10-23-2016 10:32 PM
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  1. Seeker336's Avatar
    This is what I received tonight.

    "We have not yet been able to ship the products from Samsung Electronics America listed below. Your order will be fulfilled as soon as the product(s) becomes available. The estimated date of fulfillment is 11/22/2016. "
    That is precisely the first of three emails I received within a 1 minute span. The next one said basically "Oops, we tried to cancel your order but couldn't and it has shipped. You will receive return instructions." The third email basically said "You received this item. It has to be returned. If you don't return it, we will charge you full price."

    Watch your Inbox.
    10-23-2016 09:06 AM
  2. recDNA's Avatar
    That is precisely the first of three emails I received within a 1 minute span. The next one said basically "Oops, we tried to cancel your order but couldn't and it has shipped. You will receive return instructions." The third email basically said "You received this item. It has to be returned. If you don't return it, we will charge you full price."

    Watch your Inbox.
    Have you tried calling your credit card company? They can't just charge anything on your card without your permission. It's grand theft. Felony.
    10-23-2016 01:07 PM
  3. billinaz's Avatar
    Have you tried calling your credit card company? They can't just charge anything on your card without your permission. It's grand theft. Felony.
    Not necessarily. You need intent, and a dollar amount above the threshold in the state this took place.

    This is a civil matter at best, not criminal. It was part of a business transaction with an error... that is all.
    10-23-2016 10:27 PM
  4. recDNA's Avatar
    Not necessarily. You need intent, and a dollar amount above the threshold in the state this took place.

    This is a civil matter at best, not criminal. It was part of a business transaction with an error... that is all.
    Pretty sure $800 will do the trick in any state. He was charged without signing anything nor giving permission. Call your cc company. Why waste your time dealing with Samsung?
    10-23-2016 10:29 PM
  5. Jerry Hildenbrand's Avatar
    Not necessarily. You need intent, and a dollar amount above the threshold in the state this took place.

    This is a civil matter at best, not criminal. It was part of a business transaction with an error... that is all.
    If the date of the sale is after the CSPC recall, technically, charging the card and initiating a sale is a federal crime. Good luck trying to pursue that one in court though.
    10-23-2016 10:32 PM
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