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On the main Audiogon screen click on the "Help" tab in yellow towards the top of the page and this will allow you to contact Audiogon directly with your concerns and the information that you have received.
It is laudable that you are doing your part to eliminate misinformation on the site. This folderol diminishes all of us. Thanks.
At this point you should Link the Agon ad listing so Agon can stop the sale so the poor sucker that bought the equipment won't get screwed.
He actually sold it locally, so manually ended his ad. I did receive a message from him that was meant to go to the local guy though. He was telling him how he would never find another NEW cat at this price again. I just don't understand why people lie about stereo equipment of all things Lol.. I mean really this is just a hobby and meant to be fun.
I'm surprised that happened. The huge majority of item for sale on this site, and the volume seems much less than it was previously, are sold by dealers.
Generally, since this is now mainly a dealer site, while the variety is down and the costs are way up, the quality is excellent. most of these guys have been around for years, and stand behind their products.
But as everyone says, keep asking questions.
Is this the Convergent audio SL1 Renaissance in question?
If so, because you think the seller is giving misleading information in the ad about the equipment, you should report a complaint by clicking on the 'Report this listing' found in the lower left hand side of the ad just below 'Ask the seller a public question'.
Agon ad in question?
Yes that's the one. He isn't claiming absolutely new in this new ad but the information above is the full story. Like I said I felt comfortable making an offer last time after knowing the full story. But I thought the item was sold when I started this topic on how to disclose information to everyone. My intent with the topic wasn't necessarily to force the ad to be removed as the dealer comfirmed the item is real, the intent was more to ask if there was a way to let everyone know the full story of an ad when they find out that the information being provided isn't fully true.