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Old 09-12-2012, 06:27 PM
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How do I read an offer after I've submitted it. I made an offer with if's in if it is so in so and such and such I'll take it but he's marked it sold to me and hasn't answered one of my many questions? Mike
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Old 09-12-2012, 11:03 PM
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It sounds to me like the seller is trying to stampede you into a deal that you might not want to make. I think everyone would have the opinion (except maybe this seller) that a deal ain't final until all the questions are answered to the buyer's satisfaction. Extending his line of thinking, if I walk into a car dealersip and show some interest in a new car the car dealership considers it a deal. I don't think so.
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I agree I can't buy something that I don't know anything about. The only thing He's told me is it's a 1/10 setup and not a 1/8 setup. I want the CPU numbers at the bottom of the bar codes. I think he either doesn't have the items or that I'll find them cheaper if I have the bar code number's to compare sites. Mike


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It sounds to me like the seller is trying to stampede you into a deal that you might not want to make. I think everyone would have the opinion (except maybe this seller) that a deal ain't final until all the questions are answered to the buyer's satisfaction. Extending his line of thinking, if I walk into a car dealersip and show some interest in a new car the car dealership considers it a deal. I don't think so.
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You are only allowed to ask your question in one forum only. Thanks Dave
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