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Fraud Alert !!!!
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ULSTER, PENNSYLVANIA -- On 12/22/2012 I ordered a gun on gunsAmerica. The seller was Oak Hill Enterprises - Jon[snip]. The listing # was 959123444 S&W model 41 w/rail performance center. I called Jon after ordering the gun to give Jon my credit card number and to asked him about the gun. Jon said "I don't have time to be checking every listing number" [I should have known not to deal with him}.

I gave Jon the address and the FFL # of my gun store to have the gun shipped there. When we opened the package it was not the gun I ordered. It was the REG. S&W 41 without the rail and not from the performance center. That's a $500 difference.

I called Jon and tried to tell him but he did not want to hear what I had to say. I asked Jon to check the listing # -Jon said "I don't have a pen" Then he hung up. After many calls, I was able to talk to Jon and told Jon I'm returning the gun. Jon said I would have to pay the shipping $35 both ways.

There was a restocking fee of 3%. Also there was a charge to have the gun checked to make sure it wasn't fired. Total $150. I just kept the gun. Jon is a liar, Fraud and just not a nice guy !!!!!!! If anyone is to buy a gun from Oak Hill Enterprises-1242 Oak Hill Rd. Ulster, Pa. 18850- Try to call him first and make sure you're getting the gun you ordered. Tell him Marty sent you.
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jktshff1 on 01/01/2013:
Thanks for the heads up
trmn8r on 01/02/2013:
Very helful review. It sounds like Jon took you to the tool shed, and pistol whipped you.
At Your Service on 01/02/2013:
With respect Marty, your review raises a big question within my mind.

If the information you're providing is factual, of which there's no reason to believe it's not, a dispute with your bank would be an easy win. Simply have your gun dealer sign a statement of what was actually received. Take the time to have the statement notarized and turn the dispute over to your bank. With the information well documented, there's no reason the bank wouldn't favor the cardholder.
Jon @ Oak Hill on 04/12/2013:
This individual is posting such false claims in retaliation because that we reported them to the moderators of multiple internet sites where he or she has violated the guidelines of use for each and have had their use restricted as a result of such violations. They have since taken it upon themselves to post false claims anywhere possible. Should you have any concerns please feel free to contact us directly. Thanks
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