- Oct 28, 2017
All this information makes taco very pink and angry!
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Newegg just simply handing out sales data is a bad idea. It should be the buyers reasonably to claim the items on his/hers taxes.
Lets say I setup an Newegg account. Bought 10k worth of stuff and payed with PayPal, used a false name and address within CT. After it shipped got with the post office and had the shipment rerouted to my address. Someone in CT could get stiffed with with the taxes, yeah you would not have anything to prove you did not buy the item. Of course that would be ID theft or fraud and you should not do it. If you do, see you in 10-15 years and don't drop the soap.
We will have an update for you soon regarding those customers who have paid. We are trying to move through many layers of a complicated issue as quickly as we can and we hope to present you a solution soon.
Nope, sure doesn't. I wish more people would be prosecuted for it. I've known several people who make a living doing it and the authorities aren't interested in "small time" crimes like that.
Yeah my father got his credit messed all up from a fella in out of state. It was painfully apparent who did it, but because it was across state lines nothing was done with it.
Sad thing about it, now he has to check his credit every day incase the guy uses his ID again.
Kind of hard to do that when you buy things with credit all the time. Yeah he got screwed big time