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Colonel Edmund J. Burke (06.01.2019, 16:31)
Good morning dear recruits,

For those of you wise recruits out there, the ones who read all my important messages, then you'll be aware of certain--shall we say tried-and-true--approved methods of dealing with sellers on various sites such as ebay, etc. You'll already be aware that payment to these sellers should always be made thru a credit card. (For those of you without credit, may I offer my sincere <snicker>; you may leave off reading here.)

As I was saying, payment to a seller should always be made using a credit card. Why? Because Visa, Mastercard, and Discover companies have formidable power to compel swift response from any asshole seller, no matter how big and asshole he/she might actually be. Contrast that real power with the assumed power claimed by ebay and paypal--neither with any real way to affect your transaction in the least. All bark and no bite is how I see them. Which is why I always file a "dispute" with the credit card company rather than fiddle about any other way.

So, this brings us to my purchase made just prior to xmas on ebay. A cell phone battery that was a mere six dollars. The battery was defective. Normally in this kinda situation I don't even send a note to the seller before I file a dispute with the credit card company. In this case I sent a courtesy note informing the seller that his/her battery was a piece of shit. "I demand a full refund, and I want it now," I said. They didn't reply. Next thing you know, an email from Discover tells me my money is refunded in full. Thank you, Discover. Piece of fucking cake!

I'm still getting emails from ebay telling me to send the battery back to the merchant so that I can get my money back. What? Wake up, asshole ebay. You folks there suck!
LOL
Colonel Edmund J. Burke (19.01.2019, 19:34)
On 1/6/2019 6:31 AM, Colonel Edmund J. Burke wrote:
> Good morning dear recruits,
> For those of you wise recruits out there, the ones who read all my important messages, then you'll be aware of certain--shall we say tried-and-true--approved methods of dealing with sellers on various sites such as ebay, etc.  You'll already be aware that payment to these sellers should always be made thru a credit card.  (For those of you without credit, may I offer my sincere <snicker>; you may leave off reading here.)
> As I was saying, payment to a seller should always be made using a credit card.  Why?  Because Visa, Mastercard, and Discover companies have formidable power to compel swift response from any asshole seller, no matter how big and asshole he/she might actually be.  Contrast that real power with the assumed power claimed by ebay and paypal--neither with any real way to affect your transaction in the least.  All bark and no bite is how I see them.  Which is why I always file a "dispute" with the credit card company rather than fiddle about any other way.
> So, this brings us to my purchase made just prior to xmas on ebay.  A cell phone battery that was a mere six dollars.  The battery was defective.  Normally in this kinda situation I don't even send a note to the seller before I file a dispute with the credit card company.  In this case I sent a courtesy note informing the seller that his/her battery was a piece of shit.  "I demand a full refund, and I want it now," I said.  They didn't reply.  Next thing you know, an email from Discover tells me my money is refunded in full.  Thank you, Discover.  Piece of fucking cake!
> I'm still getting emails from ebay telling me to send the battery back to the merchant so that I can get my money back.  What?  Wake up, asshole ebay.  You folks there suck!
> LOL


STAY IN CONTROL
ALWAYS USE A CREDIT CARD FOR ONLINE PURCHASES, ESPECIALLY WHEN BUYING THRU EBAY.
% (19.01.2019, 20:05)
On 2019-01-19 10:34 a.m., Colonel Edmund J. Burke wrote:
> On 1/6/2019 6:31 AM, Colonel Edmund J. Burke wrote:
> STAY IN CONTROL
> ALWAYS USE A CREDIT CARD FOR ONLINE PURCHASES, ESPECIALLY WHEN BUYING
> THRU EBAY.


they saw you coming didn't they , what a sucker
Colonel Edmund J. Burke (19.01.2019, 20:19)
On 1/19/2019 10:05 AM, % wrote:
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% (19.01.2019, 20:29)
On 2019-01-19 11:19 a.m., Colonel Edmund J. Burke wrote:
> On 1/19/2019 10:05 AM, % wrote:
> __________________________________________________ ____________________________________________


the corn hole edited this post by changing what i said to what he did ,
here is the thread in it's original state

On 2019-01-19 10:34 a.m., Colonel Edmund J. Burke wrote:
> On 1/6/2019 6:31 AM, Colonel Edmund J. Burke wrote:
>> Good morning dear recruits,
>> For those of you wise recruits out there, the ones who read all my

important messages, then you'll be aware of certain--shall we say
tried-and-true--approved methods of dealing with sellers on various
sites such as ebay, etc. You'll already be aware that payment to these
sellers should always be made thru a credit card. (For those of you
without credit, may I offer my sincere <snicker>; you may leave off
reading here.)
>> As I was saying, payment to a seller should always be made using a

credit card. Why? Because Visa, Mastercard, and Discover companies
have formidable power to compel swift response from any asshole seller,
no matter how big and asshole he/she might actually be. Contrast that
real power with the assumed power claimed by ebay and paypal--neither
with any real way to affect your transaction in the least. All bark and
no bite is how I see them. Which is why I always file a "dispute" with
the credit card company rather than fiddle about any other way.
>> So, this brings us to my purchase made just prior to xmas on ebay.

A cell phone battery that was a mere six dollars. The battery was
defective. Normally in this kinda situation I don't even send a note to
the seller before I file a dispute with the credit card company. In
this case I sent a courtesy note informing the seller that his/her
battery was a piece of shit. "I demand a full refund, and I want it
now," I said. They didn't reply. Next thing you know, an email from
Discover tells me my money is refunded in full. Thank you, Discover.
Piece of fucking cake!
>> I'm still getting emails from ebay telling me to send the battery

back to the merchant so that I can get my money back. What? Wake up,
asshole ebay. You folks there suck!
>> LOL

> STAY IN CONTROL
> ALWAYS USE A CREDIT CARD FOR ONLINE PURCHASES, ESPECIALLY WHEN BUYING THRU EBAY.


they saw you coming didn't they , what a sucker
Sir Gregory Hall, Esq. (19.01.2019, 21:24)
On Sat, 19 Jan 2019, % <persent> wrote:
>On 2019-01-19, Colonel Edmund J. Burke wrote:


<...>

> > ALWAYS USE A CREDIT CARD FOR ONLINE PURCHASES, ESPECIALLY WHEN BUYING

>THRU EBAY.
>they saw you coming didn't they , what a sucker


Only Pleasance, Sister Fiona and her slave
trainees as well as several hawt Asian trannies
ever saw the Colonel coming.

(But, it could be Miss Recktum saw him coming,
too, as she hid in a closet peeping and whacking
off.)

LOL
Colonel Edmund J. Burke (19.01.2019, 21:29)
On 1/19/2019 11:24 AM, Sir Gregory Hall, Esq. wrote:
[..]
% (19.01.2019, 22:04)
On 2019-01-19 11:19 a.m., Colonel Edmund J. Burke wrote:
> On 1/19/2019 10:05 AM, % wrote:


Lye | Definition of Lye by Merriam-Webster


Recent Examples on the Web. The Orlando Sentinel reported that some of
the bottles contained lye and cleaning supplies. — Michael Bartiromo,
Fox News, "'Suspicious' liquids found at Orlando Airport sicken 4 TSA
officers, send 2 to hospital," 15 Aug. 2018 During alkaline hydrolysis,
the pet’s body is placed in a pressurized vessel that is filled with
water and lye, then heated.
Colonel Edmund J. Burke (01.02.2019, 18:52)
On 1/6/2019 6:31 AM, Colonel Edmund J. Burke wrote:
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Sir Gregory Hall, Esq. (01.02.2019, 20:56)
On Fri, 1 Feb 2019 08:52:02 -0800, "Colonel Edmund J. Burke" <burkesbabes> wrote:

>On 1/6/2019 6:31 AM, Colonel Edmund J. Burke wrote:


Excellent advice, Colonel. I have an even more foolproof way to
not get scammed. I buy things through Amazon and Amazon
has a return policy that's better than any. Combine that with
free shipping and most of the time the deal is better than even
Alibaba, that dubious Chink place where it sometimes takes a
month or more to receive the crap in the mail.
Sir Gregory Hall , Esq. (01.02.2019, 21:01)
On 2019-02-01 11:56 a.m., Sir Gregory Hall, Esq. wrote:
[..]
Colonel Edmund J. Burke (02.02.2019, 21:53)
On 2/1/2019 10:56 AM, Sir Gregory Hall, Esq. wrote:
> On Fri, 1 Feb 2019 08:52:02 -0800, "Colonel Edmund J. Burke" <burkesbabes> wrote:
> Excellent advice, Colonel. I have an even more foolproof way to
> not get scammed. I buy things through Amazon and Amazon
> has a return policy that's better than any. Combine that with
> free shipping and most of the time the deal is better than even
> Alibaba, that dubious Chink place where it sometimes takes a
> month or more to receive the crap in the mail.


Ten Roger on that 'un, good buddy. Next time you visit Alibaba, check out the Jap Lovedoll there. She's hawt!
Sir Gregory Hall, Esq. (02.02.2019, 22:20)
On Sat, 2 Feb 2019 11:53:16 -0800, "Colonel Edmund J. Burke" <burkesbabes> wrote:

<...>

>Ten Roger on that 'un, good buddy. Next time you visit Alibaba, check out the Jap Lovedoll there. She's hawt!


I've been keeping a keen eye on life-sized love dolls
of all kinds lately. They come in all sizes, nationalities
and ages. I'm partial to the small ones who are about
four and a half feet tall and look like little girls with
nice big tits and ass and with three functional holes.

You can actually buy ladyboy sex companions, too. And,
some of them can talk.
% (02.02.2019, 22:51)
On 2019-02-02 1:20 p.m., Sir Gregory Hall, Esq. wrote:
> On Sat, 2 Feb 2019 11:53:16 -0800, "Colonel Edmund J. Burke" <burkesbabes> wrote:
> <...>
> I've been keeping a keen eye on life-sized love dolls
> of all kinds lately. They come in all sizes, nationalities
> and ages. I'm partial to the small ones who are about
> four and a half feet tall and look like little girls with
> nice big tits and ass and with three functional holes.
> You can actually buy ladyboy sex companions, too. And,
> some of them can talk.


wrong
Checkmate (03.02.2019, 05:23)
Warning! Always wear ANSI approved safety goggles when reading posts by
Checkmate! In article <ajub5eh5s1t3d9orcjjsusv7usf9loflf8>,
greghall@yacht_maester.fake says...

#
# On Sat, 2 Feb 2019 11:53:16 -0800, "Colonel Edmund J. Burke" <burkesbabes> wrote:
#
# <...>
#
# >Ten Roger on that 'un, good buddy. Next time you visit Alibaba, check out the Jap Lovedoll there. She's hawt!
#
# I've been keeping a keen eye on life-sized love dolls
# of all kinds lately. They come in all sizes, nationalities
# and ages. I'm partial to the small ones who are about
# four and a half feet tall and look like little girls with
# nice big tits and ass and with three functional holes.
#
# You can actually buy ladyboy sex companions, too. And,
# some of them can talk.

How sad and pathetic you are...

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