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post #11 of 18
Sorry to hear op i was almost gonna get a monitor from green sum looks like, excellentcastle or acessiorswhole will get my business
post #12 of 18
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Originally Posted by brightbus View Post

Greensum and dreamseller are the ones to stay away from. Accessorieswhole and hulustar seem to be pretty legit.

What happened with dreamseller?
He was the original/first seller of these Korean monitors and I never had an issue. thinking.gif
post #13 of 18
I would suggest to look up scriby's monitor at overlord computers, american based company that imports korean monitors, quality checks and offers 1year warranty. Thats where i got my pixel perfect 2560x1440p @120hz monitor and will never look back at 60hz or 1080p.
Hope this helps.
post #14 of 18
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Originally Posted by Geglamash View Post

What happened with dreamseller?
He was the original/first seller of these Korean monitors and I never had an issue. thinking.gif

I'd have to search through the Korean threads, but few people on here complaining about issues when ordering from greensum (really unacceptable blb etc)
post #15 of 18
I have the multi which does not support that PCB (i forgot which forum said it). Thanks for the heads up tho. I think I need the one for multi.
post #16 of 18
Thread Starter 
At the end i sold the monitor in craiglist for 300 dollars.
I bought a samsung Series 9 S27B970D i notice really high backlights bleeding and flickering,Had a lot of trouble with samsung asking for a replacement and invoice issues.Samsung told me they dont have the monitor in stock but was still available in samsung shop store.Really disappointed. I will never buy products from samsung or korea again in my life.
At the and i return the monitor to the seller.
I bought from newegg the asus and i notice a dead pixel and dark dots.
Call asus and they replace me the monitor wit cross shipping a new one in two days.
Asus ask me only for the serial no proof no invoice no hassle.

I paid the asus 530 dollars and i can tell its better then samsung **** lcd for 1100 dollars.

My advise ??buy a monitor from USA and from a company they really care about customers.
samsung start treat customers like idiots and they doesn't care at all.
Green sum its thw worst seller i ever see dont BUY.

This Samsung monitor are sold for 1100 dollars and its not worth the money.Its not even aluminum but plastic,
Its no reason to buy this monitor for 1100 dollars.
With the half price you buy the asus which offers better customer care and better quality too.
They have the same pls lcd i dont see difference between the two instead of the high bleeding in the samsung monitor and this without counting the flickering issue.unacceptable for a $1100 monitor
Edited by pompss - 5/31/13 at 3:02pm
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post #17 of 18
wow... really sorry to hear the bad luck...

We all have different experiences, but at the end of the day things do happen. What ultimately matters is what the brand/company do for you when issues arises that are not your fault.

I did alot of research looking through pixel policies and warranty and found one major thing from a brand that sells $2000 monitors - they say backlight bleeding/leakage is a result of packaging/shipping issues and pressures along the bezel.

So I am surprised Samsung didn't do much to help.
Edited by speedyeggtart - 6/4/13 at 1:33am
post #18 of 18
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wow... really sorry to hear the bad luck...

We all have different experiences, but at the end of the day things do happen. What ultimately matters is what the brand/company do for you when issues arises that are not your fault.

I did alot of research looking through pixel policies and warranty and found one major thing from a brand that sells $2000 monitors - they say backlight bleeding/leakage is a result of packaging/shipping issues and pressures along the bezel.

So I am surprised Samsung didn't do much to help.

Samsung they just lie to people and treat customer like idiots.
As i said i will never again buy a samsung products.
1000 dollar monitor and its all cheap plastic.No wonder its comes damage even with the package protection.Never hear something more stupid come out from a company like samsung.
I also try a windows 8 tablet from samsung. 600 dollars and with a slight pressure i could feel the plastics bends.returned to best buy for a full refund also the camera was defective.
New slogan
"Samsung the cheap plastic company"
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