Originally Posted by smash65
The plane was not sold despite my being the highest offer of $400.00
1. You made NO effort to pre-arrange a meeting time and place to do the trade on the eve of, nor did you advise me that I would be awarded the plane; in fact I only received one email from you (with a counter offer of 700 which I replied.). I sent 4 emails seeking clarity.
2. You did call me in the morning and left a message, but left no phone number for me to return your call, nor did you call again during the day.
I completely understand that the offer of 400 was much less then your original price of 1100.00 and it always remains the sellers prerogative to cancel the sale. What I find frustrating most is your lack of communication and planning. If you choose to sell the plane please be considerate of other peoples schedules and be clear on your intentions. Or DON"T sell the plane. Either way communicate more.
I withdraw my offer, but wish you luck in the sale of the plane and thank you for attempting to connect with me but it was too little too late. .
Not flaming, just passing along some advice to increase your success of selling your gear. By the way, my opinion is that "best offer" sales belong in ebay.
i did end up calling later in the day and in the message i told when i could call you back, you told me specifically in one of your messages that if i were heading your way you would take it so i tried to arrange but when i called back i got no reply so i decided nvm i guess there was a little miss comunication on both sides i im am sorry for that