As you know I’m selling on Amazon US.
I received disgusting product review on one of my products…
From a GAY called
ALBERT IBRAHIM from FAIRFAX, VA
The comment is awful and I decided to investigate:
So. The order of this GAY was made an year ago- 344 days ago to be more precise from the date of his product feedback left. The set of the adzes was STILL on it’s shipping way to US BUT I received return request with return reason “Product damaged, but shipping box OK”!!!!!!!! His comment was: “The cutting edge are chipped on 3 of the adze, they were not packed well. I would like to send them back for a full refund, please. Thank you Al”
Note that the return request and the reason for it was made before he received his package.
Anyway I authorized his request and I issued FULL refund of his payment!
And now an year after his shameless lie I receive product review full of more lies…
In fact he wrote me pointless seller review but I requested removal and Amazon removed it…
And now 1 YEAR after he decided to lie again.
I don’t want such a “customers” like that one!
Usually I’m leaving bad product reviews without any comment.
The world is big enough and there is a “different” people…
This is my philosophy as a seller.
On this case I’m obliged to object!
Here is a review:
Here is the order:
Here is a request:
Do not trust this GUY!
He is a scammer!
His web page is:
Ibrahims Furniture Repair
I don’t want to be customer of this man!
Last October, we launched Our Mobile Planet, a resource enabling anyone to visualize the ways smartphones are transforming how people connect with information, each other and the places around them.
Today, we’re releasing new 2012 research data, and the findings are clear—smartphone adoption has gone global. Today, Australia, U.K., Sweden, Norway, Saudi Arabia and UAE each have more than 50 percent of their population on smartphones. An additional seven countries—U.S., New Zealand, Denmark, Ireland, Netherlands, Spain and Switzerland—now have greater than 40 percent smartphone penetration. In the U.S., 80 percent of smartphone owners say they don’t leave home without their device—and one in three would even give up their TV before their mobile devices!
We conducted this research to help people to better understand how mobile is changing our world. You can learn about mobile-specific usage trends, use this tool to create custom visualizations of data and more. There’s plenty to discover in the latest research—to dig into new survey data about smartphone consumers in 26 countries from around the world, read our post on the Google Mobile Ads blog or visit http://thinkwithgoogle.com/mobileplanet.
There’s been quite a bit going on around SketchUp HQ lately, what with the Trimble thing and the launch of our exciting new SketchUp Showcase and all. But Tyler and the rest of the Engineering gang haven’t just been sitting on their hands, either. Today, they’ve got a fresh new SketchUp maintenance build for you as well. Nothing major, but there’s some good stuff in it.
As usual, you can read all the details here, but for those who just care about the highlights:
- We’ve fixed some more crashes folks reported in Ruby Observers.
- Those of you with many Ruby extensions installed should no longer suffer from greyed-out menu items.
- SketchUp Pro network licenses on Windows now allow multiple instances to run on the same machine at one time.
- …and the usual collection of performance improvements, security updates and bug fixes.
SketchUp will notify you the next time it checks for an update, but if you just can’t wait, download a fresh install right now.