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Don't buy from nycstylist

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About a month ago I bought a suit from Nycstylist, a PRBL, thta after a month of hearthache, was never sent. Luckily paypal covered me.I just wanted to give everyone on here a heads up not to buy from or sell to him. His name is Chris Haan.

All the best,

Seth
post #2 of 44
It would help us more if you posted this information on the buyer/sellers feedback thread since these threads get deleted.
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It would help us more if you posted this information on the buyer/sellers feedback thread since these threads get deleted.

Thanks I wasn't aware of that.
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since these threads get deleted.

No they don't . Just harder to search for.
post #5 of 44
Please stop posting Butter, you're making us all dumber
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Please stop posting Butter, you're making us all dumber
You can get dumber? Btw, I love how so many of you read my posts, thanks!
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Please stop posting Butter, you're making us all dumber

Seriously dude, lighten up. Don't let yourself get so wound up by a person that you required to object even when they're saying something reasonable.
post #8 of 44
dbag got me too. Sold me an RLBL 40R in charcoal about a week ago. PM'd be directly based off a WTB thread I had posted. Stilll hasn't shipped.
post #9 of 44
why would you guys buy from someone who has only been a member for a month with a lost post count...? looks like he must have pm'ed you the sale too.
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why would you guys buy from someone who has only been a member for a month with a lost post count...?

Why should number of posts on an online forum have anything to do with anyone's honour?

Just sayin'.
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dbag got me too. Sold me an RLBL 40R in charcoal about a week ago. PM'd be directly based off a WTB thread I had posted. Stilll hasn't shipped.

His name is Chris Haan btw. He's from New York. Anybody down there want pay him a visit for me?
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Why should number of posts on an online forum have anything to do with anyone's honour? Just sayin'.
Well, I prefer to buy from people who have some kind of buying or selling record here. He just has a few meaningless posts here and there. If he was an older member I would consider it. Up to you I guess...
post #13 of 44
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Why should number of posts on an online forum have anything to do with anyone's honour?

Are you playing the devil's advocate or do you really not see the obvious? People with 10,000 posts on this forum are established personalities. After you've spent hundreds (thousands?) of hours writing notes on a messageboard under a particular nickname there's a certain currency to your handle, provided the posts are reasonable and rational etc.

That doesn't mean people with low postcounts are swindlers but it's the same as buying on eBay, you can be fairly certain you're going to get what you pay for buying something from the seller with 99.9% positive feedback on 18,000 transactions. Not so much the guy who might be selling that 1-of-1 Slimane-DH trench but only has 80% feedback on 5 transactions....
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Are you playing the devil's advocate or do you really not see the obvious?

I'm just playing devil's advocate, but:

1) Number of posts isn't the same as selling credibility and should never be a substitute for feedback (preferably from people who also have feedback)

2) Number of posts about baller sneakers and bespoke undergarments don't mean anything about anyone
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2) Number of posts about baller sneakers and bespoke undergarments don't mean anything about anyone

Jealous? Small-timer.
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