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    Default Re: AiExpress orders

    Quote Originally Posted by Arnie View Post
    It's an Xiaomi brand. I purchased the pro thru Indiegogo in August. No problems at all just under $200 nz for the top model. Easy install and works very well so far very clear recording night and day. Clear instructions. Seems you have a supplier problem.
    Arnie, how do I search for that 'seller'? Any link?

    This is what I got when I Googled:

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    Default Re: AiExpress orders

    AliExpress refunded to my account.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zippity View Post
    I have never had any problems when shopping with Aliexpress
    Some of the Aliexpress sellers are dishonest : fake goods , nothing like description, dont send & give fake tracking numbers
    Most are Ok & really dont want bad feedback. Ive only had 2 dodgy Aliexpress sellers , so far.

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    Hmm that is weird, maybe you contact the manufacture to have it. I am sure they have steps how to resolve it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChooseParis View Post
    Hmm that is weird, maybe you contact the manufacture to have it. I am sure they have steps how to resolve it.
    China doesnt follow the rules we expect from businesses . Ive heard horror stories of a container load of one product sent to NZ, where the front of the container had the good working product
    & behind that was literally empty boxes , faulty product , old models , different product etc .

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1101 View Post
    China doesnt follow the rules we expect from businesses . Ive heard horror stories of a container load of one product sent to NZ, where the front of the container had the good working product
    & behind that was literally empty boxes , faulty product , old models , different product etc .
    That's not called not following rules, that's just blatant scamming!
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