I ordered a Nikon D200 used body from Le Camera, and got the shock of my life! I've read Shutterbug for many years, and have seen their ads, but never ordered anything from them. They advertised a Nikon D200 body at $599.95; $400.00 off of the regular price. Sounded like a good deal, so I jumped on it. I failed to check resellerratings.com. Later on in the day, I get this email from a Phat Le from Le Camera stating that the price was incorrect, and that my credit card was not charged. I decided to have a "look see", and found that Le Camera had charged my card. I'm now in the process of getting my money back. Luckily I have the military lawyers to deal with unscrupulous businesses. Even though Le Camera has advertised in Shutterbug for many years, don't trust them. This is a classic case of bait, and switch.
Unfortunately, many do not know all they have to do is call their credit card company, and dispute the charge -- immediately the charge will be canceled and they will get a form to fill out and return to the credit card customer service. (Ask if you should return the item -- Show proof of return and include this information on the form.) After approval, the charge is removed completely and any interest charges.