Complaint: Saw this advertised on Facebook, saying it was developed by an American ex Forces guy with NASA knowledge. I ignored it for several weeks, then it re emerged with a different advert showing someone immediatly getting instant TV. Almost immediately that I purchased it I received a call from my bank, as they suspected a fraudulent transaction (at this time I didn’t understand why)? I cleared this with them, as I had purchased the item (but the name of the company was different, but correct amount, so I let it go) I bought this and it arrived a few weeks klater from the Netherlands, now I realise why my bank had called! I thought it was coming from inside the UK. I opened the box to find the flimsiest of products and instantly knew I had been duped. There was no way this piece of plastic was going to be a true antenna!! I was right, I tried it on 2 TV’s without success. It says on the FB advert that the channels are picked up instantly! NOT TRUE, you have to plug in, go to sttings, find analogue (no longer used in the UK) and then scan for new programmes! After various attempts I knew I had been conned, and felt like an idiot. In an email recieved from them I did find a return address (?) not sure if it even exists, so will be posting back to the Netherlands, I am not expecting a refund, as I am sure the whole thing is a ripoff!! BE WARNED!!!
Tags: Internet Marketing Companies, Online Stores, Television Parts & Services
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