WTB: Denon 2802 or other 6.1

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  1. Jim_Leech

    Jim_Leech Auditioning

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    Hey guys,

    Looking to get a new receiver. My finally Onkyo 777 died (tons of problems) but needed a 6.1 receiver anyways. After some research it looks like the 2802 or AVR883 may be in my price range. I'm not set on Denon as long as it isn't Onkyo [​IMG] Let me know if you can help!

    Jim
     
  2. Kevin_Kr

    Kevin_Kr Supporting Actor

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    Check your PM
     
  3. Kevin_Kr

    Kevin_Kr Supporting Actor

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    Everyone before warned about this guy heres what I just got from paypal

    Dear Kevin Kroger,

    We have just been informed that you have received funds from an
    account with reports of fraudulent credit card use.

    Details of the transaction and this case are as follows:

    Buyer's Name: James Pihl
    Buyer's Email: [email protected]
    Transaction Date: Mar 17, 2003
    Transaction Amount: -$425.00
    Case #: PP-016-799-939

    PayPal indemnifies sellers from chargeback liability resulting from
    a buyer's fraudulent use of a stolen credit card and/or false claims
    of non-shipment of goods for payments received through PayPal of up
    to $5,000 per year when the following conditions are met:

    1. The seller has a U.S. Verified Business or U.S. Verified Premier
    Account, or a Canadian Verified Business or Canadian Verified Premier
    Account. Note: While non-U.S. sellers outside of Canada may be
    Verified, they do not qualify for and are not protected by the Seller
    Protection Policy and therefore may be responsible for any reversals
    made due to fraudulent funds.

    2. The seller ships to the buyer's Confirmed Address.

    3. The seller can provide reasonable proof-of-shipment which can be
    tracked online. This documentation must show that you shipped to the
    Confirmed Address. (Most U.S. carrier companies, including the U.S.
    Postal Service, offer this service.) For transactions $250 or more
    in value, the seller also needs to provide an online proof-of-receipt
    in the form of a signature from the recipient. Because comparable
    proof-of-shipment is not currently available for electronically-
    delivered items, we are currently unable to offer Seller Protection
    for digital goods and other electronically-delivered items.

    4. The seller accepted a single payment from only one PayPal account for
    the purchase. (Multiple payments from different accounts for a single
    item are a fraud indicator. Sellers should not accept such payments.)

    5. The seller ships to a domestic (U.S.) buyer at a U.S. address.

    6. The seller cooperates in resolving disputes by responding in the
    following time periods: When a complaint occurs, the seller must
    provide complete information within 7 days of a request from PayPal.
    However, if PayPal is required by the credit card association to
    respond immediately to resolve a reversal, sellers must provide the
    information within 3 days. PayPal will indicate the response time
    required in the e-mail message sent to the seller.

    7. The seller ships within 7 days of receiving payment.

    Under the guidelines of our Seller Protection Policy, we reserve the
    right to place a hold on the transaction in question while we investigate
    this case. To resolve this case, please click on the link below and
    provide us with the requested information:

    https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/websc...PP-016-799-939
    All correspondence regarding this case must be received within 72 hours
    via the link provided above. If you fail to provide the requested
    information within that timeframe, your chargeback protection for this
    transaction will be forfeited.

    We look forward to your reply.

    Sincerely,
     
  4. Kevin_Kr

    Kevin_Kr Supporting Actor

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    Any ideas what I can do as it wsa an unconfirmed address?
     
  5. Jerry Klawiter

    Jerry Klawiter Screenwriter

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    To late now, But never ship to an unconfirmed shipping address. Try to work with paypal to catch this person.
    Call the local authorities in the area that you shipped it to.
    Always pretend to send $0.01 payment to the person first.
    This way after the first screen if they are a registered user their name will become a hyperlink.
    Click on that to see how long they have been with paypal
    and the total transactions.
    Then back out or cancel that pretend payment.
    Sometimes it not good even to accept payments from new users as they are at risk to abuse the system more often.
    I always work this way on both ends of a sale.
    I just did this with his email and they placed him on hold also (This recipient is currently unable to receive money.)
    It would be nice to see them get a simple shortcut to accomplish this same thing without the round about way.
    I have asked many times for this.
     
  6. Jerry Klawiter

    Jerry Klawiter Screenwriter

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