So I have this guy who I sold my 1900 watt Autotek to. He's sat on the amp since the 29th of July and now wants a refund claiming the amp is messed up. I know for a fact that the amp works as it was removed in perfect working condition as well as tested at my local ABC Electronics. The buyer was kinda shady from the beginning. He did not seem to want to buy it. I insisted that he buy from somewhere else because he was giving me the run around. He wanted me to put it on ebay and do a private auction. I declined. Then after being so ready to still buy that night, his parents happened to go to sleep and he could not send the money. Later that same night he bumps a thread for needing an amp.
That morning I sent him a PM telling him that he should deal with somebody else. Then he sends the money. Few days later (29th of July) amp is in his hands. I know it wasnt damaged during shipping. Ask anybody that I ever shipped to that. You coulda dropped that thing off of anything.
So aside from lookin at his PMs about him spending too much money on the mono amp and trying to sell it for more than I sold it to him a few weeks ago he now wants a refund. He says that it will cost him 150 to get the amp fixed though he never said what was exactly wrong with it, nor have any of his PMs or help here on the forums said anything really about the amp not working right.
Today he said it plays low. Could be that none of the levels were adjusted at all. He does claim to be a n00b, but my thing is this is not buy and try. The whole thing just doesn't seem right.
I will PM the seller so he can have a chance to respond in this thread. Everything I have said is true to my knowledge. I just have a real problem with him having probably either messed up the amp or not wanting it anymore due to seeing something better. From looking at his posts, it looks like he just wants something else.
Faced with this situation, what would you guys do?