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He seems like a good guy, but he is based in Australia and I'm selling some expensive parts. I'd like to confirm someone has some worked with him in the past. Thank you, Bruce
 

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He's been a member since 07 and has two positive itrades, so I would say you should be good to go.

He has dealt with Ara and Rifleman, hope this helps
 

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If your selling parts, what would be the problem? Ship when payment recieved. If you're doing the buying, I guess I can see why you would ask.
 

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What does it matter if hes buying from you, I would hope you would get the money from anyone before shipping. BTW did you sell those calipers?
 

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people can dispute things on paypal and want their money back is the problem and paypal mostly sides with buyers if anything looks wrong what so ever.
 

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ive met him a couple of times. im in Sydney, he's in Melbourne.

pretty reasonable guy.

hes a member on www.ksrc-au.com actually his zx10 is for sale at the moment. got some good bits on it.
 

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ive met him a couple of times. im in Sydney, he's in Melbourne.

pretty reasonable guy.

hes a member on www.ksrc-au.com actually his zx10 is for sale at the moment. got some good bits on it.

Was for sale, not anymore.

I have sent payment through with paypal, im a genuine buyer, money should be in your account tomorrow.
 

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^^^Funny shit....


pointless thread...

wait for money, sent out parts....I take pictures before I send the parts just because if they get there and the seller states damage I know its not on my end...Never bought or sold anything here but threw ebay...
 

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I don't blame him for asking since the buyer is overseas, either way you always run the risk of getting a buyer who feels the need to complain about something. I recently sold a pair of Bose speakers removed from an 07-09 new body style silverado pickup and the buyer lived in California, a week later he called complaining because they won't fit his 07 old body style silverado so he says "I'll need my money back". I felt bad but hey it's not my fault he didn't read the complete listing so I had to tell him "Sorry no refunds due to your miss judgement".
 
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