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druphus
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Location: Denver, Colorado USA

Post by druphus »

Bought a great old razor from "Pioneer" and completed an excellent trade with "Teiste". Both of these forum members are highly recommended.
Regards,
Andy
CMur12
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Post by CMur12 »

Doug/DEF:

Many thanks for Doug for the generous gift of a new Valobra Shave Stick, impeccably packaged!

- Murray
Give me Soap or give me death!
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DavidB
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Post by DavidB »

Tim (TRBeck), thanks for the great Semogue 1250 brush. Shipped fast, packaged well, and the brush is a beaut!

Dave
insomniac
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Location: Seattle, WA

Post by insomniac »

Very positive experience buying a razor from tweedcab.
JPDyson
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Location: Durham, NC

Post by JPDyson »

Teiste was a pleasure to work with; I bought a brush from him, and he was prompt and courteous. :D
--Josh
Thalay Sagar
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Post by Thalay Sagar »

Great buy from Phil/Bullgoose. Fast shipping, well packaged, great guy.
Best,
Chris

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Shave4Fun
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Location: Great State of Georgia, USA

TRBeck

Post by Shave4Fun »

Never hesitate to make a deal with TRBeck (aka Tim). I've bought several times and always a good transaction.
Roger

I've been a wet shaver for 52 years!
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Teiste
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Location: Utah

Post by Teiste »

I have been having really positive transactions with members :

I_shaved_something
Kronos9
LookingGlass
JRTASTER
JPDyson
levente

THANKS GENTLEMEN!It was a pleasure to deal with you all.

Also a special mention to member greyhawk that helped me to figure out something.Thanks sir!
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malocchio
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Location: richmond calif

smooth deal

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good doing biz with HBK42581
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Trout Whisperer
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Post by Trout Whisperer »

Bought a razor from vtmax. It was in exactly the condition he described, and he shipped it the next day as promised.
"Let a man set his heart only on doing the will of God and he is instantly free." — A. W. Tozer
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texquill
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Location: Richardson (Dallas / Ft. Worth area), TX

churchilllafemme

Post by texquill »

I just received two brushes that I purchased from churchilllafemme. Super fast shipping and great brushes!
Ken
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SRD
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Location: Eastern Tennessee

Post by SRD »

Picked up a couple of Schick E's from ChrisW out in Bakersfield, CA. Razors were as described, at a fair price and quick delivery. It was a seamless transaction.
Dave
function
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Post by function »

traded for some samples from Garry, great stuff. Opened the envelope to have a bouquet of delicious scents, well packaged. Great way to try new products.
Nick




Give me Lavender or give me death.
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Lord Ponsenberry Smyth
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Location: The Colony of Australia.

Post by Lord Ponsenberry Smyth »

A fast, friendly transaction with vtmax. ( Max )

The Gillette Black Beauty is literally in mint/pristine condition as such I consider it to be a bargain buy.

Thanks for such a pleasurable and smooth purchase !
David Ponsenberry Smyth 111. ( Lord )
Advocate for the use of French and Italian soaps.
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werdna
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tweedcab

Post by werdna »

Just bought a great brush from tweedcab.



Thanks!

-Andrew
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Lord Ponsenberry Smyth
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Post by Lord Ponsenberry Smyth »

Just received a tub of Razorock XXX from Sam. (m'learned friend)

Great packing, fast shipping, and terrific communication.

A real pleasure doing business !

Many thanks Sam !
David Ponsenberry Smyth 111. ( Lord )
Advocate for the use of French and Italian soaps.
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jtpca
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Location: Alberta, Canada

Craig from Cincy

Post by jtpca »

Purchased Woods of Windsor cologne and talc from Craig. I wish the mail smelled this good all the time!

A+ member all the way- much appreciated.
Jason

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Teiste
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Post by Teiste »

About member daverasi:

I have been informed by a good friend of mine at B&B that this member buy stuff here and later resale it there for a higher price without giving more info about the items:
http://badgerandblade.com/vb/showthread ... ap-and-AoS.
I myself sold that JF soap to him for 23 bucks instead of the 28 that I was asking for and now he re selling it for 30 bucks at B&B.
http://www.shavemyface.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=47072

I understand that this is a free market an country,but this is NOT how we do things here at shavemyface and also,it seems this not the first time that this member does the same thing.

I myself have stopped a sale and refund money after not providing the right information about the item that I was selling,since I truly believe in being fair to others.

Thanks to "Devish' for the information provided.
daverasi
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Post by daverasi »

It is unfortunate that individuals throw accusations around without contacting the person whom they attack.
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Teiste
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Post by Teiste »

daverasi wrote:It is unfortunate that individuals throw accusations around without contacting the person whom they attack.
This is not an attack,its a fact.Shame on you,but at least we know how you do things.
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