Originally Posted by bebmak
I have only joined this forum to defend myself.Zjpj is a liar he has sent me insulting emails also.He bid on my item when the postage was clearly displayed*that is a fact*then retracted when I confirmed it was 20.He has bought from other ebayers and paid 18 but is retracting for the sake of 2.Maybe thats how he can afford the Ferrari shown on his avatar.Because frankly on a $500 pair of shoes to baulk at Â£2 on delivery is a sick joke.
I know I will get blasted here because he is your friend and I am a new comer but I wanted to put my side of the story.
He has emailed me from the outset saying I need medical attention just because I asked for a reason why he retracted which I found insulting.
Look at his feedback he seems to make a habit of retracting,1 a month on average,I have retracted once in 3 years and that was on his shoes.http://feedback.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayIS...l?ViewFeedback
My feedback is above for all to see spread over 3 years,I would draw your attention to "perfect gentleman" "best transaction of the year" etc...
So please don't let this guy pull the wool over your eyes.
More lies, though I can't say I'm surprised - like my having "bid on your items before."
My fellow SF members: I did say, last night, and not "from the outset" that he "needed medical attention" after having received half a dozen unprovoked harassing emails. The sum total of my communication to this individual has been:
On Sunday, May 14, 2006 10:43 PM:No shyness, shipping is just too much.
And, in response to yet another email, this time stating, "A fellow ebayer has informed me you have been telling tales,however reading the posts you don't seem to be getting it all your own way. You tosser!!!" I wrote, on Tuesday, May 16, 2006 1:26 AM:My advice is that you seek medical help, and quick.
And that has been my entire communication to him.
Yet again, unlike the other party, I am simply putting the entire story out there for you to be informed consumers. With these facts, if you still think he is a "perfect gentleman," I suggest you bid on his items.