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FS: [DANGER] Beware of this guy

Discussion in 'Buy & Sell - Read the rules sticky before you post' started by jasontyh, Dec 12, 2013.

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  1. jasontyh

    jasontyh Regular Member

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    Recently got an N90 from Sunny Lim
    After studying the racquet + having fellow BC members to confirm + Local Li Ning Authorised seller to confirm its a fake
    Now i just want my refund
    Shops won't send e-mails or write letter to confirm a fake racquet (be logical)
    Seller demands a written proof that the racquet is a fake (reasonable but not logical)
    Seems like seller is trying to divert this problem to others.
    I'm an easy person, i buy what i like and before buying i've asked is it genuine, and the answer was "100%"
    Now that the racquet is a fake i just want my money back.
    Pls beware of this guy Sunny Lim 012 238 4173

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    Sorry to hear you have such mishap.I also hate fake racquets seller.I hope you can recover back.
    Thanks for sharing
     
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    Is it possible to report someone for selling fake rackets? Anw I've encountered another fake li ning racket n90ii seller. He operates from gumtree. 3 rackets for 270 sgd. Authentication also goes through the website. Fake li ning n90ii has serial number on the top of the shaft.
     
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    thanks for sharing bro!!!
    hope u can claim back from him.
    he is local Malaysian?
     
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    Ya from
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    Sorry to heard that happen to you and you are the gentleman patient guys :)

    Maybe you just back to authorized Li Ning shop and take photo at the different between the original racquet and the racquet that you think is fake and send it back to him. If he is gentleman enough... (I think and hope so) he will refund the money to you.

    All the best and thanks for sharing.
     
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    Good luck man. Handled the situation extremely well.
     
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    bro,
    u not able to identify fake from picture sent to you in early email?
    anyway there nothing much u can do from here...
     
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    Not that easy. That's why when it comes to Li Ning or Yonex, it's best to deal via COD, so you can inspect the racket yourself.
     
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    Bro,
    You are a true gentlement handling the situation.
    All the luck to you.
     
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    Selling fake rackets and declare its ori is really serious case!!!!!!! I really ban fake rackets
     
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    i think i deal with this sunny lim before... haiyaaa.. need to be more careful after this.. heheh
     
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    Jason,

    First of all, I have told you whether you wanted to accept this racquet with additional paint chips or not and you said ok. Then the deal was done. Please don't simply tarnish my name by saying I'm a fake seller in BC as I have never done this before. As I mentioned to you, the racquet I got it from another BC forumer and if you insist that this N90 a fake, pls give me certain proof of verification from Li-Ning distributor / authorized dealer and I'll be more than happy to refund you the money. I believe the BC forumer that sold me this N90 has contacted you but he told me you haven't reply him yet.


    As for you Mr.Raphayalle,

    I sold you my genuine AT900P for RM280 in October and you try to resell it in BC for RM350! a few days later.

    So who should be cautious who? I know you're damn piss-off when I commented on your post that I sold this AT900P for you at RM280 and you're trying to rip-off other BC forumers for selling it at RM350.

    Thank you.
     
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    as long as it genuine , its ok with me.. but u r the one who start to piss off.. not me.. doesnt matter anymore.. sold long time ago..

    p/s... to mr sunny lim..

    THE OWNER HAVE RIGHT TO PUT ANY NUMBER ON HIS SALE.. SINCE HE IS THE NEW OWNER.. U A RE NO LONGER OWNER TO THE ITEM.. SO.. NO NEED FOR U TO BOTHER..

    THANKS.
     
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    you earn extra rm80 without much sweat so do we need to be even careful with you as well? lolx
     
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    Sunny agreed to refund on Monday. this is a very gentleman act. Thanks sunny

    Till then, thanks all.
     
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    peace finally
    lets close thr thread and move on ...
    enjoy your baddy...smashing all the way to 2014...
     
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    So now that the matter is closed, is the N90 original or fake?
     
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    it is fake bro, thats why Money must be refund
     
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