Invoice of sale of the above prototype Transporter was null and voided today due to dealer being unable to receive the first round wire transfer of direct funds from my account.
Funds were rejected by the receiving bank due to business account closure.
I was like what?
I followed your instructions and was timely in payment within 48 hours.
Seller then refused to pay first wire transfer fee ($20) for my person inconvenience, time, and trust stating it "was not his fault, it was his bank's fault", provided a new account number, and stated "I would have to do it all over again at MY cost."
VERY BAD vibes.
There is no strike three.
Common sense kicks in.
Walk the $#!@ away.
Prudence and game sales experience over three decades dictated that this is a poor premonition, which I absolutely do not tolerate and must remove myself from the situation completely.
I have even done sales business with the dealer before and know him, but this was 100% unacceptable.
Dealers only get once chance, to make things right, if they want to keep their customer base.
You don't pass personal mistakes onto buyers, you accept the mistake and move on.
He failed, probably due to pride.
Unfortunate, but that is life.
No animosity on my part, it just not my business practice even for $20.
Seller understood my position, but I do not think he got the point.
The premise is much higher here.
The situation I am sure will be resolved, but not on my private accounts.