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Wilbur Harris
05-05-2016, 10:38 AM
Does anybody know or do business with "Amy @ bjefr dot com". Seems like the real deal but thought I'd check.

Found some references for the domain but not "Amy".

Bert Kemp
05-05-2016, 10:48 AM
I tried to go to the website and got a warning message that it could be an attempt to trick me
I l said noway

Keith Downing
05-05-2016, 2:04 PM
Never heard of them. Google search didn't show up much either other than a couple rarely viewed youtube videos and one unhappy customer that had commented on both videos:

" (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbDUi0y4nulHJarKqsugNAQ)Wayne Rees (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbDUi0y4nulHJarKqsugNAQ)4 days ago (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tYDHQ_mH1Bc&lc=z13kjnp4cx3uenm3d23hdhlofojozvd0n)
We had the F-220 tube, the first was under 100w no where near 220W or more advertised, then it fails within 3 weeks, they replaced it with a second faulty unit, which due to the shipping and installing was over the 300 days warranty. On the website is stated that the warranty is 300 days from the date it leaves the factory, the date on the tube was 15-7-15 and we reported the fault when that tube was 223 days old, yet they would not replace it. so that's a 200% fail rate on the tube. When we arranged to purchase this tube they showed us images of a metal encased twin tube with integral first 45 degree mirror, what we we sent was a nasty and poorly constructed tube that was covered in what I can only describe as white hot melt plastic, which seems to be all that holds the 2x45 mirrors at the end of the tube, so even if it did work the alignment issues would be questionable due to the poor engineering and construction. To rub things in they did offer me the MkII tube at full cost.........as If I would throw more money at such a disreputable company. Nothing to hide here, if you want the photos to show all the evidence they are available, just contact me."