Originally Posted by Discojaguar;1451887[B
]Sir, apparently you did not read the entire thread. paperwork was provided to show that his family was hospitalized a day or so prior to the incident. [/b]
I personally would understand that a deposit is a deposit, and feel the seller made every effort to get the snake to the buyer.
This would be a valid point in the buyers favor, except for the fact that the proof was provided here, after the deal fell through.
I am on the fence on this one, only because of the proof of hospital/clinic visits. Even without a TOS, industry standard is, if you pay money for a deposit/hold it is non-refundable.
Originally Posted by michaellosoya
Here are the emails, I'll get the texts up next. The conversation goes from the bottom up.
From: michael losoya <email@example.com>;
To: Chris Wilder <firstname.lastname@example.org>;
Subject: Re: email@example.com
Sent: Thu, Apr 12, 2012 1:18:16 PM
I don't really need one of those at the moment but the deposit
will work just fine. Which female is it that you want? My paypal account is firstname.lastname@example.org
and I will hold her for you. Just let me know. Thanks,
On Apr 12, 2012, at 7:33 AM, Chris Wilder wrote:
And if your not interested n tha trade I can give u 100 down
on her so she won't go anywhere
Sent from Yahoo! Mail on Android
It is quite obvious that is is a deposit.
That being said, a warning to the buyer stating that he has X amount of time to come up with the money before the snake is sold to another buyer & his deposit is forfeit would have been appropriate and quite warranted here.
The lesson here should be, if you put money down on something, agree on the what ifs.