I'm not going to lock it.
Why would I send them back without a refund FIRST, so I can lose more money when he doesn't refund me, yeah, no thanks. And trust me, I have more positive feedback than him on other sites.
having postive feedback doesnt mean anything. i could have 500 references on this site, and still scam someone.
imo i don't think its about the money as you are trying to make it seem its more of the principal of the thing, you saying you didn't inspect them before shipping is just negligent on your part. i know who douglee is and he has been around the forums for a while now. doubt he would try to scam you on $25 mids
Why would I cut the surround on some $25 mids and have to deal with a refund and shipping them back. If you seriously think I am trying to scam him you aren't thinking straight.
was a couple years ago but it appears he has pulled the same thing on other people before too....
sold a phone and didnt mention it wasnt unlocked.... BECAUSE NO ONE ASKED....
I wont personally deal with either of them.
item was in great shape however not unlocked when desc. said it was russell_wong007 ( 83) May-27-07 19:09
Reply by douglas.leejr (May-28-07 18:36):
Nowhere in description did it say the phone was unlocked. Look for yourself.
BUT, for the buyer, he could actually have had a pair of these that were cut, then bought yours, not making it seem like the ones he got from you were cut....so basically he gets a working pair of mids and "trades in" his flawed pair.
I've seen that scam a few times around here. Gotta write down serial numbers these days!
Not trying to be a ****, but what ever happened to "buyer beware"? Asking questions about the condition of an item you plan on buying is a generally accepted principle of forum shopping. The buyer could have saved himself a lot of trouble if he just asked about the condition of the mids or for some better pics of them prior to purchase. A buyer can typically smell a scam a mile away when they ask the right questions.
That being said, the seller could have looked them over and accurately described what he was selling. If nothing else he could have covered his *** by putting "condition unknown, sold as-is, no returns".
Overall this is a cluster****. If both parties exercised a little more common sense this whole situation could have been avoided.
He sent me a tracking number on 1 of the Kinetiks he sold and I should get it tomorrow. So far my transaction has gone fairly smoothly
Bump for Friday.
Just got the refund, finally.