anybody selling? eh? eh?
You CANNOT trust feedback on Ebay, I can buy a book at Barnes and Noble right now that will show me how to generate thousands of feedbacks without anyone ever purchasing my product. It's really easy! All it takes is about an hour, and some simple programming skills. Dosen't even really require the programming skills, the book has the scripts and such right in it. I know a few computer folk that make a living ripping people off on Ebay, that's why I won't buy anything that looks like it's a for-profit company. Only independant sources, selling one item or a group of related items. Becareful on there man, it's easier to get ripped off than it is to get the right product. I bought gauges on there once, supposed to be for my SC2. It came as the gauges for the SC1, when I wanted to exchange them for the correct fitting parts, I was told that I had to submit a photo of the gauges stock, the gauges with the 'new' overlays, and then submit IN WRITING, what the problem was. I was then told that I would be contacted in 6-8 weeks by a company rep, who would evaluate my claim! Classic gimmick, nothing illegal, but they know that you will not go through all the steps for a $20 part. My bad feedback was there for one day, and then completely vanished. Another easy computer script, it just generates a few thousand and pushes the bad feedback off the list.xtremesc2 said:yeah it was thru him, but he has good feedback......ill be patient.
did he powdercoat them the color u wanted or something?