John N0EE - Good deal!

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wa8mea
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John N0EE - Good deal!

Post by wa8mea » Mon Oct 24, 2011 7:37 pm

Got a nice RS HTX-10 for $97 shipped from John. I was looking for a single bander to operate ten meters now that it's open once again.

First contact on the rig was with Germany. Exchanged 10-10 numbers.

Nice rig and as advertised. He actually shipped the unit before the mo arrived at his QTH.

73, Bill - WA8MEA
http://HamRadioFun.com

KD2ADL
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Post by KD2ADL » Tue Oct 25, 2011 1:29 am

I’m also completely satisfied after dealing with John, N0EE. After reading the warnings about how to buy – and not to buy – on QTH.com, I was a little nervous at the outset. A deal too good to be true? a working VHF mobile for $68, check. No phone number? check. E-mail at juno.com? check – all of the stuff that the site warns about was there.

But I decided that $68 wasn’t going to make the difference between whether I would eat next week or not, so I sent John the money, and got back a clean, working radio, well-packed and with a tracking number which John e-mailed to me. I guess that the lesson is that you can be too cautious; luckily, it wasn’t needed with N0EE.

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