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Lame wheel deal from Limprad24@cs.comscbiker
Apr 27, 2002 12:05 AM said that he had a set of downhill wheels for sale, at $450 obo. I offered $424, which he agreed to, and I sent the check. Three weeks later, I hadn't received the wheels, and e-mailed him asking what the deal was. Turns out, it was actually a 'friend of his'. Then, a few days later, after I tried to contact his 'friend', the friend leaves a message that "the wheels were no longer available".

Dude, when you agree to sell something, that's it. When you give someone your address to receive a check, the deal is DONE. Don't be so lame.
Did you get your money back??? (nm)Dave Hickey
Apr 29, 2002 1:54 PM
Did you get your money back??? (nm)gttrek
Apr 30, 2002 4:12 AM
Just FYI always go C.O.D, if the seller will not go COD forget them.
To many of us learned the hard way.
Did you get your money back??? (nm)scbiker
May 1, 2002 7:21 PM
I actually sent it certified mail and put a stop payment on the check once he renig'd on the deal. I have since learned about the COD thing and will be doing that from now on.
Scroll down and read my earlier posts on COD, no protection-nmbrowns110
May 8, 2002 8:37 AM
Did you get your money back??? (nm)browns110
May 9, 2002 2:00 PM
You continue to amaze me with your COD B.S. You are obviously somebody who hasn't done that many deals or shipped that many packages. AGAIN, scroll down to my original post on COD and learn something. Maybe then you won't continue to constantly mis-inform buyers.