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    Just do the right thing Jason; otherwise, someone will sell your name and address to Russian mafia or Al-Qaida operative as their cover point of contact and address.
    I used to be good looking, folks!

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      Just send what is theirs back to them and you won't have issues. It really is that simple. You tried to scam, it didn't work out, just do the right thing to rectify the scenario and move on.

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        Jason
        if you have got insurance covered, then you can paypal back the money and chase it with postNL.

        My point is, you haven’t been straightforward with me since the whole situation started and I’ve been super patient.

        I won’t put all the details here because I want the mods to decide what is fair or not.

        The mods have asked me for the full story, messages etc. They can decide what should be done about our case.

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          Originally posted by Yourlefttoe View Post
          Jason
          if you have got insurance covered, then you can paypal back the money and chase it with postNL.

          My point is, you haven’t been straightforward with me since the whole situation started and I’ve been super patient.

          I won’t put all the details here because I want the mods to decide what is fair or not.

          The mods have asked me for the full story, messages etc. They can decide what should be done about our case.
          Only one thing i do is wait what PostNL has to say
          it stands big in my sales topic
          Worldwide shipping is OWN risk
          i cant do more then wait what PostNL has to say

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            Jason you read this in the rules section , im sure ?

            Sales Disclaimers on M2M sales

            25-11-13, 13:12
            This is just an FYI to those that cut and paste a disclaimer like this one...

            Cwazy Disclaimer
            1. This is a used watch, NOT new. So expect some wear on it. WYSIWYG!
            2. Asking questions does NOT mean that the watch is on hold. PM me with "I'LL TAKE IT" and I'll hold it.
            3. I may not respond to your PM instantly. I may not respond to it within a few hours, this is because I have a life, and I require sleep. I'm not ignoring you (unless you send me an insulting offer, of course )
            4. I will not take it back even if you find it too big, too small, too shiny or if your girlfriend thinks you are crazy for spending this amount on fake watches!
            5. Buyer assumes customs and shipping risk! I'll provide proof of shipping. Once it leaves my hands, I'm no longer responsible for it.
            6. This is a fake watch, a counterfeit made by underpaid Chinese workers in an abandoned warehouse (expect for the strap of course).
            If you are looking for perfection and no flaws I suggest you start saving up for the genuine and not buy replicas because they will always have flaws and they will break eventually and when they do I will not repair it or send you a new one.
            7. I reserve the right to choose a buyer.
            I'm an honest guy. If you're not happy with any of the above then please don't buy the watch. If you do buy it, I'll take that as acceptance of the disclaimer.
            8. Anyone may use this disclaimer, but responsibility for disclaimer rules fall upon the person who is using this disclaimer.
            9. DO NOT PUT ANY NOTES IN PAYPAL PERIOD.



            If you intend on selling something, be prepared to help your buyer with any issues. The staff will always side with the buyer first, these statements mean nothing if you send out a watch and it is DOA. No matter what your terms are, you need to be held accountable for what you sell. Understand that mistakes happen and be open to helping others fix issues. Otherwise, we consider that you are just using RWI as a dumping ground for faulty watches and your privileges will be removed.

            Thank you in advance for your cooperation.

            R2D4 Admin.

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              Originally posted by Raddave View Post
              Jason you read this in the rules section , im sure ?

              Sales Disclaimers on M2M sales

              25-11-13, 13:12
              This is just an FYI to those that cut and paste a disclaimer like this one...

              Cwazy Disclaimer
              1. This is a used watch, NOT new. So expect some wear on it. WYSIWYG!
              2. Asking questions does NOT mean that the watch is on hold. PM me with "I'LL TAKE IT" and I'll hold it.
              3. I may not respond to your PM instantly. I may not respond to it within a few hours, this is because I have a life, and I require sleep. I'm not ignoring you (unless you send me an insulting offer, of course )
              4. I will not take it back even if you find it too big, too small, too shiny or if your girlfriend thinks you are crazy for spending this amount on fake watches!
              5. Buyer assumes customs and shipping risk! I'll provide proof of shipping. Once it leaves my hands, I'm no longer responsible for it.
              6. This is a fake watch, a counterfeit made by underpaid Chinese workers in an abandoned warehouse (expect for the strap of course).
              If you are looking for perfection and no flaws I suggest you start saving up for the genuine and not buy replicas because they will always have flaws and they will break eventually and when they do I will not repair it or send you a new one.
              7. I reserve the right to choose a buyer.
              I'm an honest guy. If you're not happy with any of the above then please don't buy the watch. If you do buy it, I'll take that as acceptance of the disclaimer.
              8. Anyone may use this disclaimer, but responsibility for disclaimer rules fall upon the person who is using this disclaimer.
              9. DO NOT PUT ANY NOTES IN PAYPAL PERIOD.



              If you intend on selling something, be prepared to help your buyer with any issues. The staff will always side with the buyer first, these statements mean nothing if you send out a watch and it is DOA. No matter what your terms are, you need to be held accountable for what you sell. Understand that mistakes happen and be open to helping others fix issues. Otherwise, we consider that you are just using RWI as a dumping ground for faulty watches and your privileges will be removed.

              Thank you in advance for your cooperation.

              R2D4 Admin.
              Yes i think more then 3 or 4 times

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                Jason, like I said i will let the mods make the judgement once they have the full story

                i dont want to get into a internet shitfight

                lets just say that im not a noob when it comes to rep sales and I know the risks involved- IF the shipping is done correctly.

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                  Mods- i will send info tonight

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                    Originally posted by jasonvdwaars98 View Post

                    Yes i think more then 3 or 4 times
                    Good , then you are aware of our policy

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                      Originally posted by jasonvdwaars98 View Post

                      Only one thing i do is wait what PostNL has to say
                      it stands big in my sales topic
                      Worldwide shipping is OWN risk
                      i cant do more then wait what PostNL has to say
                      wtf?....if you have send it insured and it is not delivered, you will be compensated by PostNL m8, and I can know because they screwed up deliveries of several parcels from me.....it took a few months but in the end all was paid.
                      what crap is that you should do what Postnl says????...they will pay if the shipment is lost, you know that...you are responsable for shipping as you are the client from Postnl...not the buyer. You can put in a salespost whatever you want, but you can't wave this...don't be a coward hidding behind your statement in your salespost. Pay the guys their money back as it is the only thing you can do, just be a standup guy....you get your money from Postnl...or did you not insure it??

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                        Originally posted by jasonvdwaars98 View Post

                        i received this mail only 2 or 3 weeks ago and called one day later PostNL
                        then you have to wait for the letter that is 3 till 5 days and now they need to sort everything out and believe me that takes long at postnl

                        i sold a watch on another forum and the package came roughly destroyed at the guy who bought it from me it was a day-date when he opened the package the bracelet was broken because trowing
                        the investigation took 1,5 month before they came out with a conclusion and that package was shipped to a guy in holland so normally that don't take long waiting lists
                        Boy, you sure don't have much luck with shipping watches do you. It looks like every watch you ship is either lost or damaged in transit.

                        Really bad luck.
                        Vintage Rolex Builds: http://s1341.photobucket.com/user/tripdog/library/

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                          Originally posted by tripdog View Post

                          Boy, you sure don't have much luck with shipping watches do you. It looks like every watch you ship is either lost or damaged in transit.

                          Really bad luck.
                          Like such bad luck... like wow...
                          "People don't care about your watch, so wear what makes you happy!!!" -RWI Proverb# 7

                          https://picr.me/ralphy1975

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                            I wouldn’t trust him to send a postcard

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                              jasonvdwaars98 either you've got a curse on you or you fibbin'

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                                What a coincidence that both his parcels have had problems.

                                OnceÂ* my parcel became ' damaged' he tried to get me to claim it from my postal service. They were very clear that its the sender who paid for insurance that has to claim for it. They gave me a letter as proof for him to claim it.

                                I would probably still be waiting for Jason to contact me about insurance if I hadn't stumbled onto this thread. The sale was 2 months ago. Yes, I am very patient (see? I'm not a noob)

                                Anyways I have sent the mods the information with the full story.


                                By the way Jason, I don't understand why its such a big deal to pay me back my money and you can chase it up with postNL?

                                Unless there is no insurance?




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