|Davenport’s Duck Creek Armory Firearms Delivery Problems|
|News Releases - Business & Economy|
|Written by Chris Coleman|
|Monday, 25 November 2013 09:41|
Better Business Bureau News Alert
The Better Business Bureau serving Greater Iowa, Quad Cities and Siouxland Region urges consumers to use caution when doing business with Duck Creek Armory of Davenport, Iowa. This online retailer of firearms has over 25 complaints filed with the BBB concerning the non-delivery of ordered products.
Complainants inform the BBB that they are told by the company that delivery delays are as a result of difficulty obtaining parts. In many cases, customers have been waiting for their products since last spring and are out anywhere from $800 to $1600 dollars. This week the BBB was informed that their phone was out of service and a call by the BBB to their number stated that “the number is temporarily unavailable.”
On November 13, 2013, the BBB sent a letter to the company asking that they address the underlying cause of the influx and pattern of complaints. To date the BBB has not received a response to the letter nor have any of the complaints filed since October 14, 2013, been answered. Duck Creek Armory has earned an “F” grade due to unanswered complaints that are serious in nature. The BBB has been in communication with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) regarding this matter as well as the Davenport Iowa Police Department.
The Better Business Bureau Offers the following tips to consumers looking to purchase goods via the internet:
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