InPhonic Sued Over Rebates
Jun 9, 2006, 2:09 PM by (staff)
InPhonic, the national wireless distributor which sells phones online under the Wirefly brand, is being sued by the attorney general for the District of Columbia. The suit alleges InPhonic attracts customers with rebates that are difficult or impossible to collect. It was brought after the Better Business Bureau received over 2200 complaints about the company, the majority of which were about rebates or advertising practices. Of the 2200 complaints filed, 1600 or about 75% of them were noted as resolved by InPhonic.
Important Notice About Wirefly Rebates
We have a new, dedicated rebate hotline. Our agents can assist you with your specific rebate submissions. Please call: (866) 607-9877
InPhonic - Office of the President
InPhonic published a statement about the AG lawsuit
I sell rebates and rebates accessories...
I hate complaints on rebates
"On example from 20...
It's a known fact that most of the people in the US are lazy.
Your wise comments forget to mention the fact that blacks are no good and it's a known fact women shouldn't worry their little heads with politics.
I new this would happen... Too bad they'll be able to beat the rap...
Wheres the sign up sheet?
Read you own message. YOU missed the deadline therefore YOU don't get anything. Had YOU not missed the deadline, then YOU would have a a reason to complain. I mean come on man...accountablity yo.
The telephone customer service is quite "STUPID". Just tell them its not your fault the postmark got delayed, it is the US Post Office which delayed it.. Generally they will ask you to fax it in again a...
Just Like I Thought!!