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Sold Nirvana1000 a pair of HFI-580s. The communication was great and the payment was prompt. Truly an ideal transaction. Highly recommend to other head-fiers.
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Sold Nirvana1000 a 10 ft blue dragon detachable cable. Everything was done quickly with no problems, highly recommended.
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Sold Nirvana1000 a Styleaudio Emerald. Very prompt payment, and a pleasure to do business with. He was a very nice guy, and I would not hesitate to do business with him in the future.
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I sold him my fx500s. Payment was quick and communication was excellent, would trade again.
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Bought the Headroom Micro DAC from him. Very helpful and friendly, just like the rest of the members here.

Thanks man!
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bought a minibox E+ from Nirvana1000. great guy! very nice. even went out of his way to bring the necessary equipment for me to test the amp on the spot. that is going the extra mile
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Bought A Auzentech Prelude

shipped fast great seller. didn't say he was going to track but i guess he was forced too. arrrived and working!
post #8 of 10
Had a pretty bad experience, all told.

Was interested in a Minibox E+, and sent payment immediately. Before it shipped, I changed my mind on the deal and asked if he would mind cancelling the transaction - He said ok. Nice guy, I thought, everything fine.

But a day passed and I still was out the $160 I had sent through Paypal. I PM'd asking for a refund. It was coming, I was told. Another day passed. Beginning to get worried.

"Look," I said, "if it's a big deal to you, I'll just take the amp and resell it myself. Just ship the amp tomorrow and forget about it."

"I've already sold the amp locally to someone else," I was told. What? Ok, well then, where's my $160?!? It's coming, problems with his bank account, credit card, something. Hmm.

Another day passes. Then another. I've lost $160, I'm sure. I contact Paypal and start a formal dispute. They send him a formal letter requesting payment.

Next day I get an email, "Payment was sent to your paypal acct, so you can close the dispute" he said. I went and checked my paypal acct - nope, no money. I write to paypal - has there been any money deposited in my account, he said there was. No, I was told.

I escalate the dispute and provide the details of our interactions. Several days later, paypal internal investigations decides in my favor and I am awarded $160.

I'm not saying all this to be mean - I'm bet there really was some kind of screw up with his bank or credit card or whatever. But the lack of communication - and then miscommunication - was pretty bad. I went for a week thinking I was out $160, which kinda sucked. But on the other hand, it gave me new respect for using Paypal.
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Originally Posted by AVU View Post
Had a pretty bad experience, all told.

Was interested in a Minibox E+, and sent payment immediately. Before it shipped, I changed my mind on the deal and asked if he would mind cancelling the transaction - He said ok. Nice guy, I thought, everything fine.

But a day passed and I still was out the $160 I had sent through Paypal. I PM'd asking for a refund. It was coming, I was told. Another day passed. Beginning to get worried.

"Look," I said, "if it's a big deal to you, I'll just take the amp and resell it myself. Just ship the amp tomorrow and forget about it."

"I've already sold the amp locally to someone else," I was told. What? Ok, well then, where's my $160?!? It's coming, problems with his bank account, credit card, something. Hmm.

Another day passes. Then another. I've lost $160, I'm sure. I contact Paypal and start a formal dispute. They send him a formal letter requesting payment.

Next day I get an email, "Payment was sent to your paypal acct, so you can close the dispute" he said. I went and checked my paypal acct - nope, no money. I write to paypal - has there been any money deposited in my account, he said there was. No, I was told.

I escalate the dispute and provide the details of our interactions. Several days later, paypal internal investigations decides in my favor and I am awarded $160.

I'm not saying all this to be mean - I'm bet there really was some kind of screw up with his bank or credit card or whatever. But the lack of communication - and then miscommunication - was pretty bad. I went for a week thinking I was out $160, which kinda sucked. But on the other hand, it gave me new respect for using Paypal.
This guy is the reason why people should be weary about doing business over the net.This is a guy who after he paid me and i was just about to ship the amp the day after.He PMs me changes his mind.And I was honest enough to say that i didn't ship it yet.Big mistake!But i gave him a chance to back out of the deal.Which i shouldn't have done.And most people wouldn't be as accommodating as i was.This guy is a piece of work.I even gave him $10 extra for the extra wait.Talk about ungrateful.I had a hold on my credit card,and had to configure Paypal with my Bank.Apparently Paypal held the money for some reason.And I told him to be patient and that he will get his money for sure and that i would gave him extra dollars minus the Paypal fees i paid after he reneged on our deal.He changed his mind about 3 times.First bad experience,and i've learned my lesson.Hopefully he learned his lesson.
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Bought my HD580, met locally and on time as agreed. Thanks.
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