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Buyer and Seller Feedback - Re: Riley tractor parts, ohio

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730d se

08-25-2011 04:43:05

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RTP is set up to ONLY sell to legitimate dealers. Are you a dealer? If so, you are filing business taxes and claiming the profit from the difference of buying wholesale and selling at retail or higher prices. You can claim that wrong part on your business income taxes. It is not direct money but you can show it as a loss and reduce your tax burden by that amount which is essentially money in your pocket.

If you are NOT a dealer but are pretending to be to buy wholesale, you should be the last one whinning about getting the wrong part. Look what you are doing? If we get screwed when we are doing something wrong, we should never complain.
I am hoping you come back and confirm that you are a bonafide dealer by providing you dealer name and business license.
If not, you have potentially bigger problems coming than getting a wrong part and having to keep it.

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10-27-2011 06:31:48

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 Re: Riley tractor parts, ohio in reply to 730d se, 08-25-2011 04:43:05  
730 or not, is not a green light for fraudulent behavior,


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mike ind

08-25-2011 14:30:01

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 Re: Riley tractor parts, ohio in reply to 730d se, 08-25-2011 04:43:05  
Yes,i am a used dealer,but what's that have to do with bad service? You don't need license to be a dealer.Riley's prices on most stuff is retail anyhow.I only buy certain things from him.

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730d se

08-25-2011 15:07:02

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 Re: Riley tractor parts, ohio in reply to mike ind, 08-25-2011 14:30:01  
As I said, if you are a dealer and file your taxes as a business, you can write off the cost of the faulty part including frieght and tax. It is like money back because it lowers your tax burden by that amount.
I never offered that as an excuse for bad customer service.
But, unlike a retail buyer, you can recover almost all of your money and keep the part to sell to someone that can use it.
RTP price book is wholesale based on what you pay for most of those same parts at retail dealers and outlets.
Most dealers order in quantity which lowers your price even more.

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