Just thought I would chime in. Some people might have seen the fallout on fb. Was brought in to look at a game for a guy I bought a game from a few months back. Seller showed up 30 mins later than they agreed to. An employee let us in, seller did not bother to introduce himself. Game was supposed to be good condition with sticking flippers.
Cab was planking badly, translite was faded out, mpu had resistors removed from it and hacked onto the top of the cabinet with a home made wiring harness, dmd had two lines out, drop targets were missing artwork and letters written on in sharpie, three coils out including both flippers, two columns of lights out, and we did not even try to test the switch matrix. Seller was firm on price which was fine because the guy who drove 3 hours to see this did not want it, and I did not want it unless it was dirt cheap due to the cabinet. Couldn't even tell him what was wrong so he could have his tech fix it or let the next buyer know. So we walked and I made the mistake of posting to his facebook ad to alert other buyers. Ended in a very nasty conversation.
So to op, really feel your pain now. If I were you, I'd walk away and forget it. Not worth the headache of trying to alert people. All I learned from this is to avoid another barcade owner who felt the need to discredit my abilities, collection, and character.