Originally Posted by LQC
The buyers were not "disgruntled" but frustrated with the seller as he wanted cash up front and did not have a proper title to sell his camper. The title is now in the mail to the seller, but still wanted cash first, and then mail the title to the buyers. There is a lot more to this situation, but the bottom line is : No title, no cash.
If anyone is interested in our camper please be assured that we have a clean title. Also, I will not ask you to pay for the camper until you examine the title. By the same token please don't expect to take the camper until it's fully paid for.
Linda fails to mention that I delivered the camper to her a distance of 125 miles and two hours driving time with no expectation of any compensation for the delivery. She fails to mention that I left the camper in her possession returning to Knoxville without full payment. She failed to mention that my wife baby sat her two dogs for an hour while she made up her mind. She failed to mention that upon delivery of Camper I discovered that the battery
was dead whereby I promptly drove her husband in my vehicle 6 miles to Advanced Auto where I bought a new deep cycle battery
for them. She fails to mention that I drove back to Unicoi (125 miles) a second time to sit down and try work things out. They were perfectly happy with possession of the camper and my $10,000 dollars. I was not happy with $500. and my camper in someone else's possession. When I decided that I should take the camper until I received the new title that's when I was accused of not trusting them. I believe that these are good people. Things just got out of hand and we couldn't work it out. They will probably be OK to deal with if you have a camper that works. However, I won't sit by and allow my character to be impugned by the suggestion that I advertised I had clear title when I didn't. Nothing could be further from the truth.