Bad Traders


Bad Traders Reported by Sirocco

glorfindel Israel BTRs9-Nov-2002
Status: active
Aliases: Eyal Katz - davidwolf5 - avi
Email: noone@hotmail.com
Emails: katzavinoam@bezeqint.net
Address: ramat hasharon, izhak elhanan 10A, PO BOX 2523, ZIP CODE 47240, ISRAEL
Reporter: Sirocco

On Sept. 6, 2002 I entered into a trade with Eyal. I had traded with him before with no problems and in fact, with exemplary results. In my most recent trade with him he told me that he had not received my games, and I also had not received the game he said he shipped. He also offered compensation, which I replied to but have received no answer as yet. I was about to write this situation off to unfortunate circumstances considering the present problems in Israel but then on Nov. 5, 2002 I received an email from another GTZ member that had also not received his game. This person had received an email from a 3rd GTZ member who had also not received his game. Not wanting to jump to conclusions, I emailed the people that Eyal had pending trades with to see if they had received their games. None had as yet! I was still not convinced that Eyal had flagrantly reneged on his part of our trade and I thought it was possible that he may be a victim of unfortunate circumstances. Then, today, I received an email from yet another GTZ member about Eyal and directing me to this article that he created -
http://www.if-legends.org/~yois/column.php?column_...

I still have no direct evidence that Eyal has reneged on our trade other than the fact that he stated that he shipped my game via Air Mail on Sept. 08, 2002 (60 days ago) but I thought that this Bad Report was necessary (given the accumulated information) in order to halt trades with Eyal until this matter is resolved.

Any additional information, from the moderators or others, that I am not aware of would be appreciated. I would be more than happy to remove this bad trader report if any positive information concerning Eyal Katz's integrity is submitted.

To this date, I have not received my game.

Jon de Ojeda