Originally Posted by Dark_Knight_335
I know how shitty it can feel man. I've definitely been on the receiving end of both sides.
I've been sold deceptive crap that didn't meet my expectations through Amazon- one of them even including a bootleg version of Dre beats!
I contacted the seller, with of course no response, then I contacted Amazon, and not only did I get a monetary refund, but I kept the damn things and ripped them apart and threw them in the garbage lol.
Some buyers I sold to I had goofed up with as well. It was out of sheer ignorance, but I made it right and made it up to them by getting the parts they needed off of my car in one case for an intake, even meeting up and going to Home Depot with them to get the tools to get the stubborn part off my car for them, and in another case paypal'd the money the guy needed for the clamps he needed to install my performance exhaust.
People fail to realize, it's not always the sale that matters most, but the support you provide afterward in the event of the rare snag a buyer may encounter, and the type of service you provide from posting your product right up to the point of sale.
As a seller, for me personally, these are THE most important parts of my obligation, not the product itself.
Wow glad Amazon took care of that. How'd you know they were fakes?
Completely agree about the seller though. I sold a guy my Valentine radar to a member here, he received it and after a day it didn't work. No idea what happened but I paid for some of the repair bill to help him out.