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post #24181 of 30455
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Originally Posted by jdrizzy View Post

I believe jompso, better to be safe

 

 

I'd be more inclined to believe him if he wasn't an attention seeking type whose every post here seems to be "Hey, look at me. Look what I found. Aren't I great?"

 

 

 

@Jompso , change your password on Ebay if this is a real situation. If that doesn't work, call Ebay and ask them what to do. A search on Ebay for the username you provided yielded no results.

post #24182 of 30455
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Originally Posted by Jompso View Post
 

You could,what the fuck do I have to gain and why the fuck what I spend this time concocting some story like this if it ws the truth. He owns my computer, I turned it off for a while I have no clue if hell be back in a minute or hour or whatever. This will get changed though, the wording  of them, to say some weird shit. Then youl know the fuckers back. Meanwhile I have to selll him a suit fo r 175. I wont fucking do it so hes essentially holding me and all actions on my computer ostage when he wants. OR DON'T FUCKING LISTEN, THINK THAT THIS WOULD BE SOMETHING A PERSON WOULD TO, STARTING AT 6 TO FABRICATE A STORY LIKE THIS ALL ABOUT A BUYER. Your just open invitation now, hes seen the pages and everything he knows whoo the sellers are because I trid to warn. Don't be a fucking idiot. And @Fueco  dont listen to any of this because in your case and your case a lone, this is bullshit. Have fun.

 

If someone has remote control of your computer:

Send a PM to @LA Guy and have your SF account closed, so they can't post here any more.

Call eBay, PayPal, your bank and any credit cards etc that you have accessed online, and tell them to freeze your accounts, and/or block any new activity - whatever the case may be.

Set ID theft alerts with Experian, Equifax and TransUnion if you've done any sort of banking / credit inquiries / applications etc online...or go further and freeze your credit.

If you haven't done any of that, and you've known for 12+ hours now that you've been hacked, then sorry - you may already be looking at months, or years, or troubles.

post #24183 of 30455

...and a Donald Trump presidency. Brace yourself folks.

post #24184 of 30455
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Originally Posted by Fueco View Post

 

A search on Ebay for the username you provided yielded no results.

 

this is what i found

post #24185 of 30455

I'm inclined to believe too, that would be a pretty wild thing to "fabricate".

post #24186 of 30455
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Originally Posted by TheNeedMachine View Post
 

 

this is what i found

 

 

Thanks. Not sure why the search wasn't working for me.

 

And I'm supposed to suspect that someone who has been an Ebay member longer than me, who has only left negative feedback one time in 14 years, is a scammer? I would think that if someone has been scamming the system, there would be some comments from the sellers in response to the feedback, or at least a bunch of "no longer a registered user" notes next to the seller's names.

 

Frankly, every post this dude makes in this forum is a call for attention. He is quite literally the boy who cried wolf (I'm assuming he's an actual person, and not just a spambot). I really wish the "block user" feature allowed us to actually not see the person's post. I don't need this fucktard ruining my enjoyment of this forum. I am going to take another break from this forum, and will check back in December.

post #24187 of 30455

Fuck it... I am going to go fashion myself an aluminum foil hat.

post #24188 of 30455

"Fuck all that we've got to get on with these" - David Gilmour / Roger Waters.

 

I'm down for that right about now. BRB.

post #24189 of 30455

Just checked, I've sold to this guy and got positive feedback without issue before... :tinfoil:

post #24190 of 30455
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Originally Posted by Fueco View Post
 

 

 

Thanks. Not sure why the search wasn't working for me.

 

And I'm supposed to suspect that someone who has been an Ebay member longer than me, who has only left negative feedback one time in 14 years, is a scammer? I would think that if someone has been scamming the system, there would be some comments from the sellers in response to the feedback, or at least a bunch of "no longer a registered user" notes next to the seller's names.

 

Frankly, every post this dude makes in this forum is a call for attention. He is quite literally the boy who cried wolf (I'm assuming he's an actual person, and not just a spambot). I really wish the "block user" feature allowed us to actually not see the person's post. I don't need this fucktard ruining my enjoyment of this forum. I am going to take another break from this forum, and will check back in December.

 

You can always choose not to read certain peoples posts. I don't block anyone but there are a few users whose posts I always gloss over. Jompso isn't one of those, however.

post #24191 of 30455
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Originally Posted by turkey_sandwich View Post

Sold cotton J. Crew sport coat tagged 40S. I included the following measurements in the listing:

underarm seam to underarm seam: 18.5 in.
shoulder seam to shoulder seam: 17.5 in.
shoulder seam to cuff: 21.5 in.
shoulder to bottom hem: 29.75 in.

Buyer contacted me today with the following:

this jacket was altered from shoulders, sleeves, and back. it fits more like 36s than a 40s. I've own several Ludlow suits and I know the fit. I will have to take this in to the tailor and this will cost. Please advise.

I actually am not clear what he wants and asked him to clarify. I also pointed out that I included measurements in the listing and encouraged prospective buyers to contact me with any questions.

I'm thinking I'll offer to take it back if he pays shipping or discount if he wants to keep. I don't really want this thing back. What do you guys think?

I would suggest always including in your preowned item posts that the item may have been altered and will not fit to the tagged size.
post #24192 of 30455
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Originally Posted by Brianpore View Post
 

Just checked, I've sold to this guy and got positive feedback without issue before... :tinfoil:

He offered me a lowball andtried to dicatate terms then when I didnt accept he offered 550 more than 50 more after that just to get me to accept, I message him because this is obviously weird and attempted to get me into a legal situation with him and ask for the truth for me to decide. His response to that was hacking into my computer taking over my accounts changing all the shit I wrote in the posts to absolute crazy psychotic rambling that was of no sense at all and then offer at and told me I better take it, all while sending me messages in white he was being sure to word them perfectlybut tautnng all behavior and dictating back to me informatoin only accessible inside my accounds by me. Knowing this doees he sound likee some who is worth doing or not doing business with? Because I wouldnt selll him an Oxxford Super 100s Suit for 70 w/ shipping and no x even though hes aa CA resident/ That was his response to that. The evidence of pure psychosis is all over while small limited time of sanity were there and readily avialble before he got a chance to change all my words. 

post #24193 of 30455
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Originally Posted by TheNeedMachine View Post
 

 

this is what i found

 

Yes this is him, striclty a buyer, doesnt give a shit about sellers and their efforts as he voiced. Perfect feedback. Yet easily and realy engages in activites like this that are untraceable by ebay and then sends messages and offers again. Zero shot that that is 100% legitmately earned.

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Originally Posted by JFST View Post
 

I'm inclined to believe too, that would be a pretty wild thing to "fabricate".

This is fucking nutts. I have done a lot of things here, butthose things included in engaging into confronttations with others, elongated posts about a pleathora of things that were very wordy and extremely detailed. Ivve done shit like that but that behaviour this morning, is thhis morning? does that in anyway fit charater of mine eithe rnegative or not wpersonal feelings towards me are regardless? No I've never gone fucking psychoo babble making entire posts using letters with any english involved, or sentences made up of randonm words, thats not a way I choose to spend my Friday fucking mornings, acting like a cucking deranged methhead on some online forum. Fuck this. Fuck all of this shit. Jesus shrist.now still have an open offer that if I dont accept have no clue what is in store for me/.

post #24194 of 30455
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Originally Posted by Jompso View Post
 
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Originally Posted by TheNeedMachine View Post
 

 

this is what i found

 

Yes this is him, striclty a buyer, doesnt give a shit about sellers and their efforts as he voiced. Perfect feedback. Yet easily and realy engages in activites like this that are untraceable by ebay and then sends messages and offers again. Zero shot that that is 100% legitmately earned.

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Originally Posted by JFST View Post
 

I'm inclined to believe too, that would be a pretty wild thing to "fabricate".

This is fucking nutts. I have done a lot of things here, butthose things included in engaging into confronttations with others, elongated posts about a pleathora of things that were very wordy and extremely detailed. Ivve done shit like that but that behaviour this morning, is thhis morning? does that in anyway fit charater of mine eithe rnegative or not wpersonal feelings towards me are regardless? No I've never gone fucking psychoo babble making entire posts using letters with any english involved, or sentences made up of randonm words, thats not a way I choose to spend my Friday fucking mornings, acting like a cucking deranged methhead on some online forum. Fuck this. Fuck all of this shit. Jesus shrist.now still have an open offer that if I dont accept have no clue what is in store for me/.

Have you run a virus check on your computer? Running PC or Mac? He doesn't have control of your computer, he just figured out a way to insert a key logger. Google that shit, and figure out what you need to do to get rid of him. Also, call the cops.

post #24195 of 30455

I have no reason nor do I have any dsire from here on out to stress what had occured for a good portion of todal and the feeling you have when someone is in control of your computer accessing any information they desire/. If you dont believe me get fucked and maybe one day you too can have a fun day like mine with the open ended that of when does it or will it or how does it stop. The financial stuff was appreciated, doubters, questions, weird older mmen who are clearly hating on people, for different then just not liking a person, but actively hating on peoplle decades younger, who has been doeing this for a little over a year yet ...well....what are the reasons that people like that hate on others? You decide I dont neeed to say it. He has to live with it, thats good with me. , EVERYONE, just dont listen leave this person off, your list, get to enjoy him ass a customer. And see if he chooses to do this shit to you or not. Trust me, given the chance again to takie the gamble and risk of this happening or just selling the suit, and I'd do this ALL FUCKING OVER AGAIN ....JESUSS FUCKING CHRIST.

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