25 ‘BuyGoods.com’ Reviews
Like all the other reviews, it's a scam!!!!!!!!!! Just read the "terms and agreement."
If it sounds too good to be true, it is! Plus why do they want people jumping through hoops just to get the ingredients they say will fix your eyesight 100%...oh they gotta make that money on books that say all these wonderful things about ingredients that'll fix your eyesight but there's no way to know unless we can try these ingredients ourselves but they want their money first on these books with the big secret inside! Sounds like a money scam to me! No thank you! Why can't people just be straight forward when selling a new product cause if they told you the ingredients first so people could try them and they actually worked, You know how many would buy all their books cause they'd want to know more about other treatments in his books since we'd be believers but I'm not buying crap just on his word! Nope, sounds like a scam 100%!
Despite being a regular purchaser online since Amazon started selling books, when I tried to purchase an item through buygoods.com, I got a message saying something like "we're sorry, but you've been flagged as possible fraud" and requiring me to send a copy of my government-issued ID and credit card to complete the transaction.
Since every anti-ID-fraud article I've ever read says never, NEVER do this, I did not comply.
There are plenty of legitimate sellers online, who needs to deal with these guys?
If you ever make and online purchase, and are directed to buygoods.com to complete payment, DON'T DO IT....
They will process your payment, but what they send you does not open, or is not what you paid for. Worse, their supposed '100% No Questions Asked Money Back Guarantee', is a farce, and they WILL cancel your order, but you will not get any of your money back.
They just keep your funds for themselves I guess
I receive hundreds of unsolicited emails every day advertising their products, despite the fact that I have never done business with them and never asked to be added to their mailing list.