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Old 13th January 2004, 03:50 AM   #1
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Talking Hi from Seattle!

I originally posted on this forum, complaining about how I got frauded by www.diyproaudio.com , and wondering if anybody else had aswell.

But after looking around, I see this forum has a lot to offer! I would call myself an audio enthusiast, but certainly not a very audio-educated one by any means!

I'm currently a sophomore attending the University of Washington, to major in Aeronautical Engineering.

But I've always loved audio stuff. I have a few keyboards, including a really cool Yamaha DX100 from back in the day. An old Hammond organ, and bunches of guitars. I built a homemade talkbox, and I am now planning to build an electric guitar from scratch within the next month or so. A friend has purchased a book explaining how to build a pickup winder from old sewing machine parts!

I'm also very interested in car audio, I drive a 1998 Subaru Impreza, and am in a few Subaru clubs. Currently I have a Subaru Legacy GT cd player in it, with Kenwood speakers all around, two MTX 10in subs in a big bandpass box with 200 watts each.
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Old 15th January 2004, 12:08 PM   #2
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I ordered a speaker kit over a month ago and haven't heard anything from them or received any replys to my numerous emails. They charged my credit card, so I know they got the order. I did receive an almost immediate response when I pretended to be a new potential buyer which spells scam to me. DO NOT PURCHASE ANYTHING FROM THIS SITE!!!
If any one has any dealings with this site, I'd like to hear about them.
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Old 15th January 2004, 06:22 PM   #3
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Joe,

If you used a CC, i would immediatly contact your CC company. They can put a huge amount of pressure on a vendor, and if they are indeed fraudulent, get put out of business.

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Old 16th January 2004, 06:31 PM   #4
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Yeah, I ordered from them back in September, and at first heard right back from them. Its especially annoying to hear that they are still scamming people. I filed a complaint with the FBI's Internet Fraud Complaint Center, but I'm not sure how much good that will do.
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Old 3rd May 2004, 09:14 PM   #5
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Angry www.diyproaudio.com (thief) Curtis Adams

Does Anyone know the address of these crooks?
Total of $98.99
E-bay purchase, and follow up purchase.
As of yet "not received". No reasons offered.
(1st transaction)
www.diyproaudio.com
Date: Sat, 14 Feb 2004 19:23:30 -0800
From: service@paypal.com Add to Address Book
To: dvszl at yahoo.com
Subject: Receipt for your eBay Payment
Dear dvszl at yahoo.com
This email confirms that you sent an eBay payment of $60.99 USD to
audioreceivables@yahoo.com for an eBay item.
Item Number: 3703586107
eBay User ID: dvszl
End Date: Feb. 14, 2004
Item Title: 12" Spkr Kit + Xtra Horn
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Payment Details
Amount: $60.99 USD
Transaction ID: 3PC63501GR506152H
Subject: 12" Spkr Kit + Xtra Horn

(2nd Transaction)
Pay Me With PayPal
Dear dvszl at yahoo.com
curt adams (audioreceivables@yahoo.com) would like to be paid through PayPal.
Money Request Details
Amount: $38.00 USD
Note: this is for 2 more 12" and shipping thanks
Pay With PayPal
PayPal makes it easy to send curt adams money. Click below to send this payment:
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Dear dvszl at yahoo.com
This email confirms that you sent a payment for $38.00 USD to
audioreceivables@yahoo.com.
Payment Details
Amount: $38.00 USD
Subject: 2 12"
Note:
this is for 2 more 12" and shipping thanks
Since these purchases were made, I have received NO HELP from E-Bay, PayPal, or Anyone else.
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