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post #31 of 113 (permalink) Old 06-30-2009, 10:51 PM
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Buyer or Seller's Forum Name: xpanterax
Item(s) Purchased: Stock Boost Gauge
Amount of Purchase (optional): $40 USD shipped
Seller/Buyer Rating(1-10): 1
Further Comments: shipped gauge in bubble wrap envelope (arrived non-functional)
connector was cut off
Will not be a repeat customer in the future
The only reason it's not a 0 is that he did respond quickly with pm's etc before the sale, just not after I pm'd when it arrived busted


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post #34 of 113 (permalink) Old 07-10-2009, 10:16 AM
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Buyer or Seller: Buyer
Buyer or Seller's Forum Name: xpanterax
Item(s) Purchased: Stock Boost Gauge
Amount of Purchase (optional): $40 USD shipped
Seller/Buyer Rating(1-10): 1
Further Comments: shipped gauge in bubble wrap envelope (arrived non-functional)
connector was cut off
Will not be a repeat customer in the future
The only reason it's not a 0 is that he did respond quickly with pm's etc before the sale, just not after I pm'd when it arrived busted
Ok first of all, the connectors is any easy fix and having a boost gauge that have wires coming out of them is what everyone wants, connectors are just minor and the unit did work when I pulled it from my car. Second the bubble wrap mailer failing was not my fault. The post office is garbage but they don't give two shits about their mail. Obviously I will have to mail everything in a box from here on out, usps was not my fault.
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post #35 of 113 (permalink) Old 07-11-2009, 02:40 PM
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What everyone doesn't realize about shipping with ANY company, is that there is a large conveyer that unloads the packages, it is 3ft high and drops onto a concrete floor. So you should package your items to survive a 3ft drop onto a concrete floor, because that is what may happen during shipping if it happens to be among the 1st items unloaded. There are just way too many packages to be concerned with TLC for them, that is the job of whoever packages them.

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Is this thread going to turn into a flame fest everytime someone posts an honest dissatisfied feedback?

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Buyer or Seller's Forum Name: xpanterax
Item(s) Purchased: Stock Boost Gauge
Amount of Purchase (optional): $40 USD shipped
Seller/Buyer Rating(1-10): 1
Further Comments: shipped gauge in bubble wrap envelope (arrived non-functional)
connector was cut off
Will not be a repeat customer in the future
The only reason it's not a 0 is that he did respond quickly with pm's etc before the sale, just not after I pm'd when it arrived busted
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Ok first of all, the connectors is any easy fix and having a boost gauge that have wires coming out of them is what everyone wants, connectors are just minor and the unit did work when I pulled it from my car. Second the bubble wrap mailer failing was not my fault. The post office is garbage but they don't give two shits about their mail. Obviously I will have to mail everything in a box from here on out, usps was not my fault.
Ok, You've each had a post to say your peace. People can make a decision on their own from here.

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What everyone doesn't realize about shipping with ANY company, is that there is a large conveyer that unloads the packages, it is 3ft high and drops onto a concrete floor. So you should package your items to survive a 3ft drop onto a concrete floor, because that is what may happen during shipping if it happens to be among the 1st items unloaded. There are just way too many packages to be concerned with TLC for them, that is the job of whoever packages them.
Im of the same opinion.

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Is this thread going to turn into a flame fest everytime someone posts an honest dissatisfied feedback?
No. I will try to give people an opportunity to explain themselves and reply once as long as they can keep it reasonable.


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Seller/Buyer Rating(1-10): 10
Further Comments: Great seller, had good prices on the rims and when I whent to pick them up he had some other things around and the price was too good to pass up. I would defenetly buy from him again.

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Further Comments:Item was exactly as described in his thread. He arranged to meet me for pick up and was very easy to communicate with. Thanks a ton!
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