Here's his profile: http://www.newschoolers.com/ns/members/profile/member_id/149118/
He has excellent feedback from a ton of users. I'm not sure what the problem is, and I'm not sure what crosses the line to "callout status", but I'm not prone to sitting around when my money is on the line. I'd rather like to see this sorted out.
Nov 21st, I see he's got some Oakley Twitches for sale and ask him how much. $40. Great, I'll take 'em. I paypal him the money and ask when he'll ship.
Nov 26th, He still has not responded - it was Thanksgiving, however, and I am totally understanding. No problem.
Nov 27th, he responds, saying he'll ship tomorrow with a tracker. Great, I say, just send me the tracker tomorrow and let me know.
Nov 29th, I ask him if he's shipped yet, no response.
Nov 30th, he logged on and did not respond to either of my messages A bit of a red flag for me.
Dec 1st, I ask him what's going on, no response
Dec 2nd, today, he was online, with no responses to any of my messages. Another red flag.
I'm not assuming foul play because his feedback is very good, he seems legit, and I don't think he's trying to scam me, but this level of communication is not working for me. If you're online, would you not respond? I'll assume his inbox may have been running deep - still, when money's on the line, there's an expectation of clarity and performance. You get it done.
If anyone knows him IRL, hit him up and ask him to get this sorted out. I mean no malice against him whatsoever in calling him out like this, but as I said, I don't sit around and wait for things to unfold organically when I've got money down. I don't have a ton of money, these shades were a treat to myself, and I'd like to see this settled.