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Old 06-03-2012, 09:37 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I always learned alot reading others reviews,so it is my turn to give back. Several years ago i attempted to purchase a road armor bumper direct from them. Paid on my credit card and was told in a month and have i should have delivery of my product because it had to be built, powder coated and shipped, not mention it was the holidays and that would slow it down some. I should have dun my homework first. Long story short six months later I was filing on my credit card because i never recieved the product and kept getting the runaround when I could get ahold of them. After 9 months I finally got my money back. This what I learned the hard way. Several poeple had filed with the BBB on this company at that time. I paid the full amount of the top, never ever do this. I had to file several times on my card and prove my self several times to get my money back. Credit card companies require that you file after 30 days unless you can prove that a longer timeline is valid, and you still may have to file on it again. At the most pay half in advance, and half when it ships, or don't pay till it ships. I ended up buying a Frontier bumper from a local distributor. I was 1/3 the cost and still looks awsome on my tow rig. I hope this helps someone from making the same mistakes I made. I don't know if Road Armor still conducts themselves this was but this was my experience with them.
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Signed up just to bash Road Armor huh?
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Signed up just to bash Road Armor huh?
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And it only took him "several years"
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nobody needs to bash road armor, just look at their reputation on any 4x4 forum, it speaks for itself.

they are crooks who rip off not only their customers, employees as well as their own business partners.
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Old 06-04-2012, 10:06 PM   #7 (permalink)
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They make a good product though. I've got a set of their bumpers sitting in the weeds here at my house
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Old 06-12-2012, 07:34 AM   #8 (permalink)
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Road Armor sucks huh

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Old 06-12-2012, 08:20 AM   #9 (permalink)
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