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Old 06-08-2014, 08:07 PM   #1
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Roush for sale

2011-2014 V6 Roush AB for sell
350 shipped or 300 local pick up in Miami.

I accept paypal as payment and buyer pays paypal fees.

I have used this exhaust for just 3 months.

Reason for sell is that they are too loud.

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I'm interested. Any wiggle room on price for a fellow Soldier. What are the Paypal fees?

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Old 06-09-2014, 08:46 PM   #4
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With PayPal you have to pay like 10 dollars fees unless you send money as a gift.

I really don't mind if it is gift or not

I was also a soldier my friend and I wish I could give you a better price but 350 shipped is already good enough
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Ok. Do you still have the receipt?
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Yes I do

I am in a movie theater now as soon i get home I will send it to you.
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I will definitely take them. Please send a copy of the receipt at your earliest convenience and instructions for payment. Thanks.
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And just to confirm, these are the v6 ABs, right?
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I'm not sure this qualifies as one of my dutys as a mod here but I will STRONGLY recommend you do NOT EVER SEND MONEY AS A GIFT VIA PAYPAL. If you do, there is NO safety net for you, NONE as far as buyer protection or if the parts don't show up or problem with the seller or not as described etc...

Now, I am not saying this is the case, from the for sale ad with the OP actually following the rules and posting his username and all it seems totally legit but you can never be too careful.

Google "paypal fee calcultor" for the current Paypal fees, it is usually 2.7% of the total price. You can also specify on paypal itself that you want the seller to receive $xxx and it will spit out the number you need to pay for them to receive it. For $300 its going to be under $10 for sure.

One last thing, when using paypal ALWAYS pay with a credit card. Not a debit card, a credit card. Paypal's "buyer protection" is a joke but if you use a CC you can deal with any potential issues much easier via your bank or your CC issuer than you can if you use a debit or bank transfer.

Ok off soapbox, I hope this transaction is smooth and it all seems totally legit but whenever I see anyone mention sending the money as a gift, alarm bells start going off in my head. I have seen enough ppl get burned by sending it as a gift and I've had my own issues with paypal because I had to learn the hard way to use a CC for any/all transactions.
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I'm not sure this qualifies as one of my dutys as a mod here but I will STRONGLY recommend you do NOT EVER SEND MONEY AS A GIFT VIA PAYPAL. If you do, there is NO safety net for you, NONE as far as buyer protection or if the parts don't show up or problem with the seller or not as described etc...

Now, I am not saying this is the case, from the for sale ad with the OP actually following the rules and posting his username and all it seems totally legit but you can never be too careful.

Google "paypal fee calcultor" for the current Paypal fees, it is usually 2.7% of the total price. You can also specify on paypal itself that you want the seller to receive $xxx and it will spit out the number you need to pay for them to receive it. For $300 its going to be under $10 for sure.

One last thing, when using paypal ALWAYS pay with a credit card. Not a debit card, a credit card. Paypal's "buyer protection" is a joke but if you use a CC you can deal with any potential issues much easier via your bank or your CC issuer than you can if you use a debit or bank transfer.

Ok off soapbox, I hope this transaction is smooth and it all seems totally legit but whenever I see anyone mention sending the money as a gift, alarm bells start going off in my head. I have seen enough ppl get burned by sending it as a gift and I've had my own issues with paypal because I had to learn the hard way to use a CC for any/all transactions.
You are spot on. I would never choose gift. I am using my CC and for the very reason that you mentioned. Even though I trust the sale is legit, I still like being protected. Thanks for your input!
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I'm not sure this qualifies as one of my dutys as a mod here but I will STRONGLY recommend you do NOT EVER SEND MONEY AS A GIFT VIA PAYPAL. If you do, there is NO safety net for you, NONE as far as buyer protection or if the parts don't show up or problem with the seller or not as described etc...

Now, I am not saying this is the case, from the for sale ad with the OP actually following the rules and posting his username and all it seems totally legit but you can never be too careful.

Google "paypal fee calcultor" for the current Paypal fees, it is usually 2.7% of the total price. You can also specify on paypal itself that you want the seller to receive $xxx and it will spit out the number you need to pay for them to receive it. For $300 its going to be under $10 for sure.

One last thing, when using paypal ALWAYS pay with a credit card. Not a debit card, a credit card. Paypal's "buyer protection" is a joke but if you use a CC you can deal with any potential issues much easier via your bank or your CC issuer than you can if you use a debit or bank transfer.

Ok off soapbox, I hope this transaction is smooth and it all seems totally legit but whenever I see anyone mention sending the money as a gift, alarm bells start going off in my head. I have seen enough ppl get burned by sending it as a gift and I've had my own issues with paypal because I had to learn the hard way to use a CC for any/all transactions.
And I coulnt agree with you more

NEVER say payments as gift!
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I will definitely take them. Please send a copy of the receipt at your earliest convenience and instructions for payment. Thanks.
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