Updated by user Mar 04, 2013
Absolutely untrue. I have all the emails, Steve.
I have the original ad that states the manual and belt are included...they weren't. Your ad promises UPS insured. You sent USPS uninsured. Better believe I wouldn't trust you after that.
I'm going to throw your reputation all over the country and I won't stop until I'm ready to stop. Could be decades. Interesting none of your web information shows where you are. Wonder why?
No lies here,and I have every speck of proof that my side is 100% true. Regarding sending back after my refund...that's what Audiogon decided.
YOU agreed to their terms, then backed out. wrigleybaxter Going to start this ALL over very shortly.
Updated by user Sep 22, 2011
Apparently Steve Huff Photography is either moving to or has moved to Chicago. Checking with my attorney general, he can still be held liable for this once the paperwork is filed through the agencies interested in misleading/fraudulent use of the postal service and internet. People need to know that buyer beware is the most important thing to know when dealing with Steve Huff or Steve Huff Photography.
Original review Aug 22, 2011
The update you submitting will be added to the top of your original review. Cancel Submit You were reading a complaint about Steve Huff. Filing a new complaint about I purchased a Pro-Ject turntable from Steve Huff via Audiogon. Money order was first mistake. He promised to send UPS, insured. The box arrived USPS, uninsured. Turntable plinth was literally broken, rendering the table garbage. He also didn't send the promised manual or turntable belt. Steve Huff didn't refund me even though Audiogon found him at fault. He said I broke the turntable and was trying to rip him off, even though he was supposed to have insured the turntable. Audiogon suspended Steve Huff, yet Steve Hoff continues to sell expensive audio equipment via false names on Audiogon. If you're communicating with Steve Huff under one of his other IDs, you'll eventually discover he's Steve Huff. Back away fast,. You may get ripped off for thousands of dollars, not the several hundred he got me for/. I was contacted some time ago by one guy who was looking at some high end speakers costing thousands of dollars, but once he saw the name Steve Huff, he emailed me!. Hopefully the guy didn't buy from Steve Huff!. Steve Huff is a photographer with a website and he lives in Arizona!. I'm happy to supply all copies of his ad for the broken turntable he sold me and all correspondence between Steve Huff, Audiogon, and me'. I also recommend that you stay away from Audiogon!. They may have suspended Steve Huff, but continue to allow Steve Huff to sell on their site under any number of other names/IDs