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  • Good Seller/Bad Seller List

    This thread exists solely as a guide when conducting business with fellow members of this forum. It is in no way put together by any of the forum administration and they do not take responsibility for transactions that take place here.

    Before buying, selling, or trading on this forum take the time to follow a few simple rules that may save you from getting scammed:

    1. Check the seller's feedback. This may be provided here, ebay, heatware, or other sites.

    2. Get a traceable email account. Hotmail, gmail and other free addresses can be registered to any person under any name and are not traceable.

    3. Ask for a phone number and talk to the seller before purchasing an item.

    4. Do not use Western Union for Payments as they provide no protection for the buyer. Only use money orders with established traders who have adequate feedback. Paypal.com and escrow.com are two sites that give buyer protection.

    5. For sellers, do not ship to unconfirmed addresses when using Paypal, you have no coverage from chargebacks if you do this.

    Once again the below list is for reference only. Please do not use this thread to resolve a dispute with another member. That can be done through email or private messages with that person. If you had a good or bad experience with a member please PM that info and they will be added to the appropriate list. I hope this will serve to better the buy/sell forum and thus benefit us the members.

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    And just for kicks to help prevent the massive flame war I'm sure this thread could spiral into let's try this:

    You are allowed to leave one post of feedback per transaction and one rebuttal post if necessary on the original post by the other party. Just like on eBay or any other feedback site.

    This will prevent long back and forth issues, if you need more, take it to PM. This will also encourage both parties to do everything they can to make the transaction smooth.

    But if a flame war develops, this thread will be closed and all parties involved will be banned so think carefully before you post.

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