|Purchase date:||July 2018|
|Buyer's name:||F. R. Hardman|
|Buyer's address||F. R. Hardman 2529 Bay Vista Drive Biloxi, MS 39531-2801|
|Buyer's country:||United States|
|Payment method:||Credit Card|
|Category:||Computers & Networking|
I listed an item on eBay with a description clearly stating that the media I am selling can be used unlimited times and therefore wouldn't be necessary to buy more than one item. I also made it clear that if anyone were to buy more than one item, the order would be immediately cancelled. The item is an ISO download file for Windows 7 and not a product key, so, as said before, it wouldn't be necessary to buy more than one.
After a few dozen sales, this lunatic buyer called "biloxiruss" purchased two items. Suspecting that he didn't read the description like an idiot, I cancelled his order with a message explaining why.
The very next day, he decides to correspond with a hilarious response, opening with a sarcastic remark about me using my "mind-reading powers" about what he wants and that he was Gemini, so it would be good luck to buy two items, and that my "mind-reading powers sucks."
I gave him an extensive reply, but to sum it up, I wrote he is an illiterate moron who does business on astrological signs instead of using his damn common sense to know exactly what he is buying and that he has the mental capacity of a short-tempered child. Furthermore, I decided to block him and report his message to eBay.
Also, it did cross my mind that he screwed up on his end and is just blaming me and playing the victim card because of his utter stupidity, but I didn't include that in the message.
To other sellers and competitors, do not do business with this child and/or lunatic. If this is how he treats sellers whenever he screws up as a buyer, then I'm surprised eBay hasn't kicked him off a long time ago.
|John Hammond Hammond IT Solutionsfirstname.lastname@example.org||9713032477||2016-01-12||0|