I don’t know when this was added to their English-language site:
Going there leads to some head scratching.
The same tablet, but two wildly different prices (even when the discount is factored in).
And going to each listing only makes everything more confusing.
The first listing:
The second listing:
So… what’s the real price? I don’t know and wasn’t about to click further.
And then there’s this:
As stupid-crazy high as that price is, it’s at least one price, not a range.
Looking at the delivery methods is just depressing. Delivery time is twenty to sixty days. That’s ridiculous. The American FTC (Federal Trade Commission) requires thirty-day delivery for mail and online orders — with the requirement that a seller fully refund the price if delivery is not made within thirty days if the buyer doesn’t agree to an extension. Good luck trying that here!
If Teclast thinks this is a good way to sell its tablets, then that company has its head up its ass.
1) There should be a single price.
2) Who the seller is should be made clear.
3) Better delivery methods have to be found so that a product arrives within a week.
Really, having to wait up to sixty days for a “bargain” tablet is just no damn bargain, no matter how it’s looked at.
Teclast has lots of work to do.