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Buyer and Seller Feedback - Re: Justin Click

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Sloroll

09-09-2013 15:53:47
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I am still in the collection process. There are a few more hoops across state lines. I am not crying about it. I am keeping a skunk in the daylight is all and will until this is settled. You can try to bury it like a cat does but it is what it is. If I keep one more person from being swindled I have done what I set out to do.




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BooHoo

11-28-2013 05:58:17
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 Re: Justin Click in reply to Sloroll, 09-09-2013 15:53:47  
Good Lord you whine a lot.



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Tom Madden

12-04-2013 15:54:19
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 Re: Justin Click in reply to BooHoo, 11-28-2013 05:58:17  
I have worked with Justin for about 6 years. Justin has been very fair with me and I have been with him. Any type of relationship requires give and take. I don't know all of the facts of this transaction that went bad but this is what I do know. I contacted Bill and said I would draft a short document for both he and Justin to sign that required them to both refrain from talking about this matter any more and that as soon as signed I would forward a cashiers check to Bill from Justin. Bill would not agree to refrain from speaking ill of Justin so the deal would not get signed. I have all of the emails and the document to back up what I have said. I think Bill needs to look in the mirror because as one of the other collectors posted, Bill likes to whine. Bill, life is just too short to expend so much energy on negativity. Move on with life and smell the roses instead of sniffing the sh--.

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Old-F20

12-04-2013 19:54:53
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 Re: Justin Click in reply to Tom Madden, 12-04-2013 15:54:19  
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ironic.....he somewhat did the same to me

we traded some tractors and HE set the stipulations of the trade. He got the tractor and liked it. I got mine and was happy. about a month later he decided to bash me on Cowboard. I call him and ask him whats up. he said nothing and that things were fine. told him I didn't get that impression and said we could trade back and I would eat the trucking. he didn't want to, he wanted to keep the tractor. few more weeks went by and he starts bad mouthing me again. I bought a new transmission case for the tractor he had thinking that would make things right. he didn't want it and continued to act like things are fine. He must turn into a tough guy behind the keyboard because on the phone he acted like everything was fine. I tried TWICE to make him happy and he wanted nothing to do with it. he likes to play the 'poor me' card. I guess ive just had enough of hi shi* and now im not gonna be quiet anymore.

funniest part of the deal was he had steel wheel tractors at the airport which is nothing but concrete everywhere. he gets one form me (26 regular on steel) and later on the transmission case cracks and then he blames me...........hmmmmm :roll: :roll:

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