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Cal Weldon 10th November 2013 02:17 PM

Transactions at diyAudio
diyAudio reminds all members that transactions between members are between the parties involved and no one else. diyAudio does not accept responsibility nor liability in any form.

We respectfully request that the forums be kept free of any dispute that might arise. Failure to do so may result in a warning, reduced privileges or banning.

Thank you for your cooperation,
the diyAudio Moderation Team.

Nanook 23rd February 2014 07:17 PM

just as it should be...
... isn't that in the forum disclaimer or a FAQ somewhere?

from Jason:

These commercial threads are for private transactions. provides these forums for the convenience of our members, but makes no warranty nor assumes any responsibility. We do not vet any members, use of this facility is at your own risk. Customers can post any issues in those threads as long as it is done in a civil manner. All diyAudio rules about conduct apply and will be enforced.
Obviously if the dispute is with The diyAudio Store directly it is still recommended to keep such items private for all involved to first try to work out a resolution. It's pretty amazing how reasonable folks (either buyer or seller) can be when a reasonable resolution can be accommodated by both parties.

In the case of a diyAudio Store transaction, an open post could be done in a resolution thread specifically for that purpose, or to check on the status of one's order. That seems reasonable to me.

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