The purpose of this page is not for name-calling, threats, or insulting people's mothers. All the problems I have had trading or buying are
due to two things only:
#1: Someone is unable to package something in a manner that would avoid damage.
#2: Someone is unable to tell the difference between a CD-R and a factory-pressed CD.
If either of these things are difficult for you, please carefully consider whether shipping a CD is something you should attempt.Rip-Offs:
Traded for 4 CDs, including 2 Iron Maiden bootlegs. Asked specifically whether they were CD-Rs and was told they were not. When they turned out to be CD-Rs, he responded: "I paid $35 each for 'em, so I figured they were good quality." Made no further attempt to rectify the situation. If that's not enough, his idea of shipping without cases is dumping the unprotected discs and inserts loose in a padded mailer.
Sells pro-CD-R copies of factory-pressed CDs, including bootlegs.
Traded for a Manowar bootleg, which was shipped in a regular envelope with no padding or protection other than a paper sleeve for the disc. Of course the disc arrived cracked. So after deliberately skimping on packaging to save on postage, offers nothing more than an apology and CD-R burns.