Posted by skip on October 07, 2003 at 11:21:57:
In Reply to: Re: ebay purchase ----AU-D11II posted by BeatleFred on October 06, 2003 at 22:40:24:
: I strongly suggest that you make this situation known to Ebay so that you can get the negative fdbk he gave you removed from your record.
: Dickson (an 'apt' name) attempted to resell the damaged AU-D11 II on Ebay after he got it back, along with another one he had that I had bid on using the Buy It Now Option- and after I found about what happened, the transaction was cancelled, though it was not a pleasant experience to resolve the problem with him. Of course, he made no mention at all when he relisted it on Ebay that it was damaged in transport when he had sent it to you.
: B/F (hopefully Dickson learned a lesson for himself about deceiving people)
i had done a quick check on ebays site re/getting negative removed and it didnt seem likely. though now with your eperience re-iterated im going to take a shot at it. can you email me with the particulars when you cancelled? or post it here. did you hear of the damaged unit as you were bidding on the other one. ill also mention to ebay your negative experience as part of my message to them if its o.k. with you... i would like the negative removed if possible. thanks for your support fred.
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