AR-88 receiver that appears to be the one stolen from me --

Mike WE0H we0h at YAHOO.COM
Fri Sep 5 16:35:36 EDT 2008

The receiver was pulled off eBay for the second time....Sumthin's up...


Kevin McDonald wrote:
> I sent a message to the seller asking about the radio and this was the 
> response:
> Dear ktmcdonald,
> I bought it legally at auction on a pallet with other items as a lost 
> freight item which is how I get most of the things I sell. It was lost 
> somewhere is a shipping companies system, probably UPS or fedex. The 
> person it originally belonged to would have been paid for it through 
> shipping insurance as long as they had it insured as they should have. 
> They are making a stink over nothing and telling lies. If they want it 
> back all they have to do is buy it. It no longer belongs to them. I am 
> not going to just hand something over I paid for and obtained 
> honestly. They need to take their problem up with the shipping 
> company. It is not my problem. I deal with this sort of thing all the 
> time. People are paid for their lost freight through insurance and 
> expect to get it back for free.
> I'm looking to unload some radios so the moral of the story for me is 
> insure things adequately and accept that they may or may not make it 
> to their destination.
> 73's
> Kevin

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