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47th Digital, New York City

Categories: Gift & Specialty Shops, Shopping
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1/5 based on 35+ reviews on the web
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  • Avoid this shop from any type of shopping. They will cheat you for sure. and they will charge you atleast 10 times the market price for camera, lens, projectors any thing you buy from there. And all t...  read more »
  • Fraud and noraliclari have existed decades ago buzzed electronics product shop. Anyway have a bad reputation. Only bargain shop here is a postcard. Nice nice price of $ 10 each in the table 1. I recommend thinking wrong tryin' to change $ 1 right hand, hurry up and buy. Incidentally, look in your wallet or handbag! Go inside if possible clerk to "Yes" and try to pass the $ 1. So shop now at this price you can buy postcards.
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  • Ripoff bait and switch shop, sold me into a $150 Digital Advance camera lens for $500. I filed a complaint to them - no response. Then disputed the sale with my credit card issuer who contacted them -...  read more »
  • Theives, liars and con-artists. Stay away from ANY electronic store including 47th Digital in the Times Square area. Don't know how New York City continues to let them operate.
  • I went in to see what lenses the had for my camcorder, I had a lense that cost $15 on it, they were trying to sell me one for $250 which they said should have been $700 and it wasn’t as good as my $15 ebay lens, they were very insulting when I said no! Stay well away from this bunch!!
  • Liars, Cheaters, Scum of the Earth.. Do not shop here..
  • I went in to buy batteries and was pressured into buying a Canon lens. The guy was charming during the sales process and then I stupidly signed what he described as a guarantee form without checking it thoroughly. Turned out that form waived my rights to a refund and isn't a guarantee at all. I paid $350 for what is probably worth $40. When I later went back (more to confirm my suspicion that I had been ripped off than with any hopes of a refund) the guy was hostile and defensive. Don't go near this store!
  • I did not buy ANYTHING, and YOU better do the same! I have never seen anything like this before. The guy did not talk understandable English and he was mumbling some numbers until I asked him to talk "loud and clear", I experienced the prices written above. When I told him that SD card can cost maximally 40$, the rest is comedy: he said: "It is high-speed..." me: "Well, that must be infinite-high-speed" he: "OK, OK, I give you all for 500$" me: "I'll look around, bye,..." he: "Hey, I give you all for 400$" me: "If you give me for 200$, I wouldn't buy it, bye!" he: "@#$%#$@" I ordered all items on-line, with 24h delivery and got it for 287$, including TAX & delivery to my hotel room. I am asking my self why nobody arrest them? They deserve -(*****) :-)
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