Camping Station - RIPPED OF MY $90.00 BY NO REFUND ON RETURN OF BOTH WRONG ITEM SENT

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I ORDERED a COMFORTABLE FABRIC COVERED, CAMO COLORED, AUTO-INFLATABLE LIFE JACKET (full size) by item number listed with picture and description as advertised on their website - I received something much different! i RECEIVED a MANUAL-BLOW UP BRIGHT YELLOW, CHEAP RUBBER, WORN AT THE WAIST IN A CAMO POUCH, FOR EMERGENCY USE ONLY LIFE JACKET WITH WHISTLE!

I called and reported wrong item sent, giving full description of advertised item including the link location of advertisement from their own website, they said they would send correct item and a return label. THEY SENT THE SAME FXXXXXX THING AGAIN now I had two *** items for my money, I called again as well as sending an email with my order form, receipt, snapshot of their own advertised item I ordered, a photo of both grossly incorrect items I received and was told "there is a mistake on our website and they do not sell the one I actually ordered REALLY??? Item was photographed front,back and side view, fully described on their website at a set price with an item number and a "add to cart" button yet they do not sell it???? I sent BOTH INCORRECT ITEMS in the same box the second one came in with the provided return label.

Guess What Happened next - NO FXXXXXX REFUND ON MY RETURNS! Called about returns and GUESS WHAT HAPPENED......YEP promised they not trying to keep money but they do not show my return as received, gave them the tracking number and delivery confirmation and GUESS WHAT HAPPENED, next call to them because no refund excuse is I only send one back! OMG worst online purchase experience I have ever had!

NEVER AGAIN AND I TELL EVERY ONE I KNOW - BY THE WAY - I WORK IN THE RV INDUSTRY SO SPREADING THE WORD IS NOT A PROBLEM! ******CAMPING STATION IS A HUGE RIP OFF COMPANY********

Monetary Loss: $140.

Company wrote 0 private or public responses to the review from Apr 17, 2014.

Camping Station - 50% refund for retrned merchandise

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On June 11th I ordered what I thought was a tent from Camping Station Corp., - Ridgewood, NY.

Their advertisement promised next day shipping. and my account was immediately debited.

I did receive an acknowledgement of order. After six days without a shipping notice or tracking number, I sent an e-mail inquiry as to the disposition of my order. I received no response. the next morning I sent a duplicate e-mail, no response. Later that day I sent an inquiry on their website and still received no response. At the end of the day I called the company and was informed my order had shipped on June 13th and would arrive the following day.

I then posted a poor review for their service for not honoring their next day shipping promise nor sending me a notice or tracking number.

I thought the matter was resolved at that time.

I did receive my order the next day as told, as well as their first response to my three requests for information.

It was not the product they had pictured in the catalog. the "tent" was part of a system that required an additional full canopy complete with poles and a fly in order to set up the tent as pictured. When I called the customer service to inquire about purchasing the rest of the system the customer service representative was rude and began to lambast me for the poor review. I decided to keep the worthless tent and purchase another, rather that deal with such a disreputable company any further.

The ordeal was still not over.

This morning I received a request for mediation from the review sight. Camping Station had sent them a letter full of inaccuracies and flat untruths as to why I had reviewed them poorly and requested that they remove the review. The request went so far as to call me a liar.

I responded to the mediation request then requested Camping Station to return the misrepresented product for a full refund as well as return shipping.

I was offered a 50% refund if I payed return postage.

Monetary Loss: $80.

Company wrote 0 public responses to the review from Jun 25, 2013.

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