Phoenix Arizona Review

Company advertised a battery for a Fujitsu Lifebook V1020, which I purchased. Not understanding it was going to ship from Singapore…that was my first mistake. nWhat I received was a battery that not only does not fit, but is also of completely different voltage and mah ratings. After communicating the above facts and discrepancies, the company responded by asking me to “try to install the battery again””. Which in and of itself shows an obvious lack of reading comprehension to start with…it just goes downhill from there. nI also opened a PayPal dispute

because that’s how I paid for the battery

and the company immediately denied the refund request. I’ve escalated it to a claim

but given PayPal’s dismal track record for helping buyers

I don’t expect much. nGiven the responses so far by I’m fully expecting to get burned on the deal. nSo if your thinking of buying a laptop battery or adapter from these clowns

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