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Just want to say i am sorry about this trade going bad. I hope we can work something out so you don't feel "chipped". You have been more than understanding about this and i really appreciate it. If the post office does'nt find the CD, i will "definately" work something out with you to satisfy you.

 

P.S I decided to post this publicly so you would know i really do care about this problem. Thanks for your patience.

 

KING

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Just want to say i am sorry about this trade going bad. I hope we can work something out so you don't feel "chipped". You have been more than understanding about this and i really appreciate it. If the post office does'nt find the CD, i will "definately" work something out with you to satisfy you.

 

P.S I decided to post this publicly so you would know i really do care about this problem.  Thanks for your patience.

 

KING

 

Hi King,

 

I appreicate all the help you've been able to give me to try and find out want happened to it as well. Let me also say what a class act you have been with this because you could've just said there was nothing you could. No hard feelings what so ever and would be more than happy to trade with you again. :)

 

Take care,

Lawrence

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Just want to say i am sorry about this trade going bad. I hope we can work something out so you don't feel "chipped". You have been more than understanding about this and i really appreciate it. If the post office does'nt find the CD, i will "definately" work something out with you to satisfy you.

 

P.S I decided to post this publicly so you would know i really do care about this problem.  Thanks for your patience.

 

KING

 

Hi King,

 

I appreicate all the help you've been able to give me to try and find out want happened to it as well. Let me also say what a class act you have been with this because you could've just said there was nothing you could. No hard feelings what so ever and would be more than happy to trade with you again. :)

 

Take care,

Lawrence

 

 

 

I will vouch for king as he has been an excellent trader.He's been very generous all the time.relivinthe80s also has been kind to me.Glad to see all will be well.That's the po for you,that's hard to say as I work for them

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There is something going on with the USPS these days! My CD to melodicrockoz which was sent quite a while ago via Global Priority is still somewhere out there too!  :angryfire:

 

I think there's a worker or two at the USPS that is a fan of our type of music and when they find it, they'll "accidentally" lose the package. :rolleyes:

 

I've had this happen too. Thankfully, not too often, but it has happened. (As we all know, my Ninteen88 CD must have been lost 5-10 times. :lol:)

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anything that looks like it could be an illegaly copied cd or dvd they are opening and keeping a list of traders of pirated stuff. :yikes:

 

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I wonder how many people soiled themselves before they realized it was a joke. :lol:

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THANK GOODNESS. Lawerence "finally" got the Mollo/Martin CD i sent him, this is too funny, here's the email he sent me, hope he doesnt mind me posting it here.

 

Neil!

 

You won't believe this but a gentleman just dropped

off the Mollo/Martin CD. I didn't ask him how long he

had it but it was opened but intact. Now my question

to you is do just want me to write return to sender on

the package you just sent out or possibly get some

more cdrs for them? I'll leave it up to you. I'm

leaving tomorrow afternoon and will be

back in town Friday sometime. lmk

Have a safe and Happy Thanksgiving

Lawrence

 

I'm glad he got them but curious as to "who" had them,lol. Glad it worked out.

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