The issue has been resolved in a default judgment after KlearGear failure to respond to the legal action. The couple’s lawyers said the technology news site Ars Technica to raise money may be a problem.
I had ordered online retailer KlearGear to pay $ 306.750 for the couple had an ongoing conflict since a long time with more than bad.
Jennifer Palmer published a review on RipOffReport.com criticism KlearGear customer service, after her husband ordered a couple of items that never arrived.
Grade back to December 2008 when he ordered John Palmer two items, valued at less than $ 20, as a gift for his wife. Items did not arrive, and after repeated calls to the company were told the couple that the elements that have never paid for Oagheit.
Three years later, Mr. Palmer received an email demanding that the review will be deleted within 75 hours or a fine of $ 3,500 will be imposed as it was in violation of the non-disparagement clause of the company.
Although Palmer did not send the money, try to get it KlearGear through debt collection service, which the couple allegedly damaged their credit rating.