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Old 05-01-2009, 02:09 PM
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This while situation started from a item I sold on eBay, it got beat up in shipping and broke the shocks. I told the buyer I would take care of it( this is a month ago) so I bought and paid for a set of shocks on here from a member( only ten bucks) and I have not heard from this guy or seen the shocks in about 3 weeks, meanwhile the guy that bought the truck from me has filed a dispute on paypal all because this guy can't send my shocks or at least let me know what's goin on.
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Old 05-01-2009, 03:43 PM
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been a minute since we talked bub but the only thing you can do is buy another set of shocks and have them sent right to the guy.. what was the R/C you sold him?
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Old 05-01-2009, 05:27 PM
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it was a hilux with rc10 gt shocks
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Old 05-01-2009, 07:31 PM
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shouldnt sell a truck that not 100% ready to ship.
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Old 05-01-2009, 08:17 PM
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Wat are you talking bout
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Old 05-01-2009, 09:36 PM
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Originally Posted by savageboy69 View Post
Wat are you talking bout
sorry read the posst wrong like a douche sorry savage

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Old 05-01-2009, 09:54 PM
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Originally Posted by smokinu View Post
what your first and second posts said was you sold a truck before you had the shocks thats all on you... you should not sell a truck that is missing shocks
he said they got broke from shipping the truck out to the guy.
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I find that I'm surprisingly curious as to just what sort of shock breakage could occur INSIDE A BOX...they're off-road shocks (RC10GT) for crying out loud, they're SUPPOSED to take a pounding and come back for more.
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Old 05-01-2009, 11:03 PM
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It was basicaly the cap on one and the plastic piece on the bottom of the other
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Old 05-02-2009, 12:36 AM
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I would have just refund the amount of the parts, could be no more then $10
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well the guy wont get anything from paypal, he got an item in the mail, if its not what he wanted, thats something he has to take up with you, not paypal. Your trying to take care of it, and what you should do is file a dispute yourself for the shocks you bought, or just refund the amount for replacement pieces for the shocks like the post above.
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Originally Posted by onebeatuptc3 View Post
well the guy wont get anything from paypal, he got an item in the mail, if its not what he wanted, thats something he has to take up with you, not paypal. Your trying to take care of it, and what you should do is file a dispute yourself for the shocks you bought, or just refund the amount for replacement pieces for the shocks like the post above.
Not exactly true. Had the original sale been made here on RC Tech (or anywhere besides e-Bay) you'd be correct...if the buyer receives ANYTHING then PayPal says they're no longer involved. It looks, however, as if the original transaction was via e-Bay so the buyer MAY have more pull with PayPal via the e-Bay connection.

Either way, at this point (especially as long as it's been), you need to get your buyer taken care of NOW and deal with your seller (buying shocks) on your own. Since it appears you've promised your buyer new shocks (and he's been waiting FAR too long at this point) you should offer him a refund of the price of the shocks or to pick some up from a REPUTABLE online seller (like Stormers or some such) and get them to him ASAP.
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Originally Posted by smokinu View Post
shouldnt sell a truck that not 100% ready to ship.
reread the post. he said it got beat up during shipping.
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Originally Posted by Graphite07 View Post
reread the post. he said it got beat up during shipping.
read my next post idiot!
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was insurance offered? if buyer didnt purchase shipping insurance than thats too bad...however, i call BS on the parts being "broken" in shipping. If they are broke they were likely broke before shipping.
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