[AMRadio] WAS:Spy radio - Swapmeet and Auction Ethics


Bob Peters rwpeters at swbell.net
Tue May 1 18:24:14 EDT 2007


Your no fun Jim ...That's were I get my best deals  LOL
Guess I don't ask you to sell me something before the fest...


Bob W1PE

-----Original Message-----
From: amradio-bounces at mailman.qth.net
[mailto:amradio-bounces at mailman.qth.net] On Behalf Of Jim Wilhite
Sent: Tuesday, May 01, 2007 4:23 PM
To: Discussion of AM Radio in the Amateur Service
Subject: Re: [AMRadio] WAS:Spy radio - Swapmeet and Auction Ethics


In the past couple of years I have refused to sell stuff to 
guys like this, and there seems to be plenty of them.  When 
they offer much less than I want, I tell them it is as easy 
to take home as it is to carry the money.  If they want it, 
the price marked is what they will pay.  People who buy for 
themselves are a different story.  I will dicker with them.

What rattles my cage is a fest will have set up times for 
vendors.  They do not allow anyone else in the building. 
These jerks go around a buy stuff from each other before 
anyone else has a chance.  I also refuse to sell to those 
types before the fest opens.

Jim/W5JO

>
> I THINK I KNOW THE DUDE YOU'RE TALKING ABOUT!!! Does he
> work midwest hamfests
> too?
>
> If so... he's well and truly pissed off a LOT of guys
> around here. He pulls
> that crap all the time...   and an hour later he has the 
> stuff for sale at HIS
> table, marked WAY up over what he paid!
>
> The MOST obnoxious flipper here (the same guy) REALLY made
> a major enemy a
> couple
> of hamfests ago.
>
> While a seller was still unloading for an indoor hamfest,
> he came back to find
> this dude OPENING THE CARDBOARD BOXES FROM THE PREVIOUS 
> LOAD to get first dibs
> on what was being brought in!
>
> IMHO, that sort of crap is WAY over the line!
>
>
> Mr. T. W9LBB
>


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