Problem with a seller (JEEMY). Advice? (title edit by Spud)

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Problem with a seller (JEEMY). Advice? (title edit by Spud)

Postby Sleeka » Tue 07.11.2017, 02:23

Hey guys I am having a problem getting my parts I ordered and paid for from Jeemy at SVS (http://www.specialistvehiclesolutions.com).

I ordered a tail light and a couple of other pieces last November 2016 and have still not received them (in fairness there was some communication problem the first couple of months but since January it"s not my fault). At first he was returning email about once a month and would say he was getting to it. Then at the start of the year he had family troubles and as long as he was responding to my emails I was not pushing the subject until he got things sorted out (family is more important then some guys tailights). Then I would get him through his online chat which was good because it was right away but he kept assuring he would get it out. One time he even got so far as to book the package with a shipping company and I got a tracking number but he never dropped it off with them (this was this past summer). Then is August he said he had actually sent it out but I didn't get a tracking number and nothing has come in the 3 months since.

He is still doing business because I see on ebay there is feedback for parts people got from him so he is not running with everyones money. I believe he is overwhelmed with his business and trying to catch up from the problems earlier in the year. My problem is I am no where near the UK and have no way of either going by his shop or even calling him as I can't dial that number from Canada. I am relying on his chat and email which is non existent now.

Does anyone know how I can get this guy to send my package? I am out of ideas and can't believe it's been a year already.
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Re: Problem with a seller. Advice?

Postby par » Tue 07.11.2017, 11:57

The family issues excuse has been getting used by Jeemy for a number years along with moving business location/supplier issues/waiting on packaging/phone not working etc.

There are a number of people on here who have suffered or suffering the same issues as you over a period which can extend to years. I got my parts by continually chasing him up when I reached the limit of his excuses so I suggest you keep hounding him - become that squeaky wheel that needs oiled.

For the record I dont think he is dishonest just very badly organized :roll:
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Re: Problem with a seller. Advice?

Postby Rambo » Wed 08.11.2017, 13:33

par wrote:The family issues excuse has been getting used by Jeemy for a number years along with moving business location/supplier issues/waiting on packaging/phone not working etc.

There are a number of people on here who have suffered or suffering the same issues as you over a period which can extend to years. I got my parts by continually chasing him up when I reached the limit of his excuses so I suggest you keep hounding him - become that squeaky wheel that needs oiled.

For the record I dont think he is dishonest just very badly organized :roll:


Par - you've forgotten the excuses about the Edinburgh festival that have been used over and over the years, problems with LEC PM box being full, etc, etc......... :evil: :evil:
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Re: Problem with a seller. Advice?

Postby Dave Eds » Wed 08.11.2017, 14:57

He hasn't been on here since August.

Might as well tinker with the thread title though.
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Re: Problem with a seller. Advice?

Postby Rambo » Thu 09.11.2017, 19:17

Dave Eds wrote:He hasn't been on here since August


August is always the Edinburgh festival and fringe excuse :twisted: :twisted:
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Re: Problem with a seller. Advice?

Postby Nickydee » Fri 10.11.2017, 17:07

Rambo wrote:
Dave Eds wrote:He hasn't been on here since August


August is always the Edinburgh festival and fringe excuse :twisted: :twisted:


How does not having a haircut stop you dispatching parts :-D :-D :-D
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Re: Problem with a seller. Advice?

Postby Jamie N » Fri 10.11.2017, 19:17

Nickydee wrote:
Rambo wrote:
Dave Eds wrote:He hasn't been on here since August


August is always the Edinburgh festival and fringe excuse :twisted: :twisted:


How does not having a haircut stop you dispatching parts :-D :-D :-D


Just spoke to Rambo and he said he will mullet over and get back to you with a quiff reply..... IGMC :-)
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Re: Problem with a seller (JEEMY). Advice? (title edit by Sp

Postby Sleeka » Sat 11.11.2017, 00:44

Thanks for all the advice. In a way it's good to know that it's not just me so I will probably get through eventually. I didn't see the cell phone number in his site before so that's good as I can actually call that number. Got his voicemail but will keep trying.
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Re: Problem with a seller (JEEMY). Advice? (title edit by Sp

Postby Danevansgolf » Sat 11.11.2017, 17:44

I only get the voicemail, so good luck. I’m tryouts my to get a part off him but impossible to get hold of him to commit to anything.
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Re: Problem with a seller (JEEMY). Advice? (title edit by Sp

Postby Danevansgolf » Mon 13.11.2017, 10:27

Just to say I was able to get hold of Jamie last night via email :D :D
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Re: Problem with a seller (JEEMY). Advice? (title edit by Sp

Postby Jamie N » Mon 13.11.2017, 11:00

Danevansgolf wrote:Just to say I was able to get hold of Jamie last night via email :D :D


Hey!, this thread has nowt to do with me :poke: :D .
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