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ebay fraud and policies exposed

Post by boycott ebay » June 10th, 2004, 4:28 pm

check out my story at http://www.boycottebaymotors.com :twisted:


Post by admin » June 10th, 2004, 6:02 pm

Good Job!!

eBay needs to take responsobility for there sellers / buyers. There "Were only a Venue" Crap Is Getting Old!


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Post by JR » June 10th, 2004, 10:22 pm

I did send Affordable an e-mail. Should bombard his e-mail with lots of e-mail and get it shutdown. They sound like real scum suckers and to add insult to injury, post a section about Ministry. Phoney bastards!

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Post by Somthor » July 10th, 2004, 12:06 pm

whats the difference bettwen this and the mazda i bought? other than his jeep seems to be a bit more extreme
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Post by witchie » July 19th, 2004, 5:07 pm

boycott you got screwed twice. Once by the seller and once by the mechanic. You have a few very expensive things to fix if you had kept it. The steering gear,air, and the carb. The rest was a cake walk. That Jeep sounds like my bronco. At least the seller I dealt with told me about half of the problems so I knew what I was in for. The rest has all been an interesting year of small repairs every few weeks. Still haven't fixed the steering on the bronco just keep tightning it up and it loosens itself after 6months and needs to be tightened again. 40.00 to tighten it every six months after two years is still cheaper than replacing it once at 675.00

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