I took a chance on this 70's Jazz

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Re: I took a chance on this 70's Jazz

Postby felig » Tue Jun 10, 2008 6:59 am

Great news, Ken--it will be interesting to see what the seller has to say about it should he relist it.
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Re: I took a chance on this 70's Jazz

Postby Ken » Mon Jun 16, 2008 8:55 pm

I'm pleased to let everyone know that Paypal settled my claim in my favor and refunded the full amount of the purchase price less shipping. I'm out shipping both ways, but am glad that I was able to get what I was--PP says they're still trying to get more from the seller, but I'm not holding my breath. Thanks for everybody's support. I've learned a lot from this experience.
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Re: I took a chance on this 70's Jazz

Postby ReneGiust » Mon Jun 16, 2008 9:26 pm

I've learned a lot from this experience.


I've had a similar classroom experience. There's some good, basic "Internet Bass Gear Transaction Training 101" type instructors here.

In fact, didn't I hear of a "Badass Bass Buyer Instructional DVD" coming out soon? Maybe it's on Youtube by now...I'll go look. Be right back....
Rene Giust

"When it's all said and done, P basses and cockroaches will roam the Earth." - Harleyyy
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Re: I took a chance on this 70's Jazz

Postby steveonbass » Mon Jun 16, 2008 10:52 pm

I've never been burned by a seller (yet - most likely). A couple buyers (actually non-buying auction winners) have tested my meddle in a serious way.

Glad everything turned out ok ken. phew!
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