I paid $ 35 for a 2-year-old rootsock for a goji berry plant that would produce berries soon after it grew. Unfortunately, the root looked dead and shriveled when it arrived, but I soaked it and prepared tested soil | as instructred to plant giving it one year to come up. This year, I could not even locate the root, it must have rotted into the soil. I contacted Tamara [email protected] of Dancing Creek Farms the seller for clarification of instructions to make certain I did it correctly last year. She did send cursory instruction clarifications. This year, nothing came up, but Tamara won’t answer my emails asking for refund or replacement | of the dead root she sent last year. I notice there are BBB reports about Dancing Creek Farms and she no longer | sells goji berry roots this year. I am assuming she has ripped off a lot of others the same as she did me with no | refunds or replacements. Beware! it looks like Dancing Creek Farms (434) 685-1673 is now a dog boarding | place, and the website looks like a great place to board dogs, but based on my goji berry root experience, Tamara is not to be trusted since she won’t take responsibility for poor product and service delivery with many unresolved complaints at BBB and bad reviews elsewhere. I’m still waiting for her reply to my emails about the dead root. It looks like her goji berry root site | Buy Live Goji Berry Plants | (434) 685-1673 | is no longer live. I wonder why? No, really. We just don’t expect people who work with plants and animals to be | con artists like Tamara. That is why I am writing this report, to warn others of the $35 ripoff for a dead root, a sale she won’t even acknowledge with replies to my emails. This is the true test of the ripoff artist like Tamara: | they never reply to your complaints or refund requests for bad products and then dissolve the selling site hoping you just can’t find them any longer. Shame on you Tamara. At least email and apologize or something!
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