08-01-2017 04:27 PM
So, i ordered an Open Box item, paid through Visa pay - which is VERIFIED and SECURE - only to come home today expecting my new Apple Watch, to find out my shipment was cancelled. When i called Best Buy, after waiting an eternity, the cheerful girl tells me they "think" it was a verification problem. So, why didn't i receive a phone call VERIFYING any problem??? Instead, my order was cancelled and now the item is sold out. She offered a 10% discount. Big deal. So, now Best Buy gets me to pay full whack on an item I originally had a $100 dollar less than retail deal on. Is this how Best Buy gets people to pay more for items, force them to buy brand new??
Unacceptable. And, not even a reasonable explanation or "fix".
08-02-2017 09:25 AM
I'm very sorry to read about the experience you described. Whether your feedback is positive of negative, we, the community team, appreciate your honest feedback.
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