6 replies 379 views Edited Dec 19, 2012
The "Statue of Greatness" looks really cool based off the 3D pic when shopping, and the description says it's...."massive in both ego and SIZE" . Huh? Ok, this statue is smaller than most of the Greek statues! Your avi is almost as tall. Why say in the description that it's massive if indeed it's small? And for $5.99 !!!!! What!!!! Well, I will say this, it's not as bad as the Platinum Picture Frame $4.99, in which you can't even upload pictures to it, and it's so small you can hardly see it, more like a sparkle active item on the wall. Gosh dang it Sony. I understand their object in making money, but to COMPLETELY mislead customers this way is just not right. I like the statue, but obviously the price doesn't fit, maybe .99 would be better.
Dec 19, 2012
This statue is very old and probably was the largest (or one of them) items for sale back then. Yes it is still a scam in my eyes also. But then, some people love their 'bling'ed out crap and their gold whatevers so this caters to that clientelle. you fell hook line and sinker, but dont worry you are in good company. I know a few who bought into that statue. The way I looked at it back in the day was always 'I could buy a personal space for that much'...
Dec 19, 2012
Dec 21, 2012
If you think for even a moment that it's not done on purpose, you're out of your gourd. Any purchase, even a remorseful one, is still a purchase. Sure, sometimes Sony gives refunds. But most won't bother jumping through the hoops to do so. So ultimately, underhandedness = profit.