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- Jan 29, 2014
He is Issac, I just found old info when I talked to this kid two years ago, it's him, same name.
This comes as no surprise to me. I had a feeling something was up when he posted those links to suppliers of these diodes at prices that no one could match. I still hope evans965 gets his money back. :undecided:
I suggest you to do credit fraud statement against him, I have "Isaac" school email address, and this can be solved quickly by law enforcement..317718 u said u was going to send me a refund u have not yet but in 3 weeks im going to do a credit card fraud on you so i will get it back no matter what i will leave it up to you the easy way or the hard way on a credit card fraud case u will have to pay more fees than just the money back to me just send me my £56.61 gbp back and thats the end of it.
Criminals, bandits, scammers, and shifty gray area operators/con men, up to no good individuals, exist in every Country and culture, unfortunately a fact of lifefor a credit card dispute there is a £100 gbp charge on top of what they owe me something like that dont know how someone can just take money from someone and not pay it back.
Credit card purchases in UK are a bit different than the US Civil contract lawsuit and judgement situation in the USA. There are stronger laws and protections in for goods not delivered credit card cases, commonly purchases costing £100 or less, paid for with a Visa or MasterCard credit or debit card, can be reimbursed using chargeback if the items ordered don't arrive, are damaged, look different from the description or the firm selling them goes bust.I don't know how it works overseas, but when you go after someone for not fulling a contract here, you have to sue and get a judgement. I have done this before and even with a judgement you still have to get the money away from them. I never got my money, even after getting a judgement and going after them for it. Maybe things have changed if you can prove fraud, but that is not as easy as it sounds.
UK is different--it is a law.Yes, I have several major credit cards and all of them offer protection against fraud, scams and the like. But, it isn't required by law. Just something they do for their customers.