You will always encounter someone that regrets the purchase for one reason or another (NOT that there is anything wrong with the item). One way to counter the entitled request is to RECORD the meeting, whether it be just a voice recording or with full video, as to avoid any/all confusion as to what occurred during the transaction.
HI @Rmdelete thats unfortunate ,,,,,,,but we cant expect sellers to do returns on offerup,,,,,,i myself have purchased many items with gas engines over the years that were not new,,,,,,,,,its up to the buyer to inspect the item and then make the decision to buy or not,,,a good start is to check the oil,,,,,,,see if the engine will start or at least turn over before paying for it,,,,,,,,if you are unsure about an item,,,,,adjust your offer , i would just look at the purchase as a learning experience,,,,,,,,,,someone said something about voice recording,,,,i would be very careful about voice recording anyone without thier knowledge without checking the laws first,,,,the law is not the same in every state,,,,,,some states you can video or photogragh someone in public,,,,,,but voice recording without the persons knowledge is illegal.
That is a really good idea...Lol, I hadn't thought of taping or videoing the conversation of a meeting or sale. I will do just that from now on . Thanks for suggesting this...❤
Well it seems to me that if they are on the up and up they wouldn't mind you videoing the transaction. Why not just say that you are going too? If they don't like that then don't sell to or buy from them .... I mean it sounds like a really good idea to me ! Lol ....just sayin'.