I bought a Taser stun-gun from World Net Enterprises. The gun they sold me had such a hard trigger that neither my wife nor my teenage son was able to squeeze it.Upon some research I discovered that Taser makes three models with varying degrees of trigger resistance ranging from 5 to 20 lbs. The one they sold me required 20 lbs trigger pressure. When I asked them to replace it with a softer trigger model, Mr. David Finley the CEO and the President got involved personally. (One could only imagine the size of that “giant enterprise” where it takes a CEO to handle a replacement of $450 purchase). He hustled me for almost a month and at the end refused to make an exchange. Having exchanged with him a few emails, I am convinced that Mr. Finley is a man with an oversized and sick ego. In fact, it gets in the way of common sense and good business practices.World Net Enterprises boasts that they are 11 websites selling over 1 million products. In reality this little outfit is one of those merchants trying to be all things to all people. It is one of the worst places to shop. The reason they sold me wrong stun-gun was because they are technically incompetent. I’ve learned that they are not only predatory and unfair, but their prices are usually much higher than those of their competitors. It is ruthlessly unfair merchant with little regard for customers. Customer satisfaction is a cynical joke there. They surround themselves with their own little self-serving “policies” to avoid any responsibility for what they sell.Stay away from them!