Originally Posted by Donster
while the seller screwed up, i dont think its fair to blame him for all that has happened. i think that the seller should have his gun returned, and the buyer should have his money returned, minus the amount required to fix the gun to its previous working condition. i think that is a fair compromise.
no doubt about that, but the gun WAS returned, thus completing the deal, the seller should not have taken back the gun without verifying that the gun was in the same condition it was sold in, even still, he could've told the guy he would let him pay later and told him he could not return the first payment