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  • Problem with Woodcrafter's Emporium

    Woodcrafters Emporium, also known, it seems as Ford Enterprises are in London, Ontario. I ordered some baltic birch from them on Oct 17th and not a squeak from them since.

    Two phone calls - one to their toll free number and one to their normal phone number - resulted in me getting only a recorded message, and on neither occasion have they got back to me.

    Has anyone had any dealings with these people?

    Ian
    Ian

    Scrolling with a Dewalt 788

  • #2
    My only dealings with that outfit led me to believe they are spammers and scammers and rip off artists. . They wouldn't answer me either after they had processed my order.
    I ordered scrollsawing magazines from them years ago with my credit card. They took my money and I recieved not a single issue in return. I would never deal with them again and would not recommend them to anyone.

    I don't know anything about Woodcrafters Emporium.
    Back when I dealt with them it was just Ford Enterprises.
    W.Y.
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    • #3
      Thanks for that Bill - sounds a bit worrying - not a graet deal of money involved - about 30 something C$ but perhaps I need to contact my credit card company.

      Ian
      Ian

      Scrolling with a Dewalt 788

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