Did you notice that the winning bidder had given negative feedback on him twice--kind of odd--why would you bid on someone that you had not one, but two previous bad experiences with?
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It seems like small potatoes, but if you look at some of the completed auction, he had a $4,800 macintosh PC. He starts out with DVDs and CDs, then into McIntosh home theater, Lexicon, and the likes.
His deal with buying is this. No ddeposit, he sends you $1,000 for a $3,000 item, a copy of a license, not his, anyone can get a fake, and then you send him the goods (part of his negotiation) and that will be the last you hear from him. "oh, it is in the mail", "my car is broken", to no responses at all.
Correct me if I am wrong, but I don't think AudioGon allows names to be posted, otherwise I would gladly.
Theres another one out there advertising items on ebay as mint and then sending broken items.It happened to me and he gave me excuses for 40 days then emails me and tells me it was his friend using his account.I filed fraud complaint and went to leave feedback and the piece of ----! unregistered.Email me for his information if interested.