Originally Posted by caleb
Returning empty handed was not my point...returning from 2400 miles empty handed was my point. That IS their own fault choosing to do business with a dealer that far away.
No way... it's not their fault, it was clearly stated that the dealer confirmed the trailer was on their lot and ready to go when it wasn't.
What happened to the dealer in providing the customer an offer of good faith? Truely this is a skewed opinion and everyone is titled to their own opinion, but that is just not right, and not the fault of the purchaser.
Even ebay motors has better buyer rights than that and they don't even own or handle the item personally, they are only a well organized classified ads system.
The seller should take responsibility for their screw up.... no argument!