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  Reply # 210751 30-Apr-2009 05:59
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heavenly_wild: Pay what's owed and move on.  Simple.


I've done that now, what I was trying to get at is I have no qualms in paying, just don't threaten me with suspending my membership when I haven't paid just because I haven't gotten around to it - a long loyalty as a customer should count for something.

/ends rant.

edit:  adamj, seems as I agreed to the rules (which I have to admit I doubt I read) so don't really have a leg to stand on now...

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  Reply # 211521 2-May-2009 01:34
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heavenly_wild: Well I don't see the problem.  Being a long-time member doesn't give you the right to leave your credit in negative territory for 2 weeks, unless you have a reason behind it.


I agree,  unless the amount was in dispute,  it appears TradeMe were simply acting in a normal commercial way. 

Pay your account or we will take action.

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