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When I told her that:

1. She had misrepresented her  item (she said it was fully functioning, and it hadn't been converted to modern phone lines, so how could she KNOW?)
2. She had tried to blackmail me for good feedback "change your negative feedback for me and I'll return your money" (Ebay slapped her for this.)
3. I was NEVER going to change my feedback because I’m not satisfied!
4. She could have the phone back WHEN she paid me the postage for it, which she had not done. The law in England states that with a breach of contract, the aggrieved party has to be put back into a position as if the transaction had not taken place i.e. she had to return my money AND pay for return postage.

She didn't like that.

Here's her response. It's rather poetic.  I rather think English isn't her first language.

you know what
so take the phone itself for free
and then you're gonna
Matchstick Men and beggar
I do not care for that already.
bon appetit
Enjoy your meal.
to never again
no more such people like you
I wish I wore

Date: 2012-08-16 04:24 pm (UTC)
jessfaraday: (Default)
From: [personal profile] jessfaraday
Are you sure you weren't dealing with an e-mail spam generator? Perhaps one of them became self-aware and started selling crap phones on ebay. It could happen!

Matchstick men!

Date: 2012-08-16 06:34 pm (UTC)
beckyblack: (mst3k)
From: [personal profile] beckyblack
It's like lyrics from a 1970s concept album. :D

Date: 2012-08-16 09:16 pm (UTC)
lee_rowan: Lee and her dog (Default)
From: [personal profile] lee_rowan
Does national health cover this kind of delusional affliction?


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