As I stated in my previous post, it was my work address as we were in the process of moving. I asked him to wire it (taking the fees OUT of the $400, not asking him to do so out of his own pocket). I also told him to take the stop-payment fees out of the $400 and wire me the rest, taking the fees out of what was left.
This is a matter of character, and I assure you, not defamation, as it is facts, not opinions. Fact: I paid him $400 for a legal transaction and got a receipt from his son.
Fact: He has not refunded my money after the transaction was caused to be incomplete.
Fact: I have a receipt, he has nothing to prove it was ever refunded nor sent (wouldn't you send a check for $400 certified mail?).
Draw your own conclusions. Obviously this is a case of caveat emptor, and the Franklin Co. Courts will have to decide it rather than just being repaid and the matter finalized.
I am no judge here, but I sell quite a bit on ebay. If someone has me mail something to the wrong address, its too bad. The post office will return it, or someone at that address has it.
If the gentleman moved, he should have put a postal forward in place.
The legal process required for out of state suits is quite costly, and IMHO if someone cannot afford down payment + first month's rent....
And this is a totally irrelevant forum for this type of discussion. There is no reason why this guy should have posted here in the first place. It has nothing to do with car parts etc for sale, it will not accelerate the legal process, and it is just plain defamatory.
Quite frankly, I think that this guy is over the line with what he is claiming, hell even look at his user name. This is an obvious troll attempt.
I have to say that I completely see what Paul is saying, Sent to the address provided. If it needs to be resent, it needs to have a "stop payment", which cost money. Id think a fair compromise would be a return of $360 to offset the cost of the stop-payment.
Next time you move Paullscammedme, you be sure to contact the postal service with a forwarding address.