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    I would recommend getting the machine serial number from the seller of machine and running it through LHR, just to protect yourself a bit. I purchased a machine off Ebay that has come up stolen, I am finding out. If I would have ran the numbers through LHR,I would have known before rather than later. PROTECT YOURSELF GET THE SERIAL NUMBER AND RUN WITH LHR BEFORE PURCHASE, if all is on up and up there should be no problem for the seller to comply.

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    I do think the seller of the machine I purchased has at least one other machine on EBAY. This one looks to be sitting in South Carolina. My purchase was out of Tennessee.

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    Great advice. Ebay should refund your purchase.
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    I am finding there may be an issue there. I am having trouble contacting a human at Ebay The seller wants the machine back, which I do not feel is right. Law enforcement may have to get involved to prevent this from happening. I requested a refund and now seller has agreed to refund after return, Ebay's computer process has determined this is what should happen being you can not contact a human to explain my issue. I am thinking I send it back to seller, seller keeps money and machine and disappears.

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    I would contact your local police department and your credit card company to report it. Also talk with CarveWright as it is not the first time a stolen machine has turned up a on line sale.
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    I have had good service on ebay and Amazon using PayPal.
    thanks so much!
    karl

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    I am in contact with the police, LHR, and Ebay at this point. I to have had good luck with both Ebay and Paypal. Just hoping this all works out the best it can for all concerned. I did find a way to contact a human at Ebay as well.

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