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I am in complete agreement with Jim on this. Lately I get emails from Chinese suppliers offering great prices and quantity deals on computer parts. (They know what I buy).
Like grandlydragon6@126.com
But they say:
Sorry , we have no paypal , but we have bank TT and western union , can you accept that ?
I responded with this:
"I haven’t used Western Union in over 25 years and I’ve never heard of bank TT.
If you’re going to do international business you need to get up to date and at least accept credit cards.
PayPal is probably the most accepted service for ordering computer parts. They will even send you a free dongle so you can take payments on an iPad or iPhone. The money is immediately available instead of waiting days.
So you have an order from me, figure out how to bill for it, invoice it, get paid and complete the sale. Then ship it."
Here's a company with a large order and I never heard back from them after this email.
Is it a SCAM? What else?
Satan's not taking a "Spring Break" this year. He's not even observing the Sabbath, he's working 24-7
Like the ads on TV with the dealdash,com ads "If it sounds to good to be true". Read what they actually put on the screen and believe it. Results are not typical. You were warned and they're still conning people and people are biting or the ads wouldn't still be on. "There's a sucker born every minute"..
-UPDATE 3/18/16
+'''UPDATE 3/18/16'''
+
OK, here's what you CAN do:
+
http://ecig-scam-suppliers.blogspot.com/2013/04/you-have-been-cheated-on-chinese.html

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I am in complete agreement with Jim on this. Lately I get emails from Chinese suppliers offering great prices and quantity deals on computer parts. (They know what I buy).
Like grandlydragon6@126.com
But they say:
Sorry , we have no paypal , but we have bank TT and western union , can you accept that ?
I responded with this:
"I haven’t used Western Union in over 25 years and I’ve never heard of bank TT.
If you’re going to do international business you need to get up to date and at least accept credit cards.
PayPal is probably the most accepted service for ordering computer parts. They will even send you a free dongle so you can take payments on an iPad or iPhone. The money is immediately available instead of waiting days.
So you have an order from me, figure out how to bill for it, invoice it, get paid and complete the sale. Then ship it."
Here's a company with a large order and I never heard back from them after this email.
Is it a SCAM? What else?
Satan's not taking a "Spring Break" this year. He's not even observing the Sabbath, he's working 24-7
Like the ads on TV with the dealdash,com ads "If it sounds to good to be true". Read what they actually put on the screen and believe it. Results are not typical. You were warned and they're still conning people and people are biting or the ads wouldn't still be on. "There's a sucker born every minute"..
+
+UPDATE 3/18/16
+OK, here's what you CAN do:
+http://ecig-scam-suppliers.blogspot.com/2013/04/you-have-been-cheated-on-chinese.html

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I am in complete agreement with Jim on this. Lately I get emails from Chinese suppliers offering great prices and quantity deals on computer parts. (They know what I buy).
Like grandlydragon6@126.com
But they say:
Sorry , we have no paypal , but we have bank TT and western union , can you accept that ?
I responded with this:
"I haven’t used Western Union in over 25 years and I’ve never heard of bank TT.
If you’re going to do international business you need to get up to date and at least accept credit cards.
PayPal is probably the most accepted service for ordering computer parts. They will even send you a free dongle so you can take payments on an iPad or iPhone. The money is immediately available instead of waiting days.
So you have an order from me, figure out how to bill for it, invoice it, get paid and complete the sale. Then ship it."
Here's a company with a large order and I never heard back from them after this email.
Is it a SCAM? What else?
Satan's not taking a "Spring Break" this year. He's not even observing the Sabbath, he's working 24-7
-Like the ads on TV with the dealdash,com ads "If it sounds to good to be true". Read what they actually put on the screen and believe it. Results are not typical. You were warned and they're still conning people and people are biting or the ads wouldn't still be one. "There's a sucker born every minute"..
+Like the ads on TV with the dealdash,com ads "If it sounds to good to be true". Read what they actually put on the screen and believe it. Results are not typical. You were warned and they're still conning people and people are biting or the ads wouldn't still be on. "There's a sucker born every minute"..

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I am in complete agreement with Jim on this. Lately I get emails from Chinese suppliers offering great prices and quantity deals on computer parts. (They know what I buy).
Like grandlydragon6@126.com
But they say:
Sorry , we have no paypal , but we have bank TT and western union , can you accept that ?
I responded with this:
"I haven’t used Western Union in over 25 years and I’ve never heard of bank TT.
If you’re going to do international business you need to get up to date and at least accept credit cards.
PayPal is probably the most accepted service for ordering computer parts. They will even send you a free dongle so you can take payments on an iPad or iPhone. The money is immediately available instead of waiting days.
So you have an order from me, figure out how to bill for it, invoice it, get paid and complete the sale. Then ship it."
Here's a company with a large order and I never heard back from them after this email.
Is it a SCAM? What else?
Satan's not taking a "Spring Break" this year. He's not even observing the Sabbath, he's working 24-7
-Like they on TV with the dealt,com ads "If it sounds to good to be true". Read what they actually put on the screen and believe it. Results are not typical. You were warned and they're still conning people and people are biting or the ads wouldn't still be one. "There's a sucker born every minute"..
+Like the ads on TV with the dealdash,com ads "If it sounds to good to be true". Read what they actually put on the screen and believe it. Results are not typical. You were warned and they're still conning people and people are biting or the ads wouldn't still be one. "There's a sucker born every minute"..

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Texto:

I am in complete agreement with Jim on this. Lately I get emails from Chinese suppliers offering great prices and quantity deals on computer parts. (They know what I buy).
Like grandlydragon6@126.com
But they say:
Sorry , we have no paypal , but we have bank TT and western union , can you accept that ?
I responded with this:
"I haven’t used Western Union in over 25 years and I’ve never heard of bank TT.
If you’re going to do international business you need to get up to date and at least accept credit cards.
PayPal is probably the most accepted service for ordering computer parts. They will even send you a free dongle so you can take payments on an iPad or iPhone. The money is immediately available instead of waiting days.
So you have an order from me, figure out how to bill for it, invoice it, get paid and complete the sale. Then ship it."
Here's a company with a large order and I never heard back from them after this email.
Is it a SCAM? What else?
Satan's not taking a "Spring Break" this year. He's not even observing the Sabbath, he's working 24-7
-Like they on TV with the dealt,com ads "If it sounds to good to be true". Read what they actually put on the screen and believe it. Results are not typical. You were warned and their still conning people.
+
+Like they on TV with the dealt,com ads "If it sounds to good to be true". Read what they actually put on the screen and believe it. Results are not typical. You were warned and they're still conning people and people are biting or the ads wouldn't still be one. "There's a sucker born every minute"..

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I am in complete agreement with Jim on this. Lately I get emails from Chinese suppliers offering great prices and quantity deals on computer parts. (They know what I buy).
Like grandlydragon6@126.com
But they say:
Sorry , we have no paypal , but we have bank TT and western union , can you accept that ?
I responded with this:
"I haven’t used Western Union in over 25 years and I’ve never heard of bank TT.
If you’re going to do international business you need to get up to date and at least accept credit cards.
PayPal is probably the most accepted service for ordering computer parts. They will even send you a free dongle so you can take payments on an iPad or iPhone. The money is immediately available instead of waiting days.
So you have an order from me, figure out how to bill for it, invoice it, get paid and complete the sale. Then ship it."
Here's a company with a large order and I never heard back from them after this email.
Is it a SCAM? What else?
Satan's not taking a "Spring Break" this year. He's not even observing the Sabbath, he's working 24-7
+Like they on TV with the dealt,com ads "If it sounds to good to be true". Read what they actually put on the screen and believe it. Results are not typical. You were warned and their still conning people.

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-I am in complete agreement with Jim on this. Lately I get emails from Chinese suppliers offering great prices and quantity deals.
+I am in complete agreement with Jim on this. Lately I get emails from Chinese suppliers offering great prices and quantity deals on computer parts. (They know what I buy).
Like grandlydragon6@126.com
But they say:
Sorry , we have no paypal , but we have bank TT and western union , can you accept that ?
I responded with this:
"I haven’t used Western Union in over 25 years and I’ve never heard of bank TT.
If you’re going to do international business you need to get up to date and at least accept credit cards.
PayPal is probably the most accepted service for ordering computer parts. They will even send you a free dongle so you can take payments on an iPad or iPhone. The money is immediately available instead of waiting days.
So you have an order from me, figure out how to bill for it, invoice it, get paid and complete the sale. Then ship it."
Here's a company with a large order and I never heard back from them after this email.
Is it a SCAM? What else?
Satan's not taking a "Spring Break" this year. He's not even observing the Sabbath, he's working 24-7

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I am in complete agreement with Jim on this.  Lately I get emails from Chinese suppliers offering great prices and quantity deals.

Like  grandlydragon6@126.com

But they say:

Sorry , we have no paypal , but we have bank TT and western union , can you accept that ?

I responded with this:

"I haven’t used Western Union in over 25 years and I’ve never heard of bank TT.

If you’re going to do international business you need to get up to date and at least accept credit cards.

PayPal is probably the most accepted service for ordering computer parts.  They will even send you a free dongle so you can take payments on an iPad or iPhone.  The money is immediately available instead of waiting days.

So you have an order from me, figure out how to bill for it, invoice it, get paid and complete the sale. Then ship it."

Here's a company with a large order and I never heard back from them after this email.

Is it a SCAM?  What else?

Satan's not taking a "Spring Break" this year.  He's not even observing the Sabbath, he's working 24-7

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