Paul Peters wrote:Glen, the material that could have been sent across to you was Paraguay and constituted only a small part ... a few thousand worth
And not ONE cent of that "few thousands" would you have lost if you followed my clear advice to you at the time. Have a courier collect it all, and deliver elsewhere, and you then got paid cash same day with zero fees.
Probably more than you'd nett at auction after all fees were carved away, and which was never going to reach you anyway. Also you advised the material then on hand there contained Germany and Latvia, and other material.
- Jurd posted right here that Harri had been paid
. Either Harri can't read, or do math, or he is confused - or all three - who would know, he has only made 1 post during this entire thread he started.
Either way, you BOTH
need to take personal responsibility for losing those slabs of money. In 2017 the world loves blaming everyone else at all times, and never taking any personal responsibility THEMSELVES.
cannot count, and was initially paid (he says) $850 short, when Velvet still had heaps of funds and had stated here Harri was already paid out in full - more fool Harri.
If Paul Peters deliberately chose to listen to slick BS and leave stamps with Jurd on top of all the other losses, more fool you, as you were advised things were looking grim WAY before
the Titanic Sunk.
You simply were tossing more cans of petrol onto the fire to put it out.
If your PAST sales for 6 or 12 months, had not been paid, again more fool you for not raising it with APTA far
earlier - Danny Jurd was FEDERAL TREASURER THERE
for goodness sakes. APTA have been a total joke in recent years, and it seems even after you contacted them well before liquidator was appointed, they did nothing to assist. No surprise there.
And to come up with a lame comment here that to remove your own property of unsold and yet to be auctioned stamps, would someone incur you fees
- from someone who already owed you $40,000, for a year or whatever, beggars belief. Ever worked out what your INTEREST charge owed on $40,000 was, you could have invoiced them for??!!
You were near 100% likely to lose all that lot anyway, that was clear to me, so salvaging the remaining unsold remnants whilst you were readily able to, was simply common sense, and rescuing something at least from the very fast sinking ship.
Anyway, like dealing with a Nigerian who is promising you the $US684,756,865 inheritance is "all on the way Mon, be cooool don't Wurry"
you both fell for it hook line and sinker, and nice to see "$850"
and "a few thousand"
in totally un-necessary losses, seem like small beer to you both.
Velvet Auctions were not trading as Stanley Gibbons and anyone that claims they were, lacked reading comprehension, and common sense, or both, I'd suggest further.
You knew who you were dealing with, and rolled the dice.