|01-26-2012 08:12 PM|
well put toyminator2000
Brian468 I cant believe you don't, or didn't, settle this
your bank has the money. no one but you can fix it, yet you let a pirate member dangle.
not an Honourable choice.
I guess a thanks goes out to OP for spending the $ to expose Brian's true character
|01-11-2012 06:43 AM|
|toyminator2000||It's amazing what people will sell their integrity for these days.|
|12-23-2011 08:49 AM|
I can't believe this is still going on either....Im out the $60... Not gonna ruin my kids college fund, my retirement or even prevent me from drinking tonight! Far as Im concerned its over...we all learned something! You guys have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. No grudge from me Brian, if I ever see you on the trail, I will shake your hand.
|12-20-2011 01:29 PM|
|woldd90||Just read the entire thread, an interesting glimpse into the human psyche. Rod was pretty patient, much more than I would have been. Brian could have been much more helpful. Posting the bank information and a copy of the processed MO, would have gone a long way to prove his story. Both, should have pursued this matter quickly, no reason to let 6 months pass.|
|12-20-2011 06:09 AM|
Makes it easy for me.
|12-19-2011 07:59 PM|
To Rustywaggoneers; The buyer admits the money has NOT been taken from WU, so the seller isn't a crook.
Seller has no money from this deal.
"Buyer" needs to hit up WU to get the money.
What is interesting, is all "us" are arguing about this and the OP doesn't chime in much.
"Seller" doesn't either, but by this time, I'd have told everyone to pound sand and gone on with life.
If buyer can't/won't get HIS money back from WU, he is screwed. end of story.
AGAIN I say the issue is with WU and ALL the rest is bullshit.
|12-19-2011 04:11 PM|
|PJ Hale||Are you kidding me. Are we still crying about the same sixty dollars, what six months later? I think that this was a bad deal for the buyer, but the seller hasn't, from what I have read, gotten anything either. I can't believe this is still here on pirate. Maybe the seller should have helped more, maybe the buyer should have sent the right m.o. both parties have lost, the seller has lost his reputation, and the buyer has lost his mind. YOU WILL NEVER GET YOUR 60 FROGSKINS BACK! Live with it, there have been smaller build threads than this. GO WHEELING OR SOMETHING.|
|12-19-2011 02:10 PM|
Until then, he pocketed the money, and there are no coins IMHO.
|12-19-2011 07:35 AM|
All your legal mumbo jumbo ASSUMES that the cash actually showed up in the sellers account.
It has not.
Not in large print, but simple enough for you to understand?
If you want to send your shit without payment because of an IMPLIED contract, go ahead.
Myself, when I get the cash, you get your shit.
So far it isn't the buyers shit because the seller has no cash.
(maybe go back and read that sentance again)
The only reason the "buyer" is out his cash is due to WU being fuck tards (I know, it is not a legal term, but it is pretty self explanatory).
Since you have good luck with WU, maybe you should coach the "buyer" on how to get his money back. WU has it, and the "seller" does not.
|12-19-2011 04:46 AM|
Yes the buyer screwed up by not getting a postal money order and losing his receipt, this is well established. I'll even go as far as to say he really fucked up because he didn't send it certified with a return receipt so he could try and nail this guy for mail fraud. But he didn't.
But putting full blame on him for this whole fiasco is not helping when you are completely ignoring "implied contract" which is legal in court.
The seller advertised an item for sale in a public forum. This was not a private listing or transaction.
The seller stated that he preferred(is this big enough to read, maybe even understand?) a postal money order, there was NO REQUIREMENT.<<<< Accentuated so you don't miss this part.
AS SOON AS HE DEPOSITED THE MONEY ORDER, REGARDLESS OF WHERE IT WAS ISSUED, HE MADE AN AGREEMENT THAT THESE FUNDS WERE ACCEPTABLE. HE MADE AN IMPLIED CONTRACT.
I hope that was big enough and that link descriptive enough because the fail reading comprehension in this thread scares me.
The issue NOW(besides the aforementioned mistakes the buyer made) is the seller has provided NO PROOF that the money was deposited other than publicly proclaiming it and even though he had been asked multiple times.
I have never had an issue with NFCU or Western Union like what has been described, ever.
The buyer is screwed, plain and simple. If his money was that important to him he'd have safe guarded that receipt until he had coins in hand. He would have sent the money order certified. It was NOT a requirement to send a postal money order.
However, you "blame the victim" types are being ridiculous by ignoring what the seller did and didn't do and making him out to be innocent. The seller is NOT following through, the transaction was never completed and he even went as far as "disappearing" by not keeping in contact in some way with the buyer. The implied contract by him allegedly depositing the money order, his lack of follow through and now his absence implies that he is a bad seller and worthy of this thread being posted.
|12-18-2011 04:09 PM|
You should be at WESTERN UNION EVERY GODDAMNED DAY UINTIL THEY GIVE YOU YOUR 60 BUCKS BACK.
You decided to use them, not Brian. Its your responsibility to get your money back from them. I've read the entire thread. Your issue is with WU. Figure it out dude.
|12-14-2011 11:20 AM|
|JolietJames||None of my business but I'd like to see a picture of the coins sitting on today's paper -just so we know seller hasn't "sold" them twice.. Without the copy of the bank statement showing the deposit, I can ONLY assume the seller lost the MO and doesn't want to be out the coins without the money.|
|12-12-2011 08:09 PM|
Your issue is with Western Union.
All the rest is bullshit.
W. U. is screwing you over. Not Brian.
And I don't know either of you.
If W.U. hasn't cashed the MO, the bank isn't going to have a record for Brian's records, cuz there wasn't any money put in his account.
Sucks for both you guys!
|12-11-2011 08:08 PM|
What else can I DO? You tell me... I think you are pals with Brian and stirrign the pot. Because you were too lazy to read all the posts, let me help you out with some Cliffs notes...
I called WU multiple times. Brian hasn't. It was never cashed.
I requested to see proof (bank statement) of deposit. Brian never sent it.
I cant call Brians bank.... Brian wont.
I cant place a stop payment because I dont have the MO... WU is not just going to send me $60.... Brian wont send me the MO.
Im out $60.... Brians not.
Go back to sleep, or watch some more internet pron or whatever it was you were doing before you made your comments.
|12-10-2011 08:18 PM|
|12-06-2011 09:46 AM|
|RCL||I sure thought this would be resolved by now.|
|12-06-2011 06:45 AM|
|12-06-2011 06:08 AM|
We are in the 21ST century are we not? Has anybody heard of paypal? If you have the tranaction number, check id, and the original location, then your worries are zip. Go back to that location "be nice" present your valid id,info and get a rufund reciept, and 7-10 days later after they have verified that it is still uncashed, they will cancel it, and your money will be refunded in your hands.
And go buy your coins at a dealer, instead of a 4x4 forum. The seller dosen't care, and at this point is useless to continue.
|12-04-2011 06:16 AM|
is the buyer putting as much effort into wu customer service as he is into this thread?
cause the seller sure isent. ...which is odd because if i have something that is spoken for/ payment pending i would be feeling equally as helpless, having a item that i cannot sell cause its tentatively sold, but i also cant access the cash for the said item
.. loosing situation for both parties
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|12-04-2011 12:24 AM|
I asked Brian for a copy of the bank record showing the deposit...Never got it. The fact that I lost the MO receipt is irrelevant due to the fact that I have al the info off of it (the receipt number, transaction number etc) and still cant get an answer from WU or the seller.... Im fawked!
|11-29-2011 09:23 PM|
|HEEPJEEP||He deposited it to try to work with the buyer... If I ask for a Postal Money Order, and someone sends me a personal check. I tell them, OK fine, I will deposit it, but I am not shipping till it clears. Brian did this as well. Sure a bank statement would help, but so would a receipt copy from the buyer!!! Who knows, maybe he forged a MO and that's why there's a "lost receipt" and it won't go through. Ever think that? I think the buyer is the majority in the wrong here, and Brian has been very patient and trying to work with him the best he can. Brian can't dedicate his life to finding the buyers $60 that he was too irresponsible to keep track of the receipt for. Not Brian's fault the receipt was lost, not Brian's fault the MO hasn't cleared, not Brian's fault the buyer hasn't chose to pursue the bank or Western Union more aggressively.|
|11-29-2011 06:45 AM|
A screen shot showing the pending deposit would help a ton here to prove that seller is legit.
|11-28-2011 08:06 PM|
Buyer should suffer because he can't keep track of his shit. Multiple people have looked into it, including the seller and another guy here (3rd party), and the MO is "pending". That's proof that the transaction hasn't been completed, but the MO was deposited to the bank (deposited DOESN't mean funds are available or any good).
Read the thread. Seriously people.
I don't think the buyer is a bad guy, I don't think he's out to get something he didn't pay for, but I do know it's a FACT that he didn't pay attention to directions, the seller tried to work with the sub par conditions, and then the buyer dropped the ball and lost the information that could have solved the whole issue in no time. That's not the seller's fault, that's not the seller's responsibility. That's why the buyer is given the receipt, not the seller...
Buyers problem at this point in my book.
|11-28-2011 06:56 PM|
Seller has provided zero proof from his bank/deposit.
What if he simply lost it & is full of SH*T?
The Buyer should suffer?
What if he did actually cash it & isn't being truthful?
Should the Buyer send another MO?
|11-28-2011 06:18 PM|
Same situation for an item worth much more.
Sure if the buyer had my item, and I didn't get legit money I would be all over they buyer. That's not the case here. The seller didn't get the money, seller still has the item. Till the seller has the money available to him, it's not sold. End of story.
Think about it.
Agreed. This whole fiasco is the results of the buyers poor choices. If he's so worried about his $60 he could have put in more effort to either recover it or get it to Brian.
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