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I hope this doesn't turn into a bad deals thread
Ey... I hope not, card was for my cousin and he's a student so cash is a tight for him... :confused:
But Marc "seller" seems like a decent, God fearing individual so hopefully we can resolve this...
 

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Kindly be advised that the card was working prior to the sale when tested by an independent company. Further take note that the advert specified that the card was being sold ‘as is’. As such, the seller is unable to accept any liability, including but not limited to the manner in which the item was handled following the sale.

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Good day

Kindly be advised that the card was working prior to the sale when tested by an independent company. Further take note that the advert specified that the card was being sold ‘as is’. As such, the seller is unable to accept any liability, including but not limited to the manner in which the item was handled following the sale.

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M MarcB Selling a card "as is" doesn't mean you can sell one that doesn't work... The fact that the card wasn't tested in front of me and wasn't packaged at all (laying bare on your car seat) gives me no other option than to take your word for it. If you could provide proof that the card was indeed tested and working 100% by Chaos computers as indicated in your sale thread it might make your disclaimer more relevant.
 

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The buyer bought the card 'as is', it was sold in good faith as working, after having previously being tested at my own expense. It has since being in the buyer's possession. I will not be discussing this further.

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OK, it seems that shit attitude is sticking. I can't assume anything other than you sold a broken card knowing it's broken, and now you're trying to weasel your way out of it. raskad87 raskad87 please go to SAPS and open a case of fraud against Marc Borchart. If you have his vehicle details that might also work.
 
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