Digital Liquidators scammed me.
I recently attempted to order a camera from digitalliquidators.com. A few days after placing the order, I received a call from a Mr. Diamond, who said he wanted to verify my order.
After calling back several times and being on hold for fifteen minutes each time, I got ahold of Mr. Diamond, who questioned whether I knew anything about the camera, because I didn't have the battery, charger, or memory card necessary. He offered me a 200 dollar memory card, and when I kept insisting that I'd researched and that the 30 dollar memory card I'd chosen was supposed to work, he grudgingly admitted that it was compatable, it just might have a 7 second lag time between saves.
Next he tried to sell me a charger and battery for 300 dollars, insisting the ones that came in the factory bundle wouldn't work. When I said I wanted to hang up and think about it, he got belligerent, and said "No, we're through here, it's already been ordered", when I'd never agreed to it. The total was some five hundred dollars over what I'd agreed to pay online.
When I heard the total, I said I wanted to cancel the order, but was informed that in order to cancel the order, since it had already been processed and sent, it would cost nearly three hundred dollars.
At this point I called my bank and closed my old account. The bank informed me that the transaction hadn't even occurred yet, which meant there was no way that the order had been processed and shipped, I was just being bullied into spending almost twice what I'd intended to.
The only positive thing in this experience is that I managed to keep that company from stealing my money. After reading other reviews, I'm extremely relieved my order didn't go through. Stay far, far away from this company.