example of what i mean and not at all a negative:If you're going back to your question about 'did anyone not receive their knife' then you don't actually care about evidence because you can't prove a negative. If I start a company and sell you a television, by your logic as long as my company existed I could simply claim that it was being delayed and that you couldn't say you hadn't received it, just that you were still waiting. But here we have a mass of customers, even the Survive adherents and defenders, saying that they waited far, FAR beyond claimed delivery estimates and, for those that get tired of it, Survive came up with 'restocking fee' to punish those that request refunds rather than meet their legal obligations and offer refunds to everyone that waits for longer than the estimated delivery date.
Edited to add: If you're serious about reporting them to the FTC, you should be the first to do it. Go to 'Online Shopping' as your category and then you'll see an option 'I was not given opportunity to consent to delay or get a refund' and report them based on that.
customer x paid for a GSO 2.7
SK claims they finished all GSO 2.7s
customer x never got the GSO 2.7
edit: so far i haven't seen evidence of a scam. every time i ask about examples,people change topics.
so far i've only seen evidence that they actually deliver (very,very late)