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  • #16
    unbelievable !!
    I wonder if these guys re member of this forum?
    Although, that does'nt matter. We'll never know anyway!!

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    • #17
      To much trust here mind, i only buy cues that i can go and see for myself
      It's hard to pot balls with a Chimpanzee tea party going on in your head

      Wibble

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      • #18
        Originally posted by devilronnie View Post
        I have been con many year ago too, the police couldn't help, hate these Conman...
        Ah the old it's a civil matter bull, coppers are a waste of space these days
        It's hard to pot balls with a Chimpanzee tea party going on in your head

        Wibble

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        • #19
          Originally posted by GeordieDS View Post
          To much trust here mind, i only buy cues that i can go and see for myself
          yeah, wise decision my friend .
          Also depends on who is the seller.imo.
          whether u can trust him or not .
          When I buy something f ADR , have no problem with paying him the money first .
          cus I know u can trust this guy .
          So if u know the seller , should'nt be a problem imo !!

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          • #20
            Originally posted by Ramon View Post
            yeah, wise decision my friend .
            Also depends on who is the seller.imo.
            whether u can trust him or not .
            When I buy something f ADR , have no problem with paying him the money first .
            cus I know u can trust this guy .
            So if u know the seller , should'nt be a problem imo !!
            +1 Ramon
            nonchalant sideways action amongst some very ignorant pokes

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            • #21
              Originally posted by clintvanjour View Post
              An old Conman has resurfaced on ebay, did me for £250a couple of years ago, I stupidly agreed to a bank transfer as he hadn't set up his paypal account (lesson learnt), and sent me a Woods cue with the badge removed. You have been warned.

              http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Exclusive-...item3d042011c0
              Originally posted by mythman69 View Post
              It does have his phone number. Why don't you give him a call? At 3am maybe.
              He didn't sound too happy when I called, maybe i'll wait a few hours and call back to see if he has cheered up any

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              • #22
                The good news is that he is on GiffGaff so all my calls are FREE

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by Ramon View Post
                  yeah, wise decision my friend .
                  Also depends on who is the seller.imo.
                  whether u can trust him or not .
                  When I buy something f ADR , have no problem with paying him the money first .
                  cus I know u can trust this guy .
                  So if u know the seller , should'nt be a problem imo !!

                  I'm not saying others should follow what i do but me personally no matter how good somebody's reputation is i won't buy until i've seen, where money is concerned you shouldn't even trust yourself
                  It's hard to pot balls with a Chimpanzee tea party going on in your head

                  Wibble

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by GeordieDS View Post
                    I'm not saying others should follow what i do but me personally no matter how good somebody's reputation is i won't buy until i've seen, where money is concerned you shouldn't even trust yourself
                    I never said you did !! my comment was in general ( sorry about that ).
                    and I respect your choice ( which is wise ).
                    btw, I've never trusted myself but where money concerned , I do trust Andrew .

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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by GeordieDS View Post
                      I'm not saying others should follow what i do but me personally no matter how good somebody's reputation is i won't buy until i've seen, where money is concerned you shouldn't even trust yourself
                      Even for a fellow V.I.P. member ?

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                      • #26
                        Originally posted by billabong View Post
                        Even for a fellow V.I.P. member ?

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                        Hahaha Especially VIP's
                        It's hard to pot balls with a Chimpanzee tea party going on in your head

                        Wibble

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                        • #27
                          Right, so I found out his real name is Stuart Haine and hails from Southampton, even tricked the ***** into giving me his address, which probably explains why he was in a fowl mood when one of you rang him, it's not a nice feeling being conned! Haha

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                          • #28
                            Now you got his address, send him a invoice for the money he owes via royal mail signed for next day delivery and give him 30 days to pay, when he does not pay up add a £100 collection charge to the invoice + 4% of the total and hand the debt over to these people - www.pjcds.co.uk they will call, email, knock on his door and generally be a pain in the ass till he pays up, they will even help you take legal action and for the first time you use them they only charge 15% of the total debt.

                            When I was researching companies to collect debts owed to my company I choose them because they had the worst reviews from debtors, moaning about constant calls, emails and door knocks lol

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                            • #29
                              I think I might just do that. Thanks Ferrett!

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                              • #30
                                Originally posted by ferret View Post
                                Now you got his address, send him a invoice for the money he owes via royal mail signed for next day delivery and give him 30 days to pay, when he does not pay up add a £100 collection charge to the invoice + 4% of the total and hand the debt over to these people - www.pjcds.co.uk they will call, email, knock on his door and generally be a pain in the ass till he pays up, they will even help you take legal action and for the first time you use them they only charge 15% of the total debt.

                                When I was researching companies to collect debts owed to my company I choose them because they had the worst reviews from debtors, moaning about constant calls, emails and door knocks lol
                                or if it is enough money I know people who would politely convince him to pay up
                                https://www.ebay.co.uk/str/adr147

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