Yamaha TTR250 - $1,300

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Re: Yamaha TTR250 - $1,300

Post by HotRecruiter » Mon Jul 28, 2014 10:58 am

Be advised, seller is a total nut job, and throws temper tantrums and sends weird photos at you, then apologizes later for it. I got busy twice, had to reschedule, and this guy goes NUTS.

A bit unstable and unprofessional. Be warned ...
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Re: Yamaha TTR250 - $1,300

Post by General Mackevili » Mon Jul 28, 2014 11:15 am

HotRecruiter wrote:Be advised, seller is a total nut job, and throws temper tantrums and sends weird photos at you, then apologizes later for it. I got busy twice, had to reschedule, and this guy goes NUTS.

A bit unstable and unprofessional. Be warned ...
I'd be upset too if I had to deal with time-wasting morons that had to reschedule, TWICE, because they are terrible at time management.

Personally, it's YOU that people should be warned about dealing with.

Who has to reschedule twice?

I wouldn't have wanted to deal with you either, for the record.

And as a character reference, a buddy and I were moving some furniture across town yesterday when Elwood pulled up to a nearby restaurant to eat dinner with his family and friends.

He saw us about to load up a TukTuk and offered to take us in his truck instead.

He took the time to help us load and unload some stuff across town just to help us out.

So, when I hear a story about a wanker that had to reschedule twice, I tend to take the side of the other guy, who I've known to be a good guy for a while.

With all due respect to you of course, LoL.
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Re: Yamaha TTR250 - $1,300

Post by HotRecruiter » Mon Jul 28, 2014 12:52 pm

Some people can be genuinely nice, then turn Jeckyll and Hyde on you really quick.

Just a warning, most people don't turn on you like that, just get a bit disappointed. Weird pictures, too.

And I DO get busy at times, and his stuff is a bit pricey (at first, I'm glad he realistically lowered the price on his bike) and not the best quality ...

Anyways, buyer beware. Glad he's a nice guy sometimes, too.
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Re: Yamaha TTR250 - $1,300

Post by General Mackevili » Mon Jul 28, 2014 1:40 pm

I just think it says more about you that you couldn't make 2 appointment times you agreed on, then give a warning to buyers.

And based on my personal dealings with you, I wouldn't recommend anyone waste their time with you.

I had a fridge for sale a while ago, along with other stuff.

You were very adamant about, "keep it all, I wasn't to buy it all!"

You show up, late of course.

You then say the only thing you really wanted was the chair.

That's already been sold.

I called you out on it. You then bought some small items and maybe took the free DVD's.

No interest in the fridge, etc.

So, based on the way I've seen you do transactions, and on other transactions I've heard about you, I would suggest ANY SELLER stay away from you.

You seem like a cool guy, but I feel sorry for anyone that has to deal with you in any professional manner.
You miss 2 meetings with him, and then you complain he was upset. I would be upset with you too. You sound like the exact kind of buyer anyone would try to avoid.

Oh well....
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Re: Yamaha TTR250 - $1,300

Post by StroppyChops » Mon Jul 28, 2014 5:28 pm

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Re: Yamaha TTR250 - $1,300

Post by General Mackevili » Mon Jul 28, 2014 7:20 pm

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