After a fine dinner with my family, my wife and I did the dishes, and I decided to hit up Craig’s list to see if there are any killer deals. To my astonishment, I found the following post:
BEWARE OF GUY SELLING RARE CARDS IN TOMBALL BY SILVERADO
Uhmmmm wait … I’m a guy in Tomball by Silverado!
There is someone that does live close to me that is a scam artist. Surely, this posting was about him!
WRONG. <Enter torrid thunder and lightning sequence here.>
It was about yours truly. Rather than tell you what he said, let me just show you a screen shot:
Note the lack of evidence and inability to contact this person. This drives me nuts! Why would someone ever do this?
I made a post refuting this letting everyone know that all my boxes and cases are factory sealed, and that I only create custom cards for people who come to me asking for them as works of art … and only of cards that don’t exist.
I guess in the end, there really is nothing that can be done. Anyone can say anything about anybody at anytime. It just sucks that someone decided to do this – it is bugging me to not know who it was, and if it was just to spread a bad name or if it was that they were merely jumping to conclusions. Oh well, either way … not the coolest thing I’ve seen on the internet.
If anyone cares to flag this scumbag’s post – have at it! http://houston.craigslist.org/cbd/4454215936.html I’d be grateful 🙂
I tried to flag him–but he's already gone!!! He/She must of ran away….LOL!
Thanks Sal! If I see it again, I'm going to contact Craig's List to see if I can get a case against this scum bag for slander. I mean really … why would someone make up stuff? Oh well, the bad man is gone for now anyway lol.