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Beware of user Flashfire

Discussion in 'The Shit List' started by johnconnor, Jan 1, 2010.

  1. johnconnor

    johnconnor Regular Member

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    This guy bought 40 AC PVAs from me, sent the money to my paypal, I sent him the PVAs. A few hours later he told me none of them is working (i re-checked them, they worked, I even took a screenshot for him to see) and wanted another 40 ones. Now he claims his money back via paypal and probably thinks he can get away with 40 free AC PVAs. (Well I just changed all the pw's for the acpvas as well as the pw's for the connected email addresses - at least NOW he really has a reason to say he isn't able to login lol). Will happily give him his money back, hope that I will never see him again and hope that no one of you has to do business with this guy.

    Happy New Year!:p
     
  2. nexty

    nexty Registered Member

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    thanks for advice, right now its a new way for crapy "business guys" its not working, send me my moneyback... grrrr

    thanks ;)
     
  3. redtide1969

    redtide1969 BANNED BANNED Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Thanks for the heads up about it. I would be a little weary about someone buying 40 AC PVA's anyway because AC isn't like Craigslist where you need mass accts. It sounds like they were trying to get them for free through you and then flip them for profit.
     
  4. johnconnor

    johnconnor Regular Member

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    @Hagiology: Yeah, the e-form is a smart idea, will use something like that next time.

    @redtide: exactly my guess. only that he can't access the accounts lol. and i let him wait a bit more because i didn't send the money back but said to paypal that i was scammed. although i think they are always on the buyers side i want to let him wait for his money a bit longer..and who knows maybe paypal sides with the seller this time, haha :p
     
  5. xSubZer0x

    xSubZer0x Junior Member

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    just send him proof that you send him and showed him they worked they'll side with you:)
     
  6. contentworld

    contentworld Registered Member

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    Same situation with me last month, when one member bought Ezine platinum account from me and said to pay after delivery of account. I delivered him, he simply changed email id and and password from the ezine account profile and said to me, your a/c is not working. I sent a email to Ezine articles and they suspended that platinum a/c
     
  7. johnconnor

    johnconnor Regular Member

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    xSubZerox: I also thought of sending a screenshot of the emails to paypal but i'm a bit hesistant because it's not exactly WH to sell PVAs ;) So I just wrote that i sold virtual goods but can provide a screenshot of the email if required.

    contentworld: good to hear that eza helped you in this case :) fortunately this flashfire guy was stupid enough not to change the passwords lol.