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  • Puspawarna
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    Since the items have sold and this thread is full of bickering(*), I'm closing it.

    (*) Proof:

    Originally posted by various members, some of whom are pretty funny
    Are you on crack?

    let's just call it "a fragrance"

    the SSC part smelled of sarcasm

    I wonder if anyone here has actually done anything meaningful in their lives than to assume I'm scamming. Actually I can't believe just how shallow and fragile the members here are.

    Please, go away.

    I only joined here through a referral from a friend saying this is a good place to put it. What a mistake indeed.

    Wow what a silly post….How pathetic!

    Either you're Brazilian or you're an internet gamer spending the entire day playing League of Legends… They don't let kids in to art exhibitions, so same thing applies here.

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  • rabbit_39
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    Originally posted by Jake Powell View Post
    Okay, but I thought you were Mr. Sports Cars. How much did you pay for your car and its spare parts. Did you know it's almost 10jt just to change the oil out of a Rolls-Royce? And 25jt+ just to change a wheel? Is that overpriced? To some but not to those who can afford it. You're paying for the privilege. Not everything has to be cost-effective and practical. And I know there are lots of people viewing this thread it's almost hit 1k views. Certainly some are in the know or are interested or have friends who are interested. They're just not posting. Also, hop on over to JamesList website. That must be a heaven for cheapskates to complain about. And guess what, items are sold and sold..
    Sorry, no in Jakarta it doesn't cost almost 10jt to change the oil of a Rolls Royce. Or 25jt+ to change a wheel...oh you can certainly buy a wheel (before the tire) that cost 25 juta. But it's not something that is needed by most sports car owner. And sports car owners are not a high percentage of the population.

    Also, not all sports car owners are willing to throw away money when it's not worth it. Some people perhaps. Glad you sold your item, your view points are definitely in the minority of all the people I know or able to interact with.

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  • Jake Powell
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    Originally posted by rabbit_39 View Post
    Selling in a forum is always risky because of the possible exposure AND the ability of people to give feedback on your item/price. The same way any of us would chime in when a seller comes in and try to sell obvious fakes or something that's obviously mis-priced (remember the one with the Japanese sword?), this to me is the same thing. People with different experiences chimes in with what they know. So the seller can take those criticisms with "if you don't want to buy, shove off" or however other ways they want to respond. Either way it will reflect on him/herself anyway and potential buyers will like/dislike the seller based on the responses
    Okay, but I thought you were Mr. Sports Cars. How much did you pay for your car and its spare parts. Did you know it's almost 10jt just to change the oil out of a Rolls-Royce? And 25jt+ just to change a wheel? Is that overpriced? To some but not to those who can afford it. You're paying for the privilege. Not everything has to be cost-effective and practical. And I know there are lots of people viewing this thread it's almost hit 1k views. Certainly some are in the know or are interested or have friends who are interested. They're just not posting. Also, hop on over to JamesList website. That must be a heaven for cheapskates to complain about. And guess what, items are sold and sold..
    Last edited by Jake Powell; 14-08-14, 15:10.

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  • rabbit_39
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    Selling in a forum is always risky because of the possible exposure AND the ability of people to give feedback on your item/price. The same way any of us would chime in when a seller comes in and try to sell obvious fakes or something that's obviously mis-priced (remember the one with the Japanese sword?), this to me is the same thing. People with different experiences chimes in with what they know. So the seller can take those criticisms with "if you don't want to buy, shove off" or however other ways they want to respond. Either way it will reflect on him/herself anyway and potential buyers will like/dislike the seller based on the responses

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  • Jake Powell
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    Originally posted by Donting101 View Post
    Wow what a silly post. Why should anyone in a 'for sale' thread be ridiculed for anything? How pathetic! If you don't want to buy it, don't! Simple as that really!

    And how did you come to the conclusion the OP was marketing his goods to 'dumb expats' ?? He has his add in various places and posting it he is just casting his net a little further. Someone in need of one of these keys may google search it and the first result could be this forum, who knows. You clearly have no clue about the item in question and how expensive some of these high end car parts and how different the prices can be in different parts of the world. if you're interested in the item then make an offer, If not then mind your own business
    Thanks. And yes, this thread helped immensely in advertising. Just a simple Google search for the product and this thread is on the top of the results. So I can't say it's a "big" mistake posting here.

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  • Jake Powell
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    Originally posted by MadCat View Post
    Huehuehuehue can't beat them rusty lawn mowers!

    But realistically speaking, even the expats that are stock managers or 20k/mo oil guys that post here would've ridiculed the sale to begin with... if you're looking for "dumb" expats, you may want to try hitting up Kemang on a saturday around 1am when they're all nice and drunk and haven't the faculties to figure out that paying 25jt for a keyfob is a really, really silly idea.

    But I'll stick to my rusty lawnmower.
    Huehuehue? What? Either you're Brazilian or you're an internet gamer spending the entire day playing League of Legends. What are you doing on my sale if you're not a potential buyer?
    They don't let kids in to art exhibitions, so same thing applies here.

    Originally posted by Puspawarna View Post
    [MOD NOTE] For the record, Jake Powell has no infractions. He is mixing up "reputation" (which is given by members, Jake) with "infractions" (which are given by moderators in response to violations of our posting guidelines).

    Speaking of the PG, we're not supposed to bicker, as I will gently remind all thread participants.[/MOD NOTE]
    Ok. Noted. Better that way anyway. Thought I was going against the entire forum but good to hear it's just a certain amount of members.

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  • Donting101
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    Originally posted by MadCat View Post
    Huehuehuehue can't beat them rusty lawn mowers!

    But realistically speaking, even the expats that are stock managers or 20k/mo oil guys that post here would've ridiculed the sale to begin with... if you're looking for "dumb" expats, you may want to try hitting up Kemang on a saturday around 1am when they're all nice and drunk and haven't the faculties to figure out that paying 25jt for a keyfob is a really, really silly idea.

    But I'll stick to my rusty lawnmower.

    Wow what a silly post. Why should anyone in a 'for sale' thread be ridiculed for anything? How pathetic! If you don't want to buy it, don't! Simple as that really!

    And how did you come to the conclusion the OP was marketing his goods to 'dumb expats' ?? He has his add in various places and posting it he is just casting his net a little further. Someone in need of one of these keys may google search it and the first result could be this forum, who knows. You clearly have no clue about the item in question and how expensive some of these high end car parts and how different the prices can be in different parts of the world. if you're interested in the item then make an offer, If not then mind your own business

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  • Puspawarna
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    Originally posted by Jake Powell View Post
    Well won't you look at that.. an infraction point.
    [MOD NOTE] For the record, Jake Powell has no infractions. He is mixing up "reputation" (which is given by members, Jake) with "infractions" (which are given by moderators in response to violations of our posting guidelines).

    Speaking of the PG, we're not supposed to bicker, as I will gently remind all thread participants.[/MOD NOTE]

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  • MadCat
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    Originally posted by Donting101 View Post
    Jack, best not to list luxury goods or anything with high value such as that on this forum, this is a cyber 'garage sale'. Most of the expats who post here are not your Jakarta stock-exchange or your 20k-month oil guys, they're teachers, middle managers, and small business owners (partners). Most of them won't have a clue what an AP ROO is, as you described above. ignore the stupid comments from the uninformed, and remember you'd get the same reaction in a 'real life' garage sale from the punters looking for a rusty lawn mower. do yourself a favour and stop replying
    Huehuehuehue can't beat them rusty lawn mowers!

    But realistically speaking, even the expats that are stock managers or 20k/mo oil guys that post here would've ridiculed the sale to begin with... if you're looking for "dumb" expats, you may want to try hitting up Kemang on a saturday around 1am when they're all nice and drunk and haven't the faculties to figure out that paying 25jt for a keyfob is a really, really silly idea.

    But I'll stick to my rusty lawnmower.

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  • Donting101
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    Jack, best not to list luxury goods or anything with high value such as that on this forum, this is a cyber 'garage sale'. Most of the expats who post here are not your Jakarta stock-exchange or your 20k-month oil guys, they're teachers, middle managers, and small business owners (partners). Most of them won't have a clue what an AP ROO is, as you described above. ignore the stupid comments from the uninformed, and remember you'd get the same reaction in a 'real life' garage sale from the punters looking for a rusty lawn mower. do yourself a favour and stop replying

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  • Jake Powell
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    Originally posted by waarmstrong View Post
    Indeed. Your last sentence is the highlight of the thread.
    That simple.

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  • waarmstrong
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    Indeed. Your last sentence is the highlight of the thread.

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  • Jake Powell
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    Originally posted by fastpitch17 View Post
    Let's face it Jake. You came on here to sell because you figure this forum is full of Expats and as everyone knows, Expats have lots of money they throw around carelessly buying things they know nothing about. It was you that decided to offer this to a small and what you feel is a representation of the money. If you really thought your item had as much value as you say you would have expanded your marketing audience. You could have listed it locally in the sell sites. Maybe release some of the social climbers of their cash. They don't worry about investments, just the image. You could have listed in on EBay to reach the international market and using the excuse of not wanting to deal with international shipping is a pretty lame excuse. The dealing on the shippers part is minimal and the buyer would be paying the cost.

    How does anyone actually know it's not a fake? Do you have some type of documents addressing it's authenticity? Perhaps something from the keyfob club stating it's value? If you want this kind of price for something you have an obligation to verify it's value. Whatever you paid for it has no bearing on it's value except only to you. You really have some homework to do if you want to sell any collector item. If you don't think so, I have a Michael Jordan Autographed basketball I'll sell you. Very reasonable. How about a Mike Dikta autographed football? I know, a Babe Ruth autographed baseball. I know it's legit. I asked him for it personally. Rp80 juta. What a deal. I'm sure you could find a forum and turn a quick big profit.
    The reason why the ad is on here in the first place is so that I could expand it. I already listed this on plenty other forums and certainly going to tackle eBay next once I get my account trusted enough. Please I'd love to sell international then I'd be selling in USD and not Rupiah, even better. And that international shipping issue was not for the key but for my other items for sell; my chess sets. Shipping silver international is a risk.

    Authenticity? Umm okay I'll email it. And also what about the people who has offered a few $100 short I'll send that too if necessary. At least some people are willing to buy it?? Certainly not a majority of people. But they are there.
    And I only joined here through a referral from a friend saying this is a good place to put it. What a mistake indeed.

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  • fastpitch17
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    Let's face it Jake. You came on here to sell because you figure this forum is full of Expats and as everyone knows, Expats have lots of money they throw around carelessly buying things they know nothing about. It was you that decided to offer this to a small and what you feel is a representation of the money. If you really thought your item had as much value as you say you would have expanded your marketing audience. You could have listed it locally in the sell sites. Maybe release some of the social climbers of their cash. They don't worry about investments, just the image. You could have listed in on EBay to reach the international market and using the excuse of not wanting to deal with international shipping is a pretty lame excuse. The dealing on the shippers part is minimal and the buyer would be paying the cost.

    How does anyone actually know it's not a fake? Do you have some type of documents addressing it's authenticity? Perhaps something from the keyfob club stating it's value? If you want this kind of price for something you have an obligation to verify it's value. Whatever you paid for it has no bearing on it's value except only to you. You really have some homework to do if you want to sell any collector item. If you don't think so, I have a Michael Jordan Autographed basketball I'll sell you. Very reasonable. How about a Mike Dikta autographed football? I know, a Babe Ruth autographed baseball. I know it's legit. I asked him for it personally. Rp80 juta. What a deal. I'm sure you could find a forum and turn a quick big profit.

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  • Jake Powell
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    Well won't you look at that.. an infraction point. I wonder if anyone here has actually done anything meaningful in their lives than to assume I'm scamming. Actually I can't believe just how shallow and fragile the members here are.
    Are they really like that in real life or is it just on this forum?? Amazing. And here I am bombarded with questions and suspicions just by selling something that doesn't even cost nearly as much as a watch or jewellery that some of you collect. And the most important part is.. no one here even knows the item I'm selling.. so why are you assuming you know better by shoving around $50 OEM keys for sale from some used car dealership or a lecture on sports cars that nobody here even drives.

    If I sell something, I am looking for a sale. And that it is, to people who know the item I'm selling. If I sell a 450jt Audemars Piguet ROO watch will I also get bombarded by know-it-all's saying I'm pricing them too much? Curious.
    Please, go away. This is my item, my sale. If you don't like it, carry on with your lives. I don't have time arguing against the entire forum.

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