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Type of Entity
Business ManagementMr. Ajay Pahouja, Owner/manager Mr. Ajay Pahouja, Principle Ms. Brenda C. Dye, Executive Assistant to the Promoter
Computers - Dealers
Alternate Business NamesCentral Liquidators Emergency Liquidation Center Gold Mine Inc Gold Mine Inc
Here are some tips for shopping at liquidation sales: Shop around – Liquidators attempt to sell assets as quickly as possible and at the highest profit so some items will actually be priced higher. Moreover, competitors may sometimes drop their prices to compete with a liquidation sale. So check retail prices on goods before buying them at liquidation sales. Use a credit card – Unlike personal checks or cash, credit cards include built-in protection if the liquidator does not deliver on promised goods. Know the status on warranties – Warranties are often serviced by a manufacturer or third party. This means the warranty will still apply, even if the retailer goes out of business. Nonetheless, consumers should always confirm the status of a warranty before buying.
Ajay Pahouja, a principle of this business is also a principle of Aroma Senses, upon which BBB maintains a separate business review at this link: http://www.bbb.org/centralohio/business-reviews/flea-markets/aroma-senses-llc-in-columbus-oh-70009932 and Sumeet Enterprises, upon which BBB maintains a separate Business Review at this link: http://www.bbb.org/centralohio/business-reviews/electronic-equipment-and-supplies-dealers/sumeet-enterprises-in-columbus-oh-28001017, and Gold Mine Inc.
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6212 Emberwood Rd
Dublin, OH 43017 Directions
THIS LOCATION IS NOT BBB ACCREDITED
PO Box 385
Dublin, OH 43017
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Complaint: I attended a sale held in Bowling Green, KY on June 26, 2015. This sale had been advertised on radio and television for weeks prior to the event, stating that they had Apple laptop computers (for $199) at 80% off of retail. When I attended the sale, I was charged $5.50 admission. I proceeded to the Apple dealer within and inquired about the laptops. I was told they did not have any for $199, but they did have an Apple MacBook Pro, 15", for $299. The salesman told me that they had three, and they were brand new in-box, year 2010 and they came with 90 days of Apple support. I asked to inspect one and they brought one out and it was in the factory box, wrapped up in plastic and appeared to be what the saleperson had told me. I purchased it for $299 and with tax the purchase came to $317.xx. After I got the laptop home, I contacted Apple to register my product to begin the 90 day warranty. The rep at Apple took the serial number, and told me that this unit was a pre-owned unit from 2006 and that it did not come with any Apple support. She further told me that the model was obsolete. There was no phone number listed on the receipt, so I contacted my bank for the telephone number of the sale on my debit card. I called repeatedly. Finally, a man called me back on Thursday, July 23. The man proceeded to tell me that I had never been told that it was a new model...he said for that price I had to realize that it was refurbished. I reminded him that the advertisement had said "closeouts, with 80% off of retail" and that 80% off of retail at $299 would indicate that the unit retailed for around $1500. An obsolete used Macbook Pro from 2006 would not retail for $1500. He then told me the warranty was through them, and not Apple. He insisted that I had been told this. This man spoke with a heavy accent of some kind, and the salesman that sold me the unit did not speak with an accent at all, so this guy was not present during the sale of this item. He proceeded to call me an idiot and kept yelling "what do you want me to do?" I told him that I wanted the item that I had been sold, and he began cursing. I released the call. This unit is SO obsolete that iTunes cannot even be loaded on it. It is basically useless for most purposes...it will not operate Netflix, nor iTunes, and software that I used on my desktop Mac cannot be used on the unit because it is outdated. There were two other gentleman behind me at the sale who purchased laptops at the same time I did and they were told the same things. I am attempting to locate them through ads on Craigslist. I have already filed a complaint with the Attorney General's office in the state of Ohio and I was advised to file a complaint with the BBB and with the attorney general in the state of Kentucky, where the sale was located.
Desired Settlement: I would like to receive the item that I was told I was purchasing...a 2010 new in box 15" MacBook Pro with 90 days of Apple support. I would simply ask for a refund, but this organization was RELENTLESS with their advertising. If they can advertise 80% off of retail, then I should be receiving an item that is worth approximately $1500. Since then, I have also read reviews online from people that said they returned their items for a refund and were never refunded, so I am extremely leary of attempting to return the item. This company travels around and holds these sale events, and then they leave town, leaving customers with no way to contact them. If someone had paid cash for an item, they would have no means to contact them. Because I used a debit card, I did have the seller's contact info available through my bank. There have to be some 'truth in advertising" laws that protect consumers from this place. They market their sales under a company called 1000 Crazy Deals. If you go to their website, it is primarily for people wanting to sell items, and not for consumers. Please, BBB, help force this company to stop their selling practices. I am an educated person, and I feel like I asked all of the right questions when purchasing this item. They should be required to provide the items that they are advertising and selling to consumers. Thank you,
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Complaint: Nothing in this place was 5$ and there ping pong game is a scam. The way this game works is its 5$ to play and you have to get 100points to get a prize but the catch is if you get a bonus YOU HAVE TO PAY MORE which doesn't make sense I would like this place shut down. When I finnally got home I thought about it that its a scam you have to pay 10$ to get in and the lady at the front said she worked for tips and something's in there ads weren't even there I'd love for these guys to get caught. Please email me asap because there done this sunday. I'd love for something to be done. There located at Glenway Crossing 5098 Glencrossing Way Cincinnati, OH 45238-3389 United States
Desired Settlement: I would love my money back and and possibly if anyone else lost money and didn't win to get there money back
Consumer Response: Here are the cards I got from the emergency liquidation center. One is there member ship card which I had to pay for when I walked in. The second is from there illegal gambling game which I have never heard of.
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Complaint: Their event is advertised as a million dollar liquidation sale of new computers laptops cameras etc. None of the items were new. There was maybe two choices in each of the categories and none were new...they are all refurbished. They charge an $8.00 entrance fee that is non-refundable the minute that you walk in the door. Total False Advertisement.
Desired Settlement: Refund of entrance fees totaling $32.00
Business Response: It is posted that we do not do refunds.