TYTY / Tytyga.com - Ripoff Dead Tree Arrived

Review by bennym on 2012-04-29
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GEORGIA -- Buyers beware !!! Paid $75 in March for a Japanese magnolia tree which arrived DOA, small buds on tree dried up & dead & tried reviving to no effect. Per their replacement policy, you pay an extra $20 to get a replacement sometime this fall 6-9 months later which they probably hope you forget it about by then. Keep getting a run around when trying to talk to a Rep !!

So if I keep trying to get a replacement, it'll end up costing me $75+$20= $95 +$20 cost of sending back the dead tree = $115. Buy from a reliable nursery that a has FREE replacement policy !!!
Comments:2 Replies - Latest reply on 2012-04-30
Posted by CrazyRedHead on 2012-04-30:
Wasn't this spelled out already in the paperwork, and in there return policy?
Posted by T on 2012-04-30:
It makes sense that you would have to wait, due to demand and growing seasons.

It sounds like their terms are clearly stated and were understood to you. In the past few years, I have bought numerous trees (maybe 25) from a wholesale nursery. There are no guarantees at all, but I save huge (50%) over a retail nursery.

It's a case of you get what you pay for, most likely.

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