KC0UWS (ex KC0VRS, KC0TKB) Brandon Duke owes me some items

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KC0UWS (ex KC0VRS, KC0TKB) Brandon Duke owes me some items

Post by W4AJF » Fri Jan 06, 2006 9:56 pm

I bought a radio from Brandon Duke KC0UWS that was sold to me as including the hand mic, desk mic and manual, and upon receipt I found they were not in the shipment. I have e-mailed Brandon several times with no answer. I will be happy to post that our deal is complete and I am satisfied if Brandon will send me the items he owes me.

Thanks,

Adam Farber W4AJF
Cooper City, FL
adamf@eeco.com
Last edited by W4AJF on Sat Jan 07, 2006 7:36 am, edited 1 time in total.

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Another mistake.....

Post by N0EE » Sat Jan 07, 2006 4:49 am

Dealing with Brandon kc0uws is ALWAYS a mistake. Recently there was a post here that said Brandon got arrested for stealing ham gear, I have not verified that. That post has since disappeared, however I suggest you contact the Longmont Colorado police department and find out if the TS940S you bought is stolen. Hopefully its not but with Brandon involved anything is possible.

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Re: Another mistake.....

Post by wa4cch » Sat Jan 07, 2006 5:32 am

dork wrote:Dealing with Brandon kc0uws is ALWAYS a mistake. Recently there was a post here that said Brandon got arrested for stealing ham gear, I have not verified that. That post has since disappeared, however I suggest you contact the Longmont Colorado police department and find out if the TS940S you bought is stolen. Hopefully its not but with Brandon involved anything is possible.

:lol: well if it is the one that was stolen ????? we all know where it is now :P


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Re: KC0UWS Brandon Duke owes me some items

Post by wa4cch » Mon Jan 09, 2006 2:40 am

W4AJF wrote:I bought a radio from Brandon Duke KC0UWS that was sold to me as including the hand mic, desk mic and manual, and upon receipt I found they were not in the shipment. I have e-mailed Brandon several times with no answer. I will be happy to post that our deal is complete and I am satisfied if Brandon will send me the items he owes me.

Thanks,

Adam Farber W4AJF
Cooper City, FL
adamf@eeco.com


adam why did you edit out the model of the radio the knwd 940 sat don't you want anybody to know where it came from????? :shock:

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KC0UWS

Post by W4AJF » Mon Jan 09, 2006 2:47 am

Hi Charles, the people that need to know already know what I bought. , I have had numerous e-mails about it and have been told many different thing so I thought it best just to post a brief description of what went on. Thanks, Adam Farber

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Bravo...

Post by K4ICL » Mon Jan 09, 2006 1:37 pm

Adam:

Well said.

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Post by N6VMO » Mon Jan 09, 2006 7:33 pm

I can NOT believe that some people will still enter into a deal with KC0UWS.

With all the bad forum reports on this individual, I simply can't comprehend how someone would put themselves at risk.

IMHO, if you enter into any deal with KC0UWS, you have lost the right to whine about the ‘deal gone bad, poor me’ on this forum.


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Post by wa4cch » Tue Jan 10, 2006 12:48 am

N6VMO wrote:I can NOT believe that some people will still enter into a deal with KC0UWS.

With all the bad forum reports on this individual, I simply can't comprehend how someone would put themselves at risk.

IMHO, if you enter into any deal with KC0UWS, you have lost the right to whine about the ‘deal gone bad, poor me’ on this forum.


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:shock: with brandons rep of selling stolen property i would never have delt with him in the first place..... let alone after buying what might be a stolen ts-940 sat would i post an ad telling him if he would send me the rest of the booty i would be happy with the deal :shock:

73 chuck

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ARRL Letter - March 24, 2006

Post by KA9FOX » Thu Mar 30, 2006 6:37 am

From ARRL Letter - March 24, 2006

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In another enforcement matter, the FCC wrote Technician licensee Brandon M. Duke, KC0UWS (ex-KC0TKB), of Longmont, Colorado, January 9 advising him of a complaint alleging "deliberate interference and other rule violations on repeaters." Duke replied, pledging to change his ways.

In a January 26 e-mail, an apologetic Duke said he'd destroyed an audio CD containing apparently objectionable material he'd been accused of airing. He also said he'd "refrain from jamming, interfering, kerchunking and using any repeaters."

Hollingsworth cautioned Duke that the FCC expected him to abide by requests to steer clear of certain repeaters or face license revocation, a fine or other sanctions. In his e-mail response, Duke said he would refrain from using Boulder Amateur Radio Club repeaters, per the club's written request.

On January 24, Tracy Simmons of the FCC's Wireless Telecommunications Bureau licensing operations in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, advised Duke that because he was "involved in an enforcement action," the Commission had set aside its earlier grant of a new sequential call sign, KC0VRS. Duke told Hollingsworth that he'd also filed for a vanity call sign.

Hollingsworth cautioned Duke that no matter his call sign, he remains obligated to stay off the repeaters as requested.

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