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mike"Junior" m.

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Member since November 2013

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About Me

Full time heavy equipment mech. Part time hobbyist.

How I Can Help

Alway's looking on line in my free time for better deals and pricing. Extensive use of Craig's list and 2 local barter sites.

Interests

Auto performance and R/C flight.

3 Reviews by mike

6/4/15
Since I tried to post this to the site, pissed off a spammer, and got flagged. I would like to see then try and get it removed from here.
When you are viewing the personals, stay away from the women seeking men in the casual encounter areas. (w4m). There are a multitude of scammers and fakes that use very reveiling picks. Will e-mail you a time or two, and then refer you to a "secure verification" site that is supposidly "free". This is where they get you.
If you enter your credit card info, it asks for all the details. If it goes through, then you will get the "hotties" phone # and contact info. Afterwards. It will never happen. The # is usually a voice mail or some other crap. You will never get a call back. What you don't see is a small green box in the lower right corner about the "VIP" offer. Usually, this is some sort of B/S and what you just did is sign up for a dating site or XXX site for anywhere from $29.95 to 59.95. Billed to your credit card. If your married, you probably will not see the charge until your wife get's the card statement and the charge is right there. It is only free if you locate what you signed up for and call them IMMEDIATELY and cancel your new "purchase". IF your lucky to get this far.
If you try and use a Wal-Mart money card with $5-$10 on it, it will not go through due to an unknown error. Which is the sites way of saying "insufficient funds".
I've tried it. It will not go through. Not to mention all the spam you are about to receive just for trying.
Another way they get you, is if you send a message to a woman, and you get a "if your real, go here" response, it is to a dating site also. Trust me, nothing if free. They will try and get you to sign up and look for them. But, they are not on the site. They just got your e-mail address to sell. Then, you guessed it, more spam.
Which is why I use 2 fake accounts and NO personal info. Just stuff I made up of someone that does not exist. They send me a TON of spam and bull. Believe me, it is just cheaper to get a 6 pack, a "F" flick or two and get your nut off then to spend 2-4 hours surfing Craigs list trying to find someone. You will still have your money, your idenity, and your send of well being.
11/26/13
If your looking online for auto parts, it is a bit scary. I have used this site for two cars I worked on. You get the parts via UPS pending on how bad you want them. I worked on 2 cars on one weekend, figured out what I needed, and ordered the parts Sunday night. And since I paid for 3 day shipping, I got my parts the following Thursday. If you need a part ASAP and cant wait, then go to your local parts store.
A relative of mine that works at a major auto parts store say's they use this site for hard to get parts. Since they know what the customer needs, they can send it back before giving it to the customer if they get the wrong item.
Just be careful. You NEED to have an idea of how parts change per serial # breaks. They can show 3 parts that can look the same, but; have different prices. But fit different models. If you order the wrong part, then call them ASAP! Don't wait a few days, or you might get stuck it.
DO NOT get internal engine parts (pistons, rings, bearings) from here. Find a local repetable engine machine shop or parts store for that.
11/25/13
I've bought 3 heli's from these people. I'm into R/C heli flying, and I've had the best service with these guys. The sales people really do fly what they sell. They answered all my questions and in a language I understand. When you spend $300 to $600 o purchase, you expect to get what you pay for. Shipping on my last order took only a week, which is what I paid for.

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