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Old Sep 8, 2003, 10:24 PM   #1
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Has anyone bought from Inoax.com before? It's one of Steve's websites to buy from for the Canon G5, so I'd figured it's a good one - but at $589 for a G5, it's considerably lower than many other websites. It says all new products and mfg's warranty, but that's such a great price - are they trusted?

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Old Sep 8, 2003, 10:58 PM   #2
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The dealers listed in our DealTime links in the reviews are not our picks and are not certified or approved by us. This information is inserted into our reviews by DealTime and should be used as a point of information. As with all online shopping services you should always toss out the lowest guy, especially if they are considerably lower than the rest of the sellers. There are lots of somewhat "shady" vendors out there who advertise rediculously low prices just to get your business whether they actually have the item in stock or not.

I give DealTime feedback about certain dealers that should be dropped from their service whenever we see them using "bait and switch" tactics or advertising unrealistic prices. I don't have any info about Inoax but according to resellerratings.com they appear to be very new and have no real feedback from users yet. They might be OK and then again they might just be another Brooklyn NY outfit that has changed their name to improve their standing.

As with all online purchases - let your common sense be your guide. If someone offers something at a rediculously low price just pass them by and deal with a more well-known vendor with a realistic price.

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Old Sep 8, 2003, 11:08 PM   #3
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Thanks for the information Steve. I'll consider that - I'd rather pay more than get ripped off.

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Check out http://www.resellerratings.com (I can't get on there right now) to see if they're a good retailer or not.
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