Hey I was wondering if there are any good ways of insuring someone sells you skis if you buy them over newschoolers.. Is there anyway to make sure the skis are sent and the other person pays or whatever? Because there are a ton of people on the net trying to jack epople and I was just wondering if there are any good ways to not get jacked
dont worry, the NS army keeps things safe. if someone ripps you off, someone from that area goes and beats the shit out of them.
in science class i sat down to fast and you know how you can sit on your balls. well i did and i sat down really fast and crushed them and right when i sat down i started puking and fell out of my chair. they teacher laughed. i felt like i could pass out i wanted to die.-*NWFT*nUkkA
I still just have no idea how you can mistake your dick and a chicken neck, let alone not realize what you are doing. -manus
write up some sort of contract or agreement to hold them to their word. if that doesn't work, like East_Coast said...the NS army in that area will hunt them down.
Small, simple, safe price. Rise the wake and carry me with all of my regrets. This is not a small cut that scabs and dries and flakes and heals. And I am not afraid to die. I\'m not afraid to bleed and fuck and fight. I want the pain of payment. What\'s left but a section of pigmy-sized cuts. Much like a slew of a thousand unwanted fucks. Would you be my little cut? Would you be my thousand fucks? And make mark leaving space for the guilt to be liquid. To fill and spill over and under my thoughts. My sad, sorry, selfish craft of the cutter. I\'m cutting trying to picture your black broken heart. Love is not like anything, especially a fucking knife!
- Bert McCracken
what i recommdened is getting some personal information from them like name address etc. then do a background check to verify that person's last name matches there address and phone number using superpages.ca(canadian) or superpages.com(american) then use paypal.
I thought COD was collect on delivery, oh well it really increases shipping charges, especially if you pay with cash. COD only insures that the package gets to you, not what is inside the package, and no, you cn't open the package before you pay for it. One time, i almost used COD, and the charges were about $10 more, so if it's worth it, do it. Paypal also provides some protection.
well i bought a 1225 dollar camrea from some one so i think you can trust someone selling you a 400 dollar pair of skis and if you sell it on ebay you have to pay at least 2 bucks for listing and a certain percent of the selling price so it could run you like 10 extra bucks to sell it