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post #11 of 19 (permalink) Old 02-15-2019, 01:35 AM
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Funny you should mention that I ordered a manifold from him on monday and got the same feeling. When I asked him about shipping he has told me its made to order and will contact me as soon as he gets the reply from the supplier. Sadly, I did not pay by paypal.

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post #12 of 19 (permalink) Old 02-15-2019, 05:25 AM
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In the end I would say nay...
Like said here full of excuses. Once he came up with a sad story that he was in divorce and blablablabla

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It growls and rages and flies across the tarmac like a wild animal that has escaped the confinement of a cage and after merely waiting restlessly until the release, will not endure being locked up ever again.


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Kyle actually trolls this forum, he will ask you to delete any negative posts about him and will say negative remarks will hurt his small business. Never got any part I ordered, always excuses, he will take a picture of the tracking label and say he shipped it. When you check tracking it will always say label printed and never changes to shipped. My advice if he respond its taking a while for the part, just get a refund immediately! I ended up ordering directly from the company that makes the parts he is selling and got it in a week.
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Hi... any of this community know passerini personally ?
His FB and IG disappeared yesterday. He closed all passerini's media social.
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Hi... any of this community know passerini personally ?

His FB and IG disappeared yesterday. He closed all passerini's media social.
What's the situation or are you just curious?

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What's the situation or are you just curious?

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I ordered sprocket set June 11th from his instagram account. Paid the invoice also on June 11th.
week after week I keep asking where is the tracking number. I found this thread a week ago and it really give me chill.



His last message to me said that he will shutting down all his social media and will ship my order.
Now I am waiting his email about my order and tracking number.

Is he out of the business or what? shutting down all his media social is not a good sign...
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Finally I manage to have my parcel shipped with a big help from BDS Performance (https://shop.bds-bikeparts.com/) the supplier of passerini.
Just receive the tracking number and hopefully the parcel will arrive soon and in perfect condition.

Tonight I can have a good sleep.
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Not trying to speak for anyone else here, but I truly hate this kind of post/thread.

Personally I'd rather read the total BS crap DaveNZ posts up than see this garbage in our forum.

Here are some truths to consider:

Expectations and reality of any transaction rarely - exactly match
The forum will never know ALL of the facts of any transaction
The vendor (regardless of who it is) can never defend themselves in a forum for many reasons
In many cases there is misunderstanding and miscommunication (usually from both parties)
The customer isn't always right. The only truth here is the customer is always the customer
Some customers don't communicate well with a Vendor and frustration gets the better of them
There is generally some risk in most transactions - even with places like Amazon
Vendors are in business to make a profit
Dragging a vendor through a shit storm will not endear you to other vendors



Most of you guys get it! Those that don't probably never will.
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Not trying to speak for anyone else here, but I truly hate this kind of post/thread.

Personally I'd rather read the total BS crap DaveNZ posts up than see this garbage in our forum.

Here are some truths to consider:

Expectations and reality of any transaction rarely - exactly match
The forum will never know ALL of the facts of any transaction
The vendor (regardless of who it is) can never defend themselves in a forum for many reasons
In many cases there is misunderstanding and miscommunication (usually from both parties)
The customer isn't always right. The only truth here is the customer is always the customer
Some customers don't communicate well with a Vendor and frustration gets the better of them
There is generally some risk in most transactions - even with places like Amazon
Vendors are in business to make a profit
Dragging a vendor through a shit storm will not endear you to other vendors



Most of you guys get it! Those that don't probably never will.
All the Best
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Agreed! I am sure Kyle has his own reason, problems and sorting it out. I am one of his customers who has bad experience. Some other has ugly experience and some other has really good experience.
Will I buy from him again? yes I will if he accept payment after delivery.
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