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Old 07-17-19, 02:21 PM
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Originally Posted by rumrunn6 View Post
call the buyer & explain. give him a chance to do the right thing & take the bike he originally paid for
+1 You did what you felt was right at the time, given the missing bike, but you did have an agreed upon sale that the bike shop snafued... He may not be thrilled, but swapping those bikes puts the deal back to the original terms as they were before the bike shop misplaced obe of the bikes involved. I do think the shop should cover the shipping, as they were the proximate cause.
Good luck, Eric

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