11-21-2002, 02:38 PM
Anyone ever get scammed by the "White Van" speaker guys?
Its really sad the many unsuspecting people get duped like this.
Dogg Digital (http://www.doggdigitalaudio.com/Home.html) is the name that usually comes up when people talk about the "White Van" guys.
They do have a cool website tho :D
Heres an article:
Moral of the story:
11-21-2002, 03:07 PM
I almost did....
I was driving in the parking lot to go to Vons and these :assclown: s in a white van were like, "you wanna buy some speakers?" so i was like...ok..lemme see what these guys got. They "looked" alright on the outside, they were in a box (i forgot what brand tho). Like i said, they looked ok, but when i asked where why they were doing it and where they got em from, they said, "Were delivery guys and the place had left overs so we took em." or some crap like that. Then they kept tellin me how that day was their lucky day blah blah blah, they making all profits cuz they didnt buy em, adn they wanted $200 for em. I almost broke down and bought em, but when i asked em to lemme try em at my home (which was a mile away) they gave me some lame a s s excuse and jammed. Turns out my bro comes home with a set of speakers a couple months ago. I asked him where he got em and....u guessed it....from 2 guys in a white van. He paid like $500 for em. They worked, but they werent anything special. Even though I know my bro got f ucked, i think when ppl dont stop and think for a second, or dont do their research when it comes to prices, serves em right....
11-21-2002, 03:20 PM
Snoop has his own speaker line :think: