Appliances Connection portland Maine Review

I purchased a professional range in a custom color with an eta of 6-8 weeks until delivery via a white glove method. 11 weeks later, my stove arrived damaged, not in the custom color and by a delivery service unwilling to bring it inside (white glove) and not exactly singing Appliances Connection’s praises when it comes to business practices. I contacted AP immediately and included pictures of the damage. Their first reaction was to tell me to return the stove at my own expense (all 459 lbs. of it) and only then would they reorder one. I refused and thus began several days of harassment, crazy behavior and pressure to “keep”” the damaged stove. nTruth be told

I read the terrible reviews but decided to take a chance and save a buck. What a stupid mistake. Now I’ve got a 6k stove that isn’t what I ordered or wanted and the pleasure of a credit card dispute to address this mess of a situation. I dealt with Calvin

who is truly one trashy piece of work. It’s so clear from the online information about this company that this is just how they play and maybe that works on some people. nBut if you’ve bought from this company and not gotten what you should have

hold your ground. They will tell you ANYTHING

and I mean some really crazy stuff

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