I have not heard from him at all.....
----- Original Message -----
From: "MICHAEL CARPENTER" <MAIL4CARPENTERS@peoplepc.com>
To: "Brad Fornal" <email@example.com>; "John Daniel Caffrey"
Cc: <firstname.lastname@example.org>; "Frank Clarici" <email@example.com>;
"Guy R Day" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Saturday, March 04, 2006 7:45 AM
Subject: Re: Ebay Story (Long)
> Excellent Ebay story!!!!! I wish that more good ones like that occur. I
> emailed the seller on quite a few of what he has for auction. He is
> patient so far in his return emails. He continually states that "there
> are two sides to every story"
> Is that what the rest of you all are getting from him? He answered the
> one that I asked if there was black overspray on the white VW cabriolet
> Mike Carpenter
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Brad Fornal" <email@example.com>
> To: "John Daniel Caffrey" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Cc: <email@example.com>; "Frank Clarici" <firstname.lastname@example.org>;
> "Guy R Day" <email@example.com>
> Sent: Saturday, March 04, 2006 10:06 AM
> Subject: Re: Ebay Story (Long)
>> Oh, BELIEVE ME, he will fucking EARN his $44 reading all the emails he
>> be receiving this weekend. By Sunday, he will be ready to snap on one if
>> and when he does, off to the eBay police that email needs to go.
>> It is posted in his feedback that he sells overspray items without
>> mentioning it, so it is only logical that we should ask about other
>> True eBay story........
>> As a big fan of the late Denton Texas group Slobberbone, The other fans
>> I would cruise eBay for any rare discs that might show (the first indie
>> release of 500 discs, brings around $300 when it shows up). On several
>> instances, sellers would have a recorded show that they would try and
>> Since tapers are encouraged, as long as no shows are sold, this pissed us
>> off no end. EBay was contacted, and informed that there was a seller
>> violating the rules, by selling CDR's. Ebay said that only the copywrite
>> owner could protest, so Brent (the copywrite owner) contacted them. They
>> basically gave him a verbal "fuck off" and refused to do any more. End of
>> story? Far from it.
>> EBay is just like any other corporation, they are built on greed, so we
>> exploited that greed. The next time a live show on CDR showed up, we bid.
>> And bid.
>> And bid.
>> The bid got to $10,000..............
>> Once the auction was over, the winner refused to pay, as it was a CDR.
>> CDR's are forbidden by sale on eBay, the winner was not obligated in any
>> to buy the disc.
>> Now, you think, that was kinda funny.
>> But wait, there's more.
>> This gift keeps on giving.
>> This is the kinda kick in the balls that rattles the wisdom teeth.
>> Ok, so he had a CDR, so we welched out on the $10K bid.
>> EBay is a corportation, they don't give a shit about all that. There was
>> $10K closing bid on their site, and they want their cut. And guess what,
>> they got it. They have every sellers credit card #, so that they CAN get
>> So, he broke the rules, and we broke his bank. Life sure is fun
>> On 3/4/06, John Daniel Caffrey <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>>> That is it in a nutshell. It's all about his attitude and lack of
>>> customer relations. He's not too smart if he lies in the feedback forum
>>> with no way to back it up. Maybe he will learn that a "No return"
>>> statement doesn't give him immunity from properly listing an item. I'd
>>> like to have my $44 back, but it's not about the wheel anymore.
>>> Brad Fornal wrote:
>>> >OH, and one more thing guys.
>>> The response...........
>>> IF this asshole is STUPID enough (and I bet he is) to send you a s