Even though it wasn’t posted prominently in the store, everything is as is, all sails final. They never told me and I have a witness. But, if they are claiming “as is”, by law they are supposed to send the exact item I looked at. Well, they didn’t so I started a charge back. They sent the sleaziest reply and got Capital One to send them $537.00 their way. There was not one shred of truth in their charge back dispute. They even stated I was completely satisfied and that I dropped the dispute. I had to laugh and be pissed at the same time. | I am not going to drop this issue. I am ready to pay more than the table is worth just to get them to stop screwing people. It may not stop them but it will surely send a message. I am not giving up. | When you deal with a business, you expect a reasonable amount of fairness. Well, this time I didn’t. They claimed I signed an “as is” agreement and to my surprise, I did. I gave them my credit card and then had me sign a slip. I thought I was signing to approve the credit charge but they snuck in the “as is” clause without telling me. I imagine this is their way of ensuring you buy the item by not telling you about “as is” and make sure you are legally bound to buy it. | This is not the reasonable expectation of fairness that one would expect!


  • Name: Overstock Furniture & Mattress
  • Country: United States
  • State: Florida
  • City: West Melbourne
  • Address: 205 Palm Bay Rd. NE #145
  • Phone: 321-499-7725
  • Website: www.overstock.com/