I've had similar situations with ebay sales. A guy i sold a chainring to sent me an email saying it wasn't as described and wanted a refund or negotiated price. I offered a refund if he sent it back but then never heard from him again. He just wanted my chainring for free.
Classified help/advice please...
Point her in the direction of this thread and she will soon see sense, and hopefully steer clear of trying it on in the future. We need to clamp down on classified scams on this forum.
Just send her an email back saying from this point forward you will be charging her an admin fee for all "emails" plus time.
Fact is.. all she has is your mobile number... while you have her address.
No stem... no refund...
Get some cardboard & draw one of them giant cheques they used to give pools winners. Then send her that.
I'd tell her to fornicate over yonder too. I've met the OP and bought a couple of things off him and have been pleased with both purchases.
Send her the giant cheque, but don't put enough postage on it.
She'll be laughing her head off when she has to pay the additional costs, plus £1 fee, only to discover its a giant cheque....
Win win. I suppose.
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