Review - Buyer Beware!

by Fred
(Grand Rapids, MI)

It was a pretty little lemon

It was a pretty little lemon

Editor's Note: I have just added a page on my site because I was accused of being alarmist on this page: Dangers of Buying Scooters Online. The new page tries to give another view on buying online. But I have to say, this review reinforces my original opinion about the hazards of buying cheap scooters online! OK, back to Fred... sold me a lemon bike that has had more mechanical failures in one year than any product I've ever owned.

They provided ZERO technical support... ZERO follow through... ZERO warranty support... ZERO resolution through any method I tried.

My advice is don't buy based on price. GO without a bike before buying online from these crooks. Buy local.

Editor's Note: I've read many scooter forum posts along these lines. So, while I'm not saying you can never find a quality scooter deal online, I am saying, "Be careful."

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Nov 04, 2008
i hate yes i said hate them
by: Anonymous

they took my money gave me horrible service and took the phone number down!

Oct 07, 2008
same problem from motorxtremes
by: Anonymous

well i must agree with you. motorxtremes are one of the worst people to deal with. they kept me waiting for so long for my scooter and they cheated me on the specification. the website said it was 90 percent assembled and tested, but when i got the bike, the throtle cable was not even fixed and it was surely not tested for safety. these people in motorxtremes are a bunch of liars, and if u have problem with your bike, trust me, they will never answer your calls. They promised me both 17inch rims, but they sent me one 17inch and the other 14inch. and when i called to ask them, they said its good for stability, thats really bullshit. And now they mail me saying that they have a column saying that its ok for them to make typo errors. So buyers or whoever, think before you plan to deal with this people. If u guys dont believe me, then just post online here and i will be willing to send you guys copies of the email from them hat i have received and their bullshit excuses. thanks

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