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justin NY

01-07-2003 16:32:16




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Punchie, I have bought alot of parts off this auction and ebay without a problem until recently!I bought a set of front tires/rim and batery box for a Allis C and it looks like I am out about $200.The seller won't return my e-mails or anything..The seller is (Senior) out of Montana.I would not reccomend you buying anything from him.I have his address and if I am ever in Montana I will get my Money Back!It is really bad when you can't trust people for tractor parts It's sad actually!He has been puting alot of Allis Parts up for auction lately.Besides him I have not had any trouble with anyone else. Justin NY

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Eldon

01-07-2003 20:34:21




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 Re: Re: PARTS in reply to justin NY, 01-07-2003 16:32:16  

I'd beware of anyone who posts a lot of items all at once. They can take the money and run before anyone has a chance to post negative feedback. Justin do you have a name for this thief?



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CHALMERSBOB

01-08-2003 14:15:32




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 Re: Re: Re: PARTS in reply to Eldon, 01-07-2003 20:34:21  
I WANTED TO BID ON A "C" REBUILT HEAD THE OTHER DAY, BUT I WASN'T REGISTERED. I FILLED OUT THE REGISTRATION SCREEN AND SUBMITTED IT, AND HAVE SINCE SENT TWO EMAILS , BUT HAVEN'T HEARD ANTHING BACK ABOUT MY PASSWORD. DID ANYONE ELSE HAVE A SIMILAR PROBLEM? MAYBE I DON'T WANT TO BID ANYWAY.
APPRECIATE ANY INPUT, THANKS BOB



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Justin NY

01-08-2003 17:03:55




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: PARTS in reply to CHALMERSBOB, 01-08-2003 14:15:32  
Bob, You are lucky the guy that had that head is the guy that ripped me off!He goes by Senior on the auction his real name supposedly is JIM Loffland out of Montana!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!I wouldn't bid on anything he has $200 isn't alot to some people but it is a heck of alot for me. Justin NY



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Flyin Farmall

01-08-2003 19:56:33




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: PARTS in reply to Justin NY, 01-08-2003 17:03:55  
There was a Lofland ripping everyone off this summer!!He was banned from the auction,probally using his brother,or father's name this time.You really have to watch out for him!!!!



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Punchie

01-08-2003 19:15:49




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: PARTS in reply to Justin NY, 01-08-2003 17:03:55  
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Yes that was why I posted this is just because of him.

Punchie



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