I have been waiting for nearly a month for 2 DVD's I ordered from them and they will not respond to emails.
Paypal has investigated my claim and it looks like I will get refunded, but with Christmas time creeping closer, and people looking to buy coaster related gifts, I just wanted to get the word out not to order from this bogus company.
I've yet to have them tell me T.S., and I've recovered enough to make it "even" on the yearly fees over the last two years.
Just another Christmas time FYI :)
(and no, Amex did not give me a dime for this, but considering the ringing endorsement, maybe I should call them and ask for something ;) )
You've been warned...
I don't know much about Amusement Park Memories, but to me, a month is not that long of a time to wait. If they are shipping via Media Mail from the US post office, that alone can take up to three weeks for delivery. Of course, that doesn't explain why they haven't returned your e-mails. I also find it peculiar that they do not provide any contact information other than e-mail.
*** Edited 9/17/2007 5:26:07 PM UTC by Jeffrey Seifert***
Like I said, it's possible they were just the design team, but their info is on the domain's WHOIS information. *** Edited 9/17/2007 5:08:29 PM UTC by GoliathKills***
Jeffrey Seifert said:
That service isn't exclusive to American Express, pretty much any credit card will do what they call a payback for merchandise that was not received. All if this is a moot point however, as it appears the only form of payment that Amusement Park Memories takes is Paypal.
That's why when I pay with PayPal I always fund it with a CC.
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I seem to remember it being 1% for Discover, 2% for Visa/MC, and 3% for AMEX.
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