Re: [DML] ebay buyer protection
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Re: [DML] ebay buyer protection

There is such a thing as HONESTY and INTEGRITY.  When someone (who is
also a mechanic) describes a vehicle as "Excellent" and "Needs
Nothing", I do feel there is a certain amount of credence that should
be placed in that statement.  

As for why I didn't go to inspect the car, as in my previous post I
outlined that.  I've bought cars on ebay before and expect a certain
amount of work that needs to be done on a vehicle, but never this bad.

So when someone comes on the forum when I am trying to help other
people out by outlining a program, forgive me when I take a little
offense to someone who does not have full knowledge of my situation
tells me I didn't deserve to receive compensation for this. 

(Name placed on all of my previous posts)

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