BuyLotz LiquidationsBuylotz is a middleman running serious scam
I am an experienced customer and have dealt with truckloads of overstocks for whole of my life. It has been more than 25 years that I have been in the same business and I know when a company is faking its legitimacy. For some, I may seem novice and they would think I may have misunderstood things. They will go on and do business with Buylotz Liquidations . But, it would only lead to another scam.
Samuel Pires is the person with whom I did business few months back. You would be shocked to know that this person scammed me of 25000 dollars at once and it was so easy for him to get away with that. This lucidly specifies that he masters the art of deception. He has been doing it since long and the problem was created not by mistake but by intention.
If you are also into overstock salvage business, you must read this carefully. Or else, you would find yourself trapped with this scam business. To start with, Buylotz is not a direct company. However, it is a middleman who sells the items of other companies. While this may not question their credibility, but the way they are running their business would.
Buylotz is involved in misrepresenting their item’s quality and listings. While the other business with whom Buylotz works with would advertise the truckload as damaged return with less pricing, Buylotz would sell it as new shelf pulls to make the extra money out of his scam. So, if you see a shelf pull label, you get the understanding that the merchandise is brand new. And, you would not have the problem in paying more money for the items that are actually damaged.
When I received the truck, I found that the items were damaged and the money I paid for was all went for a toss. This guy is clever and a lot shrewd. He would never take the blame for mistakes he would make.
After receiving the merchandise, I called Samuel thinking that he would have any solution for this. But I was wrong. The planning went well, and he was not ready to take that back. This man told me that I was lying. He said that I was the one who wanted to scam him. When I told him that I would go to higher authorities, he said that he would pay me some discounts on the next order.
I was not ready to take that chance. I rejected the offer. This man said that what happened was a part of the business and God would take care of the rest. I do not think this person believes in god or else, he would not have planned such a scam on me and many others.
You must look around for better choices. I have ordered from so many businesses, but never had an experience that Buylotz led me through. This is a scam company and nothing else. These are middlemen looking for some quick profit and neglecting the customer’s satisfaction completely.