Paypal Engine Thief Gets Caught Red Handed and Confronted in Person!
Even though the internet is really putting together a big head of steam, becoming a ...
Even though the internet is really putting together a big head of steam, becoming a major part of just about everybody’s regular life, we still have to figure out some of the loose ends that the Internet has provided that allow scammers and people trying to make a quick buck on someone else’s hardwork to get ahead on the back of someone else. It’s really a shame that people have to take advantage of the system and peoples’ trusting nature in order to try to make their money but hey, not everybody can be a decent human being so if you’re doing business on the internet, expect the worst out of everybody and leave no stone unturned.
This time, we get the chance to hear one side of the story of an alleged PayPal engine thief who took advantage of someone’s good nature and ended up trying to pull a fast one, according to the engine builder. Now this is just one side of the story, however, from the seller’s point of view, he did all the services that were asked. Heck, if what he’s saying holds up, he even threw in some extras for absolutely free. However, when some of those free extras showed up “broken,” as the seller tells us, the buyer would try and reverse the whole transaction, as the seller says that the buyer attempted to keep the money and the engine. That definitely doesn’t seem very fair to us.
If you follow along with the video below, you’ll hear all about how this PayPal transaction went wrong. It kind of sucks that you can’t trust people to do good business these days. The world would be a much easier place to live in and much more prosperous if people were just honest! Now, as you know, in situations like this, it usually happens to be “innocent until proven guilty” but, if what we’re hearing here is true then the person on the receiving end of this deal should probably rethink how exactly they do business.