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Old 24 September 2020, 04:18   #21
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looks like amigakit just does not want to take responsibility and just play the blame game. I'll never buy from them again and people need to know that buying from them is Russian roulette and their support is horrible.
Are you incapable of reading??????

I asked you once before. WHY did you claim you bought £150 worth of goods from Amigakit when by your OWN admittance, you didn't buy anything close to that?

Personally, I think Amigakit are mugs if they send you more stuff.

They've proved they sent it, the reason you didn't get it was because you thought you'd play clever with the customs people and it looks like you got caught.

You made a claim about £150, and now you need to back it up.
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Old 24 September 2020, 09:29   #22
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Are you incapable of reading??????

I asked you once before. WHY did you claim you bought £150 worth of goods from Amigakit when by your OWN admittance, you didn't buy anything close to that?

Personally, I think Amigakit are mugs if they send you more stuff.

They've proved they sent it, the reason you didn't get it was because you thought you'd play clever with the customs people and it looks like you got caught.

You made a claim about £150, and now you need to back it up.

I agree with Galahad. Amigakit do not need to send anything. The buyer opted for the none tracked option. AK have proof of delivery. There are many happy AK customers here including myself
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Old 24 September 2020, 12:03   #23
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I smell a scam here.

I've always recieved what I ordered.

Amigakit, don't send him anything.
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Old 08 October 2020, 12:44   #24
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Some good news;

I bought a SCSI2SD on the 5th oct, it arrived on the 8th oct.
Well done Amigakit, pat on the back.
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Old 08 October 2020, 16:47   #25
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Maybe the title of this thread should be modified, it's not nice for the company to have its name associated with "ripoff", especially after seeing how the thread has evolved...
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Old 08 October 2020, 16:49   #26
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Quite true, so far I've never had them fail to deliver. Granted, I did need to e-mail them once about a package being stuck on "pending", but everything always eventually arrived as ordered.
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Old 08 October 2020, 18:26   #27
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Maybe the title of this thread should be modified, it's not nice for the company to have its name associated with "ripoff", especially after seeing how the thread has evolved...
jcgeuze has not posted about what happened in the end. Yet, Amigakit have shown their goodwill through their posts, so I guess a slight change should indeed happen until jcgeuze answers.
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Old 08 November 2020, 19:10   #28
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Are you incapable of reading??????

I asked you once before. WHY did you claim you bought £150 worth of goods from Amigakit when by your OWN admittance, you didn't buy anything close to that?
Might have been £150 including the import duty...
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Old 08 November 2020, 19:12   #29
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Might have been £150 including the import duty...
Nope.

Separately charged when it enters destination country
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Old 08 November 2020, 23:48   #30
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Might have been £150 including the import duty...
Yes he wouldn`t of know that value ( customs value ) if a: he`d already received it or b: Was notified by customs that`s the case. Either way.. he would of known
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Old 11 November 2020, 06:31   #31
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I stand with Amigakit, never myself had issues with ordering there, and the one who complains clearly has his credibility ruined already by lying at the start.
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