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I think I got scammed, what do you think?


By dkeruza

4 years ago



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    #45 4 years ago

    I love all the people saying that the seller doesn't have to provide accurate information on an item because it's not in a picture.

    Pictures are bullshit, they can be taken 100 different ways to represent even the worst of items in a good light. Nothing beats an accurate and honest description.

    I didn't look at your pics, but if you asked about other damage, and there is more than just a tinge of planking, you got ripped off.

    #71 4 years ago

    He's claiming that he asked you a question about other types of notable damage. Planking would be that. He's also claiming that it's almost impossible to picture, but is present in person, which is exactly the reason you need to ask about such things. Sending someone pictures isn't enough to say the seller did everything they should.

    I'm not saying you did or didn't do anything, you just seem genuinely confused about what his complaint actually is.

    Quoted from darryla777:

    He asked for pictures and I sent him lots of them showing the condition. He said it needed lots of work and would give me 500 shipped. We agreed and that is it. Where is the scam in that?

    #118 4 years ago

    This implies his playfield has no wear. How could a worn playfield be a good replacement for a worn playfield?

    Quoted from Collin:

    Seller says "good replacement for ONE THAT IS WORN."

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