Stay Away from Ghost Armor...
Yesterday I happened to be in the local mall with my 1 week old Sprint SGT and the guys at Ghost Armor flagged me down to sell me their product.
After listening to the sales talk, I decided to go with the Carbon Fiber back cover normal clear front.
20 minutes later I return and see the guy finishing the install by using an exacto knife around the camera on the back of the Tab. He hands it to me and it looks like my 5 year old son cut this out with a set of children scissors. The straight edges are not straight, the corners are a series of three straight cuts and he cut the circles out for the camera AFTER it was on using an exacto knife.
I tell him Im not happy and he says he will do it again.
Come back 20 minutes later and its just as bad as the first time. He says that they do not have the pre-cut SGT kit in carbon fiber and that he will order one and call me in two weeks when he has it. I tell him this is unacceptable and I want a refund.
He refuses to give me a refund stating that custom work is not refundable. I am not sure how this is legal given they have you pay before even seeing the product. After about ten minutes of heated discussion I ask for their names so I can contact their corporate customer service and all three employees refuse to tell me their names.
I tell the most loud of the three that I would like him to call security thinking a rent-a-cop could at least compel them to give me their names. He goes completely off the handle, starts SCREAMING " SECURITY, SECURITY". About 2 minutes later the security guard shows up and panics because the Ghost Armor employee is swearing, waving his arms and circling the kiosk like a rabid rhino.
He calls the local police department...
They must have been in the mall because they arrived quicker than the security guard and explain to me that they cannot compel the employees to provide their names, and that they will make a record of the incident.
I was also stopped by another mall customer who said she had recorded the entire thing on her camera phone and that she would email me the video so I could use it against the employees if I chose to take them to small claims court.
Today I received the video and its incredible... Alot of what the employee was doing/saying I did not catch when it was actually happening.
Needless to say, I came home an peeled the carbon fiber sticker off and sure enough there are two sets of CUTS around each of the circles for the camera.
I am not sure if corporate will provide any assistance, but at this point I am displeased enough to take this as far as I can.