Americans get their card model kits from...

Discussion in 'North America' started by JRSeese, Mar 13, 2004.

  1. rickstef

    rickstef Guest

    ummm, the ChromeHound Mechs are freely available

    unless you are talking about the designer, Chokipeta Kobo

    Rick
  2. rickstef

    rickstef Guest

    ummm, the ChromeHound Mechs are freely available

    unless you are talking about the designer, Chokipeta Kobo

    Rick
  3. paper warrior

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    I just use e-mail and download kits, instant carding.
  4. rjm

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    Hi guys,
    Mostly order over the internet from Scheuer & Struver (moduni.net).
    I like printed copies because I have trouble making my printer print
    things the way I think it should.
    Any problems I had with them was always handled promptly.
    Bob
  5. mellotronage

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    Having tried to sell items on eBay, I can give some legitimate idea as to why sellers try to sell in the manner.
    Ebay costs to sellers corelates to the final bid amount, some sellers try to circumnavigate this.
    For instance, you know that under ordinary circumstance you'd expect to pay, say $16. US for a kit.
    "Buy It Now" for $4. plus $12. for shipping? Regardless of the shipping, you're still getting the kit for the expected cost. And the seller takes less of a beating from eBay, for eBay can only charge the seller's account for the final actual bid amount ($4.)
    It's more cost effective for the seller. Buyers should bear this in mind. Unless they WANT somebody they buy from to profit LESS, even though they'd still purchased it for a price that is within reason?......:???: