Anybody know this company?

7mmTikkaShooter

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I hope I’m wrong and this is a new viable option from a new vendor in the market, but sadly my belief is that they’re, like others have stated just basic scammers, or worse yet one of those s.o.b.’s who have had autobots set up to purchase products when they become available online and runners going through retail stores. The prices don’t look too terrible considering where this market has gone lately, but pretty disgusting if you think they’re making 50% margin over the retail prices they paid a few months ago by hijacking those products before the general consumer has an opportunity to make a purchase. I feel so cynical these days but this doesn’t feel right to me. If any of you have some positive input about this business please post it. I don’t want to drag them through any mud if they’re on the up and up. That said, I’m just going to sit and wait this out. I don’t need to shoot right now and until I can buy from my normal sources I won’t burn up any of my stock.
 

truck driver

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Just went to Reload Unlimited for the first time. They show having lots of primers and powders in stock. Prices aren't terribly high. If you order, you have to go to Google Pay and pay with a debit card. This makes me 😓 nervous. Anyone have any experience with this company?
Thanks. Guess I'm skeptical?
Anytime they ask to link to a debit card it is a scam and they will rob you blind if you let them. Once they get your debit card number your whole bank account is wide open to them plus all your personal info. They can and will also
put a back door link on your computer and get all and any info stored on it.
 

Chas1

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Once they get your debit card number your whole bank account is wide open to them plus all your personal info. They can and will also
put a back door link on your computer and get all and any info stored on it.
Good Info. Thanks truck driver.
 

KS Shooter2021

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Debit card, Vemo, Google Pay, Bitcoins are all red flags. If you can’t pay with a credit card run away. You can get a CC reversed if it’s a scam. May take awhile, but with the other methods you cannot get your money back unless the sender agrees to give it back.

I do it the old fashioned way, contacted about half a dozen of my friends that travel and asked them to keep an eye out when convenient.

Last week I got 3lbs of powder that I needed from a LGS three hours away from one friend. Just yesterday another friend sent me a pic of CCI primers when he went into Sheels. Scored a brick of SRBr and 2lbs of AA#9. He told me primers we’re gone in 10min. even with a limit of 1 brick of any kind of primer per customer.

I will still have to pay shipping and hazemat fees....but in the form of one bourbon, one scotch or one (case) beer. Depending on delivery drivers tastes. 😉

Hang in there, stuff is starting to come back. PV had some powders yesterday. Just keep your eyes open ear to the ground and your index finger on that clicker on the mouse.
 

nickjandrews

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Anytime they ask to link to a debit card it is a scam and they will rob you blind if you let them. Once they get your debit card number your whole bank account is wide open to them plus all your personal info. They can and will also
put a back door link on your computer and get all and any info stored on it.
If it's through Google Pay, it won't link your card to the scammer or send them any of your banking info they could use to get more money. It's just a one-time payment. They aren't asking you to link a card to their site. That said I think it is a scam and you will lose the money you send them. I doubt Google will help you in that case. With the BS that shipping will take at least 4 weeks and them saying they will not respond to emails within that time frame tells me they know most places will not bother investigating or allow returns/ back charges after 30 days.

Just for fun I 'ordered' 5k LR primers to a fake address. No, I am not paying $85 in hazmat fees for a harmless product even with 'free' shipping! Although 13 cents a primer is probably attractive to many people right now, not interested. I just need to find some calcium silicide...
 

marvee

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only way i think they may be legit is that they are new, somehow got stock, and noone knows about them to order. I just have to question how they have so much inventory when everyone else sells out in seconds.
Inquire there address
 

marvee

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Just went to Reload Unlimited for the first time. They show having lots of primers and powders in stock. Prices aren't terribly high. If you order, you have to go to Google Pay and pay with a debit card. This makes me 😓 nervous. Anyone have any experience with this company?
Thanks. Guess I'm skeptical?
Inquire there address
 
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