Francisco – Sep 23, 2020
I too am a victim of this scam company. I am currently in dispute with credit card company. It looks like I’m going to lose. Same as above, price too good to be true, no shipping info or tracking #, and no response from emails attempting to locate the shipment. They have provided credit card co with USPS tracking #. USPS site reports it was delivered. I have not received anything. Attempting to track down what usps actually delivered, but right now the usps is overwhelmed and won’t answer the phone. Stay clear! If Dearjohns is out of business they will pop up as something else. Beware of seller Edihupo Iloroyi Inc, email address [email protected] Not only will I probably lose my $58, but MasterCard is going to hit me with interest.
Shannon – Aug 04, 2020
Exactly our experience. Keter Outdoor Table purchased June 30th. Supposedly delivered via US mail. No way could it have been delivered unnoticed. We are home on lockdown. The EDIHUPO ILO scam has a pattern: order, pay, no order confirmation or delivery information until we challenge the charge with PayPal, who simply provides the cleverly designed digital records and denies the claim. DearJohns website is long gone, no answer via email address provided.
A $400 table for $80… This experience reinforces the old adage, “If it’s too good to be true, it probably is.”