Originally Posted by Moragg
I specifically made sure to get a PP policy where you don't get a refund if there are issues. The ones where you do are scams, the ones where you don't aren't. That said the sellers will try and scam you if it isn't PP by offering refunds, and some even just ignore you.
So PP isn't a scam, so long as you know what to look for and don't let them give you a partial refund in the case of a bad monitor.
Really? Well in my opinion any time you have to FORCE a seller to do anything it kinda screams scam. I do agree that you could message the seller and be a pain enough to get what you want but that still means the root premise is a scam. I guess i might be expecting to much though
Originally Posted by jerrolds
Buying "Pixel Perfect" to me is buying leverage for the seller paying for return shipping, essentially a free exchange. I dont they actually open up and check anything.
The above comment covers this one leverage is a term that is in line with trying to get what you want rather than buying a extra level of warranty and NO, most maybe all do NOT actually open the box even if they say they are. Have them send you a picture and then post that picture here so we can cross reference and make sure they are not sending the same picture over and over again. And many times they wont pay return shipping, then will just try and refund a difference making the whole idea pointless.Edited by Spartan F8 - 10/1/13 at 2:51pm