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Is Basestationsupply.com a legit website?

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I'm just trying to figure out if Basestationsupply.com is a legitimate website. Prices are listed at 50-60% of everybody else. Has anybody purchased from this site? Thanks.

This right here should raise a red flag:
Our customer service is available 24/7. Call us at (555) 555-0123.

Not a valid phone number. So, either someone used a canned website and didn't bother to change the default, or really doesn't want anyone to call for customer service.

That alone would indicate, to me, that you are at high risk of getting hosed on any purchases you make.
 

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This release of Magento was done in Nov. 2017, and they are currently on v. 2.3.5ish.

Look at that copyright date...

this looks shady af.

I was bored and used one of my burner emails to ask them if they were legit, and that their website looks shady...can't wait for the response.
 

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This right here should raise a red flag:
Our customer service is available 24/7. Call us at (555) 555-0123.

Not a valid phone number. So, either someone used a canned website and didn't bother to change the default, or really doesn't want anyone to call for customer service.

That alone would indicate, to me, that you are at high risk of getting hosed on any purchases you make.
On top of that, I like how the website hasn't had it's index picture changed Screenshot
 

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damnit, doesn't specify if it's crystal controlled or synthesized.
 

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Ok, thanks for the reviews, I think I'm not going to risk it. I sent an email 2 days ago, they haven't replied yet.
 
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