View Single Post
Join Date: Jun 2012
Posts: 750
# 38
02-06-2013, 02:17 AM
Originally Posted by logicalspock View Post
The transaction is insecure, thus there will always be a risk of you paying money, not receiving the product, and having little or no recourse.
A legitimate seller loses nothing by keeping their contracts. They don't have sale-related expenses to cover because they already paid for the immense capital investment to get their shipyard to Tier 5. Likewise, a legitimate seller loses reputation and thus future revenue by scamming you. Scamming is bad for legitimate business. Knowledge of that fact is all the security a buyer should need. To assume that you are taking a big risk when dealing with a proven legitimate seller is not healthy paranoia; it's really quite cretinous.