the seller had a hadcock unipivot tonearm and here's the protest part -
'audiogon no longer lets the seller communicate with potential buyers to discuss shipping options or negotiate/control the sale of their goods. i'm against that and protest it. this means that if some idiot offers you, say, $100 for a $500 item, "the system" (Computer Nazis)take said item out of the eyeballs of a real sane potential buyer who might actually WANT to buy item for decent money ... that's B.S.!! and no way to run a service or treat a customer, and for this, they get my 2% plus $4 listing fee. they don't seem to realize i am not here to enrich them unjustly or have them control the sale of my gear. they are merely a corkboard where i pin up my ad and i'm happy to pay them a $4 fee for that. nothing more....MARK WILLIAMS (denied from communicating with YOU)'
comment - i find the allowance of this text by audiogon shows they allow criticism unless they haven't seen it yet.
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Topic - a protest letter in audiogon about audiogon - Hi-Fi Nut 07:17:00 08/30/12 (4)
- RE: a protest letter in audiogon about audiogon - velo6 02:40:09 08/31/12 (0)
- I was able to reach a seller - Vic D 08:10:43 08/30/12 (2)
- Yeah, but they used to be so good, before they got so greedy. -nt - Raiderman 08:28:50 08/30/12 (1)
- RE: Yeah, but they used to be so good, before they got so greedy. -nt - 6bq5 10:01:48 08/30/12 (0)