eBay: The story of lies, misdirection, and confusion.
For many who read our blogs, you’ve probably seen a lot of links going off to eBay for the hardware that we buy. Although there are probably better sources to get cheap electronics such as Amazon. However, eBay has always been our go-to source for a lot of bizarre things. This time around we purchased something rather mundane. What we ended up with is an eBay experience that is almost a teachable lesson on how fucked up business has gotten.
Welcome once again to Spam dissection episode #2. Where we deal with scammer and spammers. All of them going out of their way to get their website promoted in all of the wrong ways instead of legitimately coming at a blogger like a reasonable human being. From scammers to spammers this is the section of our site where we let them have a voice and answer their questions without giving them the credit they think they deserve by embedding links to their websites.
We just want to say that every real message we get on our contact forums and in no way would we openly mock messages in the public light. Many of the e-mails I will be presenting to you are blatant spam and chances are many other sites have received the same message. If you are a spammer which is somehow easily offended (does that even exist?) then you may want to stop reading right now. This article is a rant/vent article and should not be taken seriously. Read the FAQ if this is your first time on this site and you have further questions about the function of this site.
UltraFire 3500mAh batteries – Another china defective product.
Before rechargeables like UltraFire batteries I used to use a lot of Alkaline batteries for my gaming at various parties. Especially with how many controllers I would typically have in a session of gaming. I could easily go through a pack of 48 batteries on a weekend which was getting insane. The purpose of rechargeables is to cut down on all of that waste and money. It appears after getting these UltraFire batteries I not only pissed away money but they will be going in the garbage soon to add to the pile of battery waste out there! Continue reading for more.
Well my dealings with eBay would eventually go sour and have a rip-off.
It’s just funny that it happened on such a crap product. I wanted to get a battery for my Palm Pre’ because surprisingly I actually use it for work for closing out work orders. the battery that’s in it works but the charge only lasts for maybe 20 minutes before it powers down. I wanted to get a new battery for it. I’ve already hacked it bypassing the activation screen so we can at least use the wi-fi and web-browsing capabilities of it.