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Old 09-05-2012, 09:10 AM   #59
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I can understand her feelings of frustration. I suppose the "warning" is good even for those who have or have not had bad experiences buying a personal sale second-hand.

I've been burned in the past by sellers who didn't deliver on their end, and/or were unwilling to help the customer out in SOME way when foibles happen. Most of my experiences buying from people have been good, and it's been a trustworthy, drama-free experience. Most people do just want to offload their extras and recoup some cost, but some don't want to be bothered with making it a good deal.

I'd be a bit on the ranty side too if I had the same experienced with a pre-owned digital device. I would want the slate wiped clean and anything associated with it to be all mine.
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