Originally Posted by Donkey Brolic
You're a bigger man than me. I did not see this turning out this way and I don't think I'd refund anything at all if I thought I gave the guy a fair deal. Not to mention the whole as-is thing. Buyer is getting away with negligence at a minimum. At least this will go away now.
The term as is does not apply if the product sold is not what the seller claimed it to be and what the buyer agreed to purchase. It falls on the seller to make sure that the product he is selling IS in fact what he claims it to be.
You can detect right away those that are going to be shaky, and that will fall behind and those that are very hungry, and that hunger you will have to develop. You gotta create a goal for yourself whatever that may be, a short term goal and a long term goal and you gotta go after that. And if you donít see it, and if you donít believe it, who else will?