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There have been some disappointing changes at Rottendog.
Sadly, a few days ago 1/20/2021 marked the 10th year that I stocked Rottendog boards, buying over $1.5 million dollars worth of product in 10 years and certainly putting hundreds of thousands of dollars in to Jim and Linda Knight's pockets so they could retire more than comfortably. Big Daddy became the biggest distributor of Rottendog boards and it helped us become very successful. I say sadly because out of the blue, a new owner bought the company effective Jan 2nd this year, and has decided to become my competitor. He is copying my eBay listings (pictures and wording), has removed Big Daddy Enterprises off the Rottendog site as a distributor, and telling customers 'Rottendog' is not honoring warrantees on defective boards. I was lied to on November 4th when I was called by Jim and the new owner, telling me they were ramping up production of boards and would be in contact about future changes. The last contact I had with Jim was December 4th, when he told me he would send some replacement display boards for incorrect parts in a bundled kit. Never happened. My customer is left with incorrect parts that I will remedy. The next and only time I heard from anyone was today, when the new owner told me I was responsible for warranty repair on a board I paid for in August, as I was the one that sold the product. The board in question was defective, *ALSO* previously repaired and sold to me as new at full price. The new owner made it very clear that in his opinion, I bought from Jim and he had nothing to do with it. I reached out to Jim and his response was basically 'good luck'.
Obviously I won't be restocking any more product as that offer to me didn't happen, and apparently the remaining untested/unfinished product is being dumped on eBay at inflated prices by the new owner, I've seen no new stock being manufactured. I will be liquidating what I have, and replacing with superior XPin and Big Daddy Signature items. As for warranty on my remaining stock, I will offer 6 months from date of sale, however be aware that because so many game problems actually damage the board, I will have to have them returned to see if it a true manufacturing defect, most are not. The biggest scenario is buyers reporting popped fuses. Fuses protect the board from damage the game is causing, it's not a board defect. To be honest, Rottendog received a bad rap but in reality there were very few out of the box bad boards, but it is also a fact Rottendog lied that every board was tested. Their 'last time buy' on unfinished boards clearly showed most boards were 'visually inspected', not tested.
The below inventory is what I have left and I will update as I sell out. Some shown but marked out of stock are simply because I have stock, but I need to test and verify, unlike what Rottendog did. I will be offering specials on certain 'untested' boards on here, Facebook and eBay. Obviously I'm disappointed on the actions of the old Rottendog and the new, but their lack of business ethics will bring them what they deserve.