And a postal MO provides virtually ZERO protection for the buyer, at least in my experience. USPS told me to pound sand when I was scammed on this site for $980. They said it was cashed and they would not be issuing a refund.Along these lines, I almost always use a Postal MO. Takes a little longer than paypal, but provides much better protection to the seller. Also, doing the F&F thing on paypal is not only lying but it removes any protection that you might have had from paypal, which isn't much since they are antigun.
Discover is good like that too. Any questions and they will stop or reverse charges in real time.Sorry to hear you got burned. I was also taken when I bought a gun over the Internet. The seller requested a USPS Money Order. Luckily I bought the MO useing my Amex card. I told Amex it was a case of Internet fraud, and Amex returned all my money no hassle. If you do pay by a MO, I would suggest using your Amex card, saved my butt.
Sorry, I actually meant to type buyer, not seller. I had a similar situation to yours happen once and they took care of it. Not sure what the difference was, or maybe they changed their regs. Nothing's perfect.And a postal MO provides virtually ZERO protection for the buyer, at least in my experience. USPS told me to pound sand when I was scammed on this site for $980. They said it was cashed and they would not be issuing a refund.
I will never use a money order again. If that is the only payment method, I will pass.
Just a pure GUESS here, the vendor lost his business. Seemed a bunch of that with the Corona Zombie Apocalypse. Thats still no excuse for the vendor. Hacking and stealing accounts is a whole different way to look at it. And yes, the Socialist narrative is Corona Zombie Apocalypse 2.0 is just around the cornerWOW ,
How does Gunbroker give a A+ 880 rating on this clown then ??
Hope you get whole again....