No, I've never ordered from them, and never would have until I saw that incredible BBB review you posted giving a company an A+ rating with a grand total of two (count them, yes, 2!) BBB reported delivery issues worldwide over the last 36 months. (Actually, I'll stick with Tiger Direct. The few problems I've had have with them always been resolved 100% to my satisfaction.)
But anyways, "not let the order be canceled" you say? Was the order paid for in cash? You always have the right to refuse payment on a credit card order for non-delivery or breach of contract terms, and your payment isn't due for at least 20 days from purchase (so you can always determine if it hasn't come on time before you pay).
I'm not trying to give you a hard time, jpiszcz. There's even a possibility you're right about this (I think it's a very small possibility). But maybe it's better for you not cite an A+ BBB rating to try to advance your case against the company's business practices... or if you do, heck at least don't give the link!