Online AC purchase was too good to be true – identity theft

When I need to purchase something I always try to find the best deal possible. I know that the first price you see is rarely what you have to pay. If you do a little online research, it’s almost always possible to find a lower listing price or a coupon to save you significant cash. That’s why, I am no stranger to perusing the offshore discount websites that provide excellent deals on electronics and appliances. A lot of people are too afraid to utilize these foreign exchange websites, but I am prepared to roll the dice if I can secure a great deal. Recently, this plan backfired on me when I trusted an offshore website to deliver amazing indoor air quality for my home. You see, for the past two years our central cooling system had slowly been breaking down. I have been calling the local HVAC dealership at least every few months for an emergency repair service when the stupid AC stopped working one day. Everytime the HVAC worker inspected our cooling system, he told me the AC would need to be replaced sooner rather than later. I was continually putting off the expensive air quality control purchase, certain that I could find a better deal for my air handling device online. Eventually, I saw an air conditioning system deal that was too good to pass up. A bargain website was offering a brand new central cooling system with a high energy efficiency rating and several months of HEPA air filters for dirt cheap. I made the purchase and felt good about my AC decision. Well, two months later I don’t feel as good about my cooling system purchase anymore. When the “central cooling system” finally arrived weeks later than promised, it was the size of a regular AC window unit.


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