Quoted from ReplayRyan:
I think Allen was the man in charge though, so perhaps with his passing Treasure Cove will not be anything like it once was.
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Quoted from treasurecove:
DODGE STOP NOW!! You wont post this kind of BS against my brother!! Understand! And regarding your posts here you made a week ago?? Sorry I don't read this forum, which is different from sending "direct emails like you said" a week ago, texts! You could have easily just called me a week ago...but didn't ...as if you didn't have my phone number..expecting me to read posts you made about a problem you have?? Ridiculous! Since I haven't seen any invoice of what you bought, who you bought it from.. or the price you paid, I have refunded your paypal $149 for what Arcadeshop.com charges for a new one. If you paid more, then you should have asked here the best place to buy it on the forum first before ordering.or contacted me first before buying it. Do me and my late brother a favor and donate your old MPU board to someone financially strapped on the forum here that could seriously use it. And the next time you have a problem with a game or a part, try calling the vendor first before posting negativity on all the forums.
what about checking boards in pins before you sell them ?
wouldnt that be the proper thing. would save all the grief.
"thoroughly tested, and working 100%" ?
Quoted from PinballManiac40:
Receiving a replacement board may only be half the battle. On the OP's other thread where he originally made light of the damaged board, I requested pictures 7 days ago of the MPU wired connectors once they were disconnected. It is very likely many of these will need to be repined based on how much damage I see in the picture. So now, who will eat this cost in the OP has to call someone over to do the work?
what should have happened? in business, if this was overlooked i would have taken the machine back, and replaced the board for the customer, and ANY other mechs that needed replacing.... good customer service. it goes a long way.
Quoted from SoCalPinballs:
When a credit is given by Paypal, it some times treats it like an echeck and it takes 3 days before it shows up in your account. Hopefully this is what happened.
a e-check will at least show up under the buyers paypal account/overview as being received.. but not cleared.
it will give an estimate clear date, usually 3/5 business days
exactly. why does ray care? in the first place, HE should have bought the board and replaced it then send out a 100% working machine. not let the buyer have to address issues himself.
didnt notice the corrosion? didnt look that hard then.
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