Failure to provide promised refund
Returned a product to them. They said they'd check it out and if truly faulty would refund the product cost and postage. Took a long while to get product refund, and then over a month for them to respond on the postage cost refund. They said ok, and that the refund was booked to be processed. But over a week later, it's still not through and again they're not responding to emails. NEVER do business with this mob again.
Refused to replace item. Issued refund then told us to rebuy item at $250 higher price.
Bought a TP Link AX6000 wifi router. Item had niggling problems from the start, but after one of the ports went, and a few months later the router stopped working it was time to claim on the manufacturer’s 3 Year warranty. TP Link issued an RMA, and told us to contact the seller. Seller was issued with their own RMA and we have email confirmation going both ways that a replacement item was what we we wanted. Item was shipped (at our expense ($30)) to seller.
With no communication from Shallothead/Shopping Express, a refund was issued. Seller h...as stock of this item and is still selling them on Ebay and through their Shopping Express online store. When we contacted the seller we were told to repurchase the item if we wanted a new one. The item is now $250 more expense than when we bought it. At present the manufacturer is pointing at the seller. We will be approaching consumer affairs next. This is a blatant attempt to make an additional $250 off us, not including the postage we had to wear to return the item to them.
Worst place to ever go shopping online for Computer parts
Guys, Spoiler Alert on shoppingexpress.com.au. One of the worst online shopping stores for Computer spares i have worked with. I have had an SSD fail on my SkullNUC - which is under warranty. They keep passing the buck around between reps and never provide a response. Send them emails on firstname.lastname@example.org and they claim they never receive our emails. Ask to escalate and they have no other email - just one email which is email@example.com
Absolute disaster working with these guys. I would not recommend them and would advice anyone shopping online for computer or gaming parts to stay clear/away from these guys.
Horrible company/customer service
Bought a misting fan from these guys a while back it stopped working after about a month.
They said at first yes we will send you a new one just discard of the old one.... Well I did and then a week after I did they said they needed it returned to be able to replace it.
Needless to say it was already gone. Even with the proof of the email saying dispose of it they refused to do anything.
Deleted account and moving on.
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Crap Customer Service
Our item was faulty but they refuse to refund our postage cost; if the item is faulty we should get a full refund of our costs. More reputable retailers around.
Customer service useless
Wont ever reply and help with a problem i have, they just said to me to stop replying as i was not going to receive any refund. Waste of time
Questions & Answers
I saw a good laptop with a good price, however, I am not sure whether to order from this website, due to the mixed reviews. Could someone tell me whether I should order from this website or not?
James, We are still waiting for our desktops we paid for last week?!. We promised delivery Yesterday/Monday 06/07/2020 and you have not responded to phone calls or emails.
Shocking customer services.
How did you go on with this SWCT ? I also have nasty experience with this bot called James. At least the email look like coming from a bot, not a person.
Is there any possibility of any connection, association, affiliation, or common antecedents between Shopping Express and a company called Shoppingsquare?
They appear to operate from the same general area of Sydney, close to the same suburb it seems?
They have similar selling formats, sell the same type of goods, advertise goods "in stock" when the goods are "not in stock". Both engage in heavy "spam" type advertising, and certainly appear to treat customers in the same way.
I am not suggesting that they have any real connection, but because of the unfortunate similarities in location and operating methods, I am just asking if any one has any evidence to suggest that a connection is a possibility.
It would be an unfortunate coincidence if we have two separate, unrelated, on line organisations, marketing the same type of goods and who have evolved at the same time and place, and with the same or very similar attitudes to advertising, delivery and customer support.
Don't know about Shopping Square but I have been to Shopping Express premises in Botany Road, Alexandria concerning a non delivery and they are associated with KS Computers at Auburn, Sydney, NSW. I was given the goods by Shopping Express but the invoice said "KS Computers". Recently I ordered some SD cards from KS Computers, and received delivery notification from "Shallothead" and the goods were delivered by Shopping Express. I have bought several items from both companies without any problems.
Interesting that these clowns are associated with KS computers. I ordered a hard drive from KS, thinking that it was in stock. What they actually meant was, it was in stock with their suppliers. Once the suppliers delivered it to them, they would deliver it to me. It toik a lot longer that I had hoped. Both companies are on my naughty list now.
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