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Comment by Mojosam
about Gazelle · Nov 2019 · Helpful Not helpful Report as spam

Bad service, bad communication.

I ordered an iPad from them. The next day, I got an email telling me that the order was canceled. No explanation. I called them. The first person couldn't help me, because apparently they don't communicate with their own employees, either. She told me that her computer showed that the order had been canceled, but there was no additional information. She transfered me to her supervisor, who told me that my IP address was 1500 miles from my shipping address. That meant I was some sort of hardcore fraudster. I told her that I use a VPN, because it's none of Comcast's business which websites I visit. She said she would pass along my info to her boss, who would call me back the same day. They never called.

Much later that day, I decided to turn the VPN off long enough to order the iPad. They accepted the order. Then 30 seconds later I got an email that the order had been canceled. Obviously I have now been blacklisted. Apparently I'm a criminal mastermind or something. I'm kind of flattered. I need to find a hollow volcano to set up my base in.

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