I ordered a Lacoste polo from holidayliquidations.com only to find an e-mail later from howtobeaplaya.com that my order had been placed. howtobeaplaya.com has ripped people off before. They claim to sell designer clothes at a low price, charge your card, and then don’t send your merchandise. nThe holidayliquidations.com site was very convincing saying they had been in business for over 5 years selling overstock for stores during the holidays and for their anniversary they were even offering free shipping with guarenteed delivery by Christmas. They also promised a full refund or store credit if you were unsatisfied. They say that they have live customer representative from 8 am to 9pm but you always get a crappy recording. Their customer service e-mail they have listed is also fake, I e-mailed and called twice and still have not got a response. nI called my credit card company to cancel my order as soon as I saw that the order was not really placed through holidayliquidations.com, but it was too late they had already charged my credit card. nIf you have placed an order through this site I would recommend calling your credit card company to cancel your account. nSad CustomernSooner, OklahomaU.S.A.
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