Chinagrabber, apadtv, orphan electronics

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  1. xaueious

    xaueious Administrator Staff Member

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    Since we did not have a thread on this vendor yet, we will talk about them here.

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    xaueious Administrator Staff Member

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    Quote 06-30-2010 05:08 PM joshua.lyon

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    Androidtablets.net internal notes
    This outfit has been banned from AndroidTablets.net for spam, including but not limited to:
    user impersonation
    spreading of false specifications
    direct links to product pages
    solicitation

    On their webpages, their listings are known to have misleading of false specifications for numerous Android tablets.
    On their web forum, they have been witnessed to squelch and restrict users from speaking negatively about their products or their business practices

    August 2001
    They are also perpetrators of faking the specifications of the Zenithink ZT180, specifically for subsequent attempts to sabotage conversations and spread misinformation across various popular Android forums including Androidtablets.net.

    April 2011
    Their product pages took part in the product specification scam of the M7003B device powered by Renesas EV2. Their listings show keywords of Tegra 2 instead.
     
  3. GeorgeVW

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    Wish I'd read this before I ordered a replacement touchscreen from them. It arrived broken in half because they packed it so poorly and didn't mark "Fragile" anywhere on the package (it's still sealed in the original wrapping). I contacted them for a DOA RMA and they told me to pay half the cost of the replacement for them to ship another one with no guarantee it won't arrive as scrap. Avoid them like the plague!
     
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    I bought a FacePad from CG, unfortunately. When the pad wouldn't work, I received the only reply I've gotten about anything, which told me to go to ******** forums for warranty requests! Good luck with that! Some of the members at that "forum" treat you like dirt if you have any questions regarding problems with a CG product. NO help at all! I have a 10" paperweight at this point because CG will not respond to my request for warranty ship locations. Save yourself some money and just get a Galaxy Tab, either size, or equivalent, from an American carrier. You'll be better off from a performance standpoint and save yourself a LOT of aggravation and cussing!

    BTW, everything I have read, so far, on this forum is straight up.
     
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    wished i had seen this before i had bought 1 i have had so many problem with there po41 and no response at all they are over every webpage for conning people
    take a look at this link signin and see what a bad business it si
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    P041 Flytouch 3 is Fake - New Sawee10 Flytouch3 Clone! - Android Forums
     

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