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Old 8th July 2019, 06:53   #531
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Makes perfect sense, warn others, the right thing to do!
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Old 9th July 2019, 10:41   #532
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Finally had an email from Sean on the 28th February saying he was ďSo sorry. We are shipping this week, I found your emails in my Spam just now. Its all boxed up and going out tomorrow or SaturdayĒ Given the benefit that the emails did go to his spam folder I emailed him for a date of dispatch and received on the 5th March that it was to be dropped off at a UPS service point close to where I live Ė ok so far. I then get an email from Parcel2Go saying I should be getting my parcel no later than 12th March. 12th March passes no delivery. I spoke to Parcel2Go on 12th March who checked with UPS and found that a parcel label only had been drawn up on 7th March with no indication of a delivery date.
I checked both the UPS and Parcel2Go tracking service at today Thursday 14th March and there is no shipping information indicating relating to the product I purchased being picked up for shipping and delivery.
Iíve now asked for a full refund from Sean and informed my credit card company accordingly whom have now raised a dispute claim with 75andZT.com.

Parcel2Go were very helpful and issue by email to me a full transcript of our discussions.

We will see where we go from here.
Just an update on my claim to Sean Moore - Iím pleased to say that my credit card company has now refunded to me the payment that was paid to Sean Moore.
However, itís taken a fair amount of time to get to this outcome. From the initial complaint to my credit card company you need to wait 21days for a reply from the company to your claim for a refund. After the 21 days you need to send another email to the company and if no reply is forthcoming then the credit company issues a dispute claim to the merchantís bank. This is what my credit card wrote to me:
ďAfter reviewing your information, I'm pleased to tell you that I've applied a temporary credit to your account. This credit will show on your account whilst the merchantís bank reviews the information.

Should the merchant's bank disagree with our actions, they'll provide us with more information, which we'll forward to you for review.
If they don't contact us, the credit will remain permanently on your account after 45 days.Ē
You must keep records of all discussions, telephone calls, emails etc., with the company, so as to build up a case file. I did a lot of research and obtained several different email addresses in this case for Sean and copied my correspondence to him to all the email addresses I had for him.
Good luck to anyone else who is trying to get their money back Ė but donít give up!
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Old 12th July 2019, 00:29   #533
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It's a shame this went the way it did - in the early days Sean seemed like a reliable trader who would stand by members, and in return had a good customer base with plenty of return trade.

Good luck getting money back to anyone chasing a refund.
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Old 15th July 2019, 09:41   #534
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Would be nice if the club could buy the domain or get a domain broker involved.

Send that domain here instead to warn people about it.

Sad, for so long was a good supplier and then it all went wrong.

Dpes make you wonder about all those earlier delays and lost orders.
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Old 17th July 2019, 22:11   #535
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Dpes make you wonder about all those earlier delays and lost orders.

He probably had worsening cash flow issues and eventually completely lost control. He was using the deposits on goods, to finance his operation.



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Is there a short summary of what actually happened?

There was Radioguy, Sean, selling Navalls, but then what? Did he go rogue and just quit and disappear... or go bankrupt? Or ended up in prison? Or moved to Thailand?!

What was the story?!
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Old 18th July 2019, 10:45   #537
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Is there a short summary of what actually happened?

There was Radioguy, Sean, selling Navalls, but then what? Did he go rogue and just quit and disappear... or go bankrupt? Or ended up in prison? Or moved to Thailand?!

What was the story?!

I think that all began well, people paid in advance, items were delivered in a timely manner - then gradually it all began to fall apart. Excuses were made for late delivery, complaints about faulty equipment went un-dealt with. Then it developed to the point where moneys were taken and nothing turned up, emails went unanswered and moneys not returned. No one seems to know what happened to him, or where he might be. He advertised his wares in numerous other marque forums, both in the UK and other countries, so potentially a lot of people are out of pocket for a considerable sum.


Whether he just got into gradual financial difficulties, or decided he had such a large sum in deposits it would be worth his while to just disappear - no one can say except Sean.



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Old 18th July 2019, 11:35   #538
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So far as I understand the course of events, or shall I say my take on it. He was selling items that had to have a deposit on them before he would order. The items seemed mostly to come from China. As time went on, he managed to get two people to represent him by them fitting items to members cars(nothing wrong with that). If anything went wrong with the items, one or other of the two people who he had got to’give him a hand’ in running the shop, so to speak would , because of their expertise, repair the items or report that a replacement was required. This’trading’ so to speak, gradually was replaced by items being ordered and either never being delivered, or having to be reordered (according to Sean) and would be delivered later(or not as the case applies). This then descended into items being ordered from Sean, and after many enquiries from the person who had ordered them to Sean, nothing arrived. Sean went awol and so did some money.He even let those that ‘worked’ for him in whatever capacity use their own money in the belief that they would be recompensed at a later date. Shame really because it affects not only those that paid out their hard earnt money to someone who decided to do a runner, because it also affects those people who trusted him enough to do work for him, and all the families of those who lost money. All in all, a thoughtless person who deserves to be prosecuted,WHATEVER the reason it happened. All those who lost money, should pool their resources and present their dossier to the fraud squad. They like intriguing cases, and this is certainly one of those.
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