Rhinomart Inc. is a wholesale distributor, located in Chino, California. This company has had several complaints filed against it with the Attorney's General Office, the Better Business, and the local California Business Licensing Office. There are many other complaints against this company on complaint boards like Ripoffreport.com and Complaintsboard.com.
So what is the point of filing a complaint? We look to our suppliers and distributors, not only for great products and prices, but great service. This company is fraudulent. We owe it to one another to report companies like these. These Internet thieves rob each trusting person out of countless numbers of dollars each day. We need to know that we can do something about it. We need to take a stand.
I purchased products from Rhinomart in the past. They were slow on shipping, but they finally did ship my products. Now it has been over 3 months, (order placed 2/22/11), still have not received my purchase of $173.34 as of 5/7/2011. I wanted to share this story, so that people who have been victimized by this company can rise up, and fight back. People like this need to be shut down, made to pay every dime back and be dealt with according to the law.
If you have been a victim of Rhinomart Inc. (Rhinomart.com), here's some steps you can take:
- First, gather all pertinent information necessary for filing a complaint. File a complaint with the following companies, The Better Business Bureau at http://www.bbb.org and the Attorney General of California at http://ag.ca.gov/contact/complaint_form.php?cmplt=CL
- Be vigilant. Be sure to check out a company that you are unfamiliar with, if you feel that they are not legitimate. If a company is unreachable, and does not respond to your legitimate concerns, then that's a red flag right there. You can find information on a company to see whether they are legitimate by contacting the city in which the business exists; the local licensing department. You can also check the Better Business Bureau, though all companies may not be listed. This doesn't mean they are bad if they are not, so don't fret. You can also visit RipoffReport.com at http://www.ripoffreport.com and search the name of businesses. People use these boards to spread the news of fraud. Also, keep up with your local business news sites. Many stories pop up in the local and federal news about the bad guys.
- Be sure to use a credit card so that you can dispute any fraudulent transactions with your credit card company. Don't deal with checks or money orders. Services like PayPal and Google Checkout assist buyers with Fraudulent Transactions. So if you use any of these services, then you are covered.
- Keep accurate records of your purchases, in case you need to refer back to records, should a problem arise.
- Stay safe on the Internet. If you do use your credit card on the Internet with a company, be sure they are using a secure website. You should see https:// during the checkout page. It is actually required by law for companies who process credit cards these days to have an SSL certificate in place, with the exception of those companies who strictly use PayPal. Paypal handles the SSL encryption needed for credit card processing. For those who process Visa, Mastercard, Discover, American Express, etc, then, I would advise you to use extreme caution against sites that do not have SSL encryption.
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