i presented all the posts from this forum and 3 reports from scambook.com so they had to believe me and refunded me
It is time that those who run the site do the right responsibilities, it is useless to search for contacts also because any response only serves to take more time.
sorry about asking but are you 100% sure what you are saying is correct
i say this it is because i was accused of being somebody on ebay which i was not and the person was told by somebody else it wasnt me but didnt have the balls to apologies
so i am bit wary of things i am told
if you are correct good well done
i must admit i had noticed this seller come out of nowhere with loads of stock
maybe selling old stock ???
I would like to get some help to communicate with Mr. Richard Parker. I have placed my whisky order in September, 2011 worth of £904.00 and 3 months after I tried to cancel my order, though I was told I'll get my money transfer back - still nor whisky nor money. It's been 6 months already. I've tried to contact them in all possible ways, but didn't get a response at all, not even talking about apologize or any kind of reaction.
I've seen many of you had a similar situation with Parker's Whisky, I'd like to ask for your help to get my money back.
Appreciate for your time!
- John Barleycorn
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marcin32 wrote:I have placed my whisky order in September, 2011 worth of £904.00 and 3 months after I tried to cancel my order, though I was told I'll get my money transfer back - still nor whisky nor money. It's been 6 months already.
Did you pay by credit card? If so you may be able to retrieve you money through them.
it might help other people to know what you have had to go through maybe it might help others on this forum
all the best richard
What goes round comes around I guess.
"On today's BBC Money Box programme, in a follow-up item on wine investment featuring Ian Vanderhook and Vin Bordelais Ltd, the phoenix company of collapsed firm - Bordeaux UK Ltd, Robert Burns head of investigations at The Insolvency Service said he will welcome complaints from people concerned about wine investment companies. The Insolvency Service has the power to close dubious companies in the public interest. They guarantee to investigate complaints within seven days.
If the Insolvency Service believes there are grounds for action, they can petition the High Court to close the company in the public interest. If the petition is accepted, the company can be closed immediately with the petition heard in open court later giving the company an opportunity to fight the petition."
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