices from that card for Walmart, Dollar General and a shoe place called DSW. This is a chip card and all purchases were online.

While I can't prove it was this place, it's highly suspect based on my history with this card. The account is obviously now closed and I've informed the CC company where to begin looking.

No harm done to me, but just another reason no one should buy from them and if you have already, watch your statements for fraud
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I do not endorse iElectrica to be a legit dealer. They scammed me on a LG 65" E7P, sent me a scratched unit and would not authorize a replacement. Their shipper was horrible to deal with, AM Transport. Be very careful.
I purchased my 65E7 a couple weeks ago from them dba, FIRSTCLASSTVS on E-bay, received unit sealed with oem packing straps intact, the shippers were great, brought tv in house and tested it. I went in to the menu to see the tv runs hours, 0 build date 7-2017. Paypal had offer of 2 year no interest payoff. The tv is perfect in everyway. https://www.ebay.com/itm/LG-Electron...-/253187873236

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I have a pending order from eBuy for an LG B7 65. Did anyone else other than the 2 post person actually get what you order?

I was told the unit I ordered was an "outsourced model" made by someone else other than LG for LG, vs. a "magnolia model" made by LG. I know that has to be BS, and magnolia is just a brand Best Buy uses.

My unit is in the "DS Queue" status. Thanks!
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I have a pending order from eBuy for an LG B7 65. Did anyone else other than the 2 post person actually get what you order?

I was told the unit I ordered was an "outsourced model" made by someone else other than LG for LG, vs. a "magnolia model" made by LG. I know that has to be BS, and magnolia is just a brand Best Buy uses.

My unit is in the "DS Queue" status. Thanks!
I purchased the same item and received the same story. I purchased about 2 weeks ago. I've talked to them twice. Last week I got that story but said I wanted to stick with my original order for the inferior outsourced model. My order stayed in processing. I talked to them again today and got the same story (I don't think they realized I called before). I still insisted I wanted the inferior model, not the Magnolia. A few hours later my status went from Processing to DS Queue.

I'll be interested to hear if you receive anything. I suspect we won't but maybe we'll be surprised.
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I bought my TV from EbuyUSA. Came thru perfectly. No issues.
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Glad to hear it akmandal. dth122, I purchased elsewhere.
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These guys have some steals on the LG oleds right now. It seems like it's hit or miss on getting them to come through, but calling and at least inquiring about the real price isn't a bad idea?

The c7 65 has been tempting me for months now, I'm not opposed to trying with my Amex and getting the Amex extended warranty.

Should I be concerned about older models, firmwares?
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Which TV did you purchase?. Did you pick up the unit from them or have it ship to you?
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They shipped it Fedex. I bought the 65B7A
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These guys have some steals on the LG oleds right now. It seems like it's hit or miss on getting them to come through, but calling and at least inquiring about the real price isn't a bad idea?

The c7 65 has been tempting me for months now, I'm not opposed to trying with my Amex and getting the Amex extended warranty.

Should I be concerned about older models, firmwares?
It is definitely worth a shot. Just place your order online, and then call them after 1 hour to inquire about the status of your order. They will give some bull**** story about the low quality of the AU OPTRONICS panel. That is complete nonsense, but agree to the "magnolia" model and negotiate the best price you can. Then use your Citi or Discover card to get a price match from one of the other fraud sites.
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These guys have some steals on the LG oleds right now. It seems like it's hit or miss on getting them to come through, but calling and at least inquiring about the real price isn't a bad idea?

The c7 65 has been tempting me for months now, I'm not opposed to trying with my Amex and getting the Amex extended warranty.

Should I be concerned about older models, firmwares?
It is definitely worth a shot. Just place your order online, and then call them after 1 hour to inquire about the status of your order. They will give some bull**** story about the low quality of the AU OPTRONICS panel. That is complete nonsense, but agree to the "magnolia" model and negotiate the best price you can. Then use your Citi or Discover card to get a price match from one of the other fraud sites.
I had been procrastining on the citi double cash for months, so I just applied and was approved. Ill use it over blue cash preferred for the price rewind option.

Hopefully these deals are still around when my card comes. I've screen shotted a few places to help my cause.

What is thr preferred warranty? Squaretrade?
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I had been procrastining on the citi double cash for months, so I just applied and was approved. Ill use it over blue cash preferred for the price rewind option.

Hopefully these deals are still around when my card comes. I've screen shotted a few places to help my cause.

What is thr preferred warranty? Squaretrade?
It is covered by LG warranty. Just register your TV using the method they give you to do it. The Citi automatically adds another year of warranty. Save your money on ST.
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It is covered by LG warranty. Just register your TV using the method they give you to do it. The Citi automatically adds another year of warranty. Save your money on ST.
Ya and I see double cash has 2 years of extended warranty, so I'm good on that front.

Curious to see if ces news has pricing drop more. By that time my card arrives we won't be too far out from the show.

But saving 500$ courtesy of ebuyusa pricing may make it worth it either way.
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It is definitely worth a shot. Just place your order online, and then call them after 1 hour to inquire about the status of your order. They will give some bull**** story about the low quality of the AU OPTRONICS panel. That is complete nonsense, but agree to the "magnolia" model and negotiate the best price you can. Then use your Citi or Discover card to get a price match from one of the other fraud sites.
I purchased the C7P with the AU Optronics panel, is there even such thing? or is this just bull****? I don't see why LG's Supply Chain would sell the same TV with the same model number, but with different panels at a chance to risk customer loyalty.
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