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    Quote Originally Posted by vintovka View Post
    Why someone (if not already) will make $ out of a "vetting" service for bidder and forums alike.
    Sure it could be done, but how many buyers and sellers will pay for the service?

    Additionally in the last 12 months there have been more than a few long time forum members (over 4 years) that have scammed buyers, and that is something all the vetting in the world wont catch.
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    You don’t send one screw back?
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    Be aware that this gentleman may actually believe what he says about himself. It's not uncommon for those with histrionic personality disorders to feel that their reputations are sterling while their actions run completely contradictory -- in their realities, feelings are equivalent to facts, and they can be highly sensitive to criticism, resorting to manipulative tactics such as lying and gaslighting to defend themselves. Best in many cases to simply cut-off and avoid these folks, as they create storms and chaos that never truly resolve to your satisfaction.

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    This is sound advise, and a wise course of action. I laughed a little when you said, “in their realities, feelings are equivalent to facts, and they can be highly sensitive to criticism”. That describes a large chunk of the gun collectors.


    Quote Originally Posted by cartoonist View Post
    Be aware that this gentleman may actually believe what he says about himself. It's not uncommon for those with histrionic personality disorders to feel that their reputations are sterling while their actions run completely contradictory -- in their realities, feelings are equivalent to facts, and they can be highly sensitive to criticism, resorting to manipulative tactics such as lying and gaslighting to defend themselves. Best in many cases to simply cut-off and avoid these folks, as they create storms and chaos that never truly resolve to your satisfaction.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cartoonist View Post
    Be aware that this gentleman may actually believe what he says about himself. It's not uncommon for those with histrionic personality disorders to feel that their reputations are sterling while their actions run completely contradictory -- in their realities, feelings are equivalent to facts, and they can be highly sensitive to criticism, resorting to manipulative tactics such as lying and gaslighting to defend themselves. Best in many cases to simply cut-off and avoid these folks, as they create storms and chaos that never truly resolve to your satisfaction.

    That's a very well thought out opinion on this gentleman. And good advice !


    I would also add this quote..... "never argue with an idiot, they will bring you down to their level and beat you with experience every time".........because it seems to fit his character.

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    Yes,
    Corey got me too, a year or so ago, I think it was a book. F&F paypal.
    His mother's account, got closed, etc, etc, etc, and so on . Emails finally just stopped. I think maybe Corey is putting himself through college(or life) by scamming others.

    Bottom line is that F&F has no protection what so ever! Don't use it with a stranger to save 3%; don't use PPal for gun related stuff since if you get "caught" your money will be tied up for a long time.
    Didn't happen to me, but has for others I know.

    Someone said use USPS money orders, well that works great for the seller- but the buyer has no protection at all- other than legal recourse; at least with PPal/ebay you have big brother to help or not.

    I've often wondered why the buyer must always trust the seller- and the seller never has to trust the buyer??? Curious. I do wish "COD" were still an option!

    We all buy stuff, maybe even more than we sell- so the act of paying in advance is taking a chance every time you send a MO or Cashier's Check. JMHO.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Miller Tyme View Post
    Didnt get just erased, it as well as his IP, the 3rd one this past week, got "one touch banned" which blocks him from registering the same ip again. I saved his post, but after i deleted both yours and Pphillips private information off of it.

    If either of you would like it posted back up that is entirely up to you 2 gentlemen.
    It actually was an entertaining read (the grimer reaper) - he sounds honest, which I am afraid is not the same as being honest - not that I know him, but if he ripped off Don above, then he's on my bad guy list.
    I always heard that the Mail Service Investigators were very serious (they even told me that in class when I was a postal driver for a short while) and I never heard from them, although I sent them an entire packet - also sent a complete packet to the local prosecutor - heard nothing - I just hope that they kept a file and after a couple complaints, maybe they'll do something.

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    My 2 cents, been selling and buying online for years and have been burnt- thankfully only a few times. Doing the job I do which deals with the public a fair bit- the longer I'm on this earth, the more I just have to shake my head at people....morons. I've been looking around for a few months for a budgeted item of about $2k and you really have to be carefull and also saving a few percent on friends and family doesn't cut it. My opinion- yes getting your money back is a good thing- but its not enough, this guy needs a tune up- and he needs to take his spoils and just shut up.

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    True test of current government/law enforcement efficiency.

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    It may also be that the product he shipped via USPS may not be an allowed item, also it's a liquid. Yeah, I'd talk to the USPS about that.
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    Friends, I'm a deputy prosecutor in Arkansas. (35 years exierience in criminal law). FYI my state has only two, yes 2 postal inspectors and I suspect most small population states are the same. But most State Attorney General offices have a fraud division so I strongly suggest those who are victims report all this to their AG. It may take a while but that office has a lot more clout with a business like Paypal as far as getting the business to react or filing charges. Good luck in getting results.

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    I'm sure he's been scamming people for a long time. I've sent PayPal everything I have, still waiting on them to resolve the case. At least Panzer got his money, that's good.

    Quote Originally Posted by 03man View Post
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    Corey got me too, a year or so ago, I think it was a book. F&F paypal.
    His mother's account, got closed, etc, etc, etc, and so on . Emails finally just stopped. I think maybe Corey is putting himself through college(or life) by scamming others.<img src="https://forums.gunboards.com/images/smilies/frown.jpg" border="0" alt="" title="frown" class="inlineimg" />

    Bottom line is that F&F has no protection what so ever! Don't use it with a stranger to save 3%; don't use PPal for gun related stuff since if you get "caught" your money will be tied up for a long time.
    Didn't happen to me, but has for others I know.

    Someone said use USPS money orders, well that works great for the seller- but the buyer has no protection at all- other than legal recourse; at least with PPal/ebay you have big brother to help or not.

    I've often wondered why the buyer must always trust the seller- and the seller never has to trust the buyer??? Curious. I do wish "COD" were still an option!

    We all buy stuff, maybe even more than we sell- so the act of paying in advance is taking a chance every time you send a MO or Cashier's Check. JMHO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vintovka View Post
    Like in California, NY C&Rs are now really worth less than TP for all intents and purposes. The CA COE program is largely a revenue generation scam and just another reason most online sellers will NOT sell or ship to CA. CA buyers that bid on items that cannot be legally shipped/sold to CA get negative feedback and blocked from further bidding. Understand major ONline auctions are considering pre screening process's by which bidders and sellers will be automatically unable to trade in forbidden items. In addition my residual spies in CA Govt say investigation into way to physically monitor firearm shipments into CA are under way. Nice. This is where the states began defying the federal government. Meanwhile off book firearm and ammo sales are said to be at record highs ensuring Californians are well supplied and at least tax/record free. Cops says this makes both gangs and disgruntled residents very happy and provides income for the former and high prices for the latter.
    If you have a C&R (or a gunsmith FFL) or if you are non-licensed, you are exempt from that California paperwork BS and can send your firearm following ATF regs. The CA paperwork BS only applies to other FFLs sending firearms to CA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SfcRet View Post
    just a question, why did you guys him back money before you even receiving the products?

    retail companies never send out a refund before they get back the product, so they can check if it's what they sent and to inspect the item before issuing a refund

    if it was me, I would never send a penny to someone, not before I had a chance to inspect the item and verify for myself it was in the same condition as I sent it.
    Well when your dealing with ebay and PayPay it's not a "refund" in the normal retail business but blatant extortion of the seller. The ebay of today is nothing like it was, and it's subsidiary PayPal is the enforcer. ebay and PayPal have manipulated the process with your bank to control the transaction at the seller's complete disadvantage, thus giving fraudsters a path to robbery.

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    Well, if you’re using eBay to sell you’re unfortunately rolling the dice. Best way is to avoid ebay for expensive items. Sell on forums with clear terms. I prefer check or MO but if I don’t know the person and they insist on PayPal (red flag) I only accept gift, then they have no recourse to use PayPal as a vehicle to screw me.
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    Cory Calogero AKA the grim threeper, keeps sending me threatening emails at like 3am. So I decided to make some spicy memes. Hope you gentlemen enjoy.

    Also there hasn't been much activity lately, still waiting on PayPal.
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    +1
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    infamy via deceit

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    Hi gents. Hopefully this is the final update.

    I got my sling back from the scammer Cory Calogero about a week ago, I didn't say anything because I didn't want to tip my hand and give him anything he could use. Since I received my sling back I figured PayPal would refund his money, and they did today. I made the correct assumption that as soon as they did I would receive an email from that idiot to gloat, I was correct.
    Here it is...

    "Awww you lost your paypal case even though you tried to lie about not getting your sling back...
    guess its time to go cry like a little bitch on the gunboards forum again huh?? Gonna make some more spicy memes about it like a 12 year old?"

    Since I knew he would get his money back, I wanted to make sure it took as long as possible, and hopefully at least delay him from continuing his scam on another unsuspecting person.
    I could tell that not responding to any of his hatemail was triggering for him, and he very much disliked the memes. I know at least for the moment he feels like he 'won' by getting his money back.
    I knew he was reading the forum every day and probably stewed about it. I got to live rent-free inside his head, made him rage through emails, and held his money up for almost an entire month. In the end all he got was his own money back (probably another persons'), an absolutely destroyed reputation that he caused himself, and clowned on in a forum thread with over 7500 views. Not only did he ruin his reputation here, but other sites now know about his scheme, and people have told me they will be wary of him at gun shows in NY. I hope that someday he decides to be a decent person and not scam his way through life.

    What do you guys think I should do with the screw? Frame it?
    Also, here's another spicy meme...
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    I'm glad you were able to get your sling back. Cory Calogero has shot himself in the foot(sorta speak). I hope the board monitors for this guy so he will find somewhere else to pedal or sell himself.

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    Yes, he's done on Gunboards, but still runs a Gunbroker account, and I believe an Ebay account. Unfortunately I don't think he will stop, he's been doing this for too long to quit now.

    Quote Originally Posted by r.e.morris View Post
    I'm glad you were able to get your sling back. Cory Calogero has shot himself in the foot(sorta speak). I hope the board monitors for this guy so he will find somewhere else to pedal or sell himself.

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    Don't do paypal(even friends and family which CAN be reverse charged) unless with someone you know and trust.

    When it comes to returns, I make it clear to people that if it's a non firearm, it'll go to the post office box where I will open it at the front desk with security cameras(this prevents the switcheroo like the above have dealt with). If it's a firearm, I do that at my office while doing a video with my cell from the time I accept it from the delivery person, walk inside and opening it. This likewise prevents the old switcheroo.

    You cannot be too paranoid in this hobby when it comes to buying and selling.
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    all of this is easily discoverable by even the smallest LEA and for sure by the biggest. Of all the 3 letter biggies IRS could be the most interested.

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    Well I know the postal inspectors take mail fraud very seriously. In one of his emails he basically called me a liar and said that I never filed a complaint because his local postmaster couldn't find it. Lol, ok...like the local PM can see that lol. I know of at least two other guys that have also filed formal mail fraud complaints against him too.
    Also, this dumb dumb claims he called my local PD to file a complaint for harassment.....okay lol.
    Quote Originally Posted by vintovka View Post
    all of this is easily discoverable by even the smallest LEA and for sure by the biggest. Of all the 3 letter biggies IRS could be the most interested.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ncreptile View Post
    Don't do paypal(even friends and family which CAN be reverse charged) unless with someone you know and trust.

    When it comes to returns, I make it clear to people that if it's a non firearm, it'll go to the post office box where I will open it at the front desk with security cameras(this prevents the switcheroo like the above have dealt with). If it's a firearm, I do that at my office while doing a video with my cell from the time I accept it from the delivery person, walk inside and opening it. This likewise prevents the old switcheroo.

    You cannot be too paranoid in this hobby when it comes to buying and selling.

    I think it is a good idea to take photos. Another idea is to take a copy of a date stamp photo of what you are sending & pack it into the box that was sent out. This way the receiver will know that the idem was documented. It may not all the DB's, but it might make some rethink their actions.

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    UPDATE:

    Just got an email from Paypal tonight saying that Corey Callogero has opened a claim against me for the money HE refunded to me on April 22nd.

    This is what Corey wrote into the message box on Paypal April 22nd.



    Ive been sick and had my daughter "help" me with a few orders and returns. Somehow addressed got mixed up and items were sent to the wrong people. I have no idea where yours is now so Im refunding the amount I owe you.







    Waiting to hear from board member Pphillips to see if the same thing is happening to him.

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    I don't have anything new from the Grim Tard. I love that he's still butthurt over this whole ordeal, and still thinking about it. Thats the best part.
    He refunded you money for an item he admitted to losing, there's no hope for him to get any money from you.
    I kind of hope to get another stupid email from him, I miss laughing at those.

    Quote Originally Posted by panzerfaust44 View Post
    UPDATE:

    Just got an email from Paypal tonight saying that Corey Callogero has opened a claim against me for the money HE refunded to me on April 22nd.

    This is what Corey wrote into the message box on Paypal April 22nd.



    Ive been sick and had my daughter "help" me with a few orders and returns. Somehow addressed got mixed up and items were sent to the wrong people. I have no idea where yours is now so Im refunding the amount I owe you.







    Waiting to hear from board member Pphillips to see if the same thing is happening to him.

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    What a tool!
    Laugh hard and often.

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    Just another example of how far society has drifted off course. Folks think they are all politicians like Hilary. schiff and so on and can do or say anything they want without fear of repercussion or punishment. Dangerous thinking that needs to stop or be stopped abruptly.

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    Let us know what PP has to say.

    I would think they would tell him to pound sand but then you are dealing with PP.
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    Quote Originally Posted by curly1 View Post
    Let us know what PP has to say.

    I would think they would tell him to pound sand but then you are dealing with PP.
    This guy will be a constant threat to PP on several levels. If he succeeds others will try, Contacting PP might do wonders when they see the fraud aspect and value of making him an example.

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    Quote Originally Posted by curly1 View Post
    Let us know what PP has to say.

    I would think they would tell him to pound sand but then you are dealing with PP.
    This guy will be a constant threat to PP on several levels. If he succeeds others will try, Contacting PP might do wonders when they see the fraud aspect and value of making him an example.

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    What a piece of you know what. He scamming his way through life.
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    Good luck with PayPal. They canceled my account back in October for user agreement violation. They never told me what the violation was. The only thing I can think of is military collection that I was selling last year, a lot of guys pay through PayPal. So I figured they probably thought I was money laundering. Anyways when I got laid off in March because of the virus. I asked if I get my money out early. You have to wait 180 days then Paypal will contact you through email and how you want your money out of your account. They looked up my account told me and said I had to wait till April 16. My reply was I don't know how long I'm gonna be laid off because of this virus can I get my money sooner it's only 30 days. They said sorry no you have to wait 180 days. That was March 16. I called back again on April 19 a few days after so there would be no problem and there's nobody there. I called the 21st nothing. The 23rd. Nothing. I check a few days later and seen my money was transferred out. I never received any email and how I want my money. I checked my bank account and my credit cards nothing was there. So I looked at my balance and I had seen that PayPal transfer the money to Paypal for user violation agreement damages. There was nobody there at Paypal, even today, for me to be able to talk to to get my money back. They took over $1000 of my money that was in my account
    I filed several claims with Paypal but all I get is an automated response back. The problem I have is I don't know which Paypal to contact in which state? California or Kansas? So I can call the Attorney General up in those states and file a formal complaint with the state.DO NOT USE PAYPAL
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    ^ same thing happened to me. They froze my account for a claimed violation (I never violated their policies and they refused to tell me what the claimed violation was). Froze funds for the “waiting period” then at the end of the period stole the money as fees/damages or whatever BS they call it. Supposedly I’m banned for life but would never use them again anyway. Thieves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 03man View Post
    I think maybe Corey is putting himself through college(or life) by scamming others.
    If that is the case then he probably has a bright future ahead of him in politics or business in the great state of NY! Haha

    I feel for those who got screwed. I got screwed on Gunboards with Paypal F&F for ~$500 about 7 or 8 years ago. Lesson learned-I was young and dumb at the time.

    I hate Paypal. They froze my dad's paypal after he passed away in 2010. It had over 500 dollars in it that belonged to me. As the executor of the state I sent all required paperwork to get the funds and then they just ghosted me. Ridiculous and a totally sickening thing to do-especially as I was 19 at the time and did not have much at all in my first semester of college. **** paypal.

    Karma gets em all eventually.

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    Exactly. That's what I was trying to say but I'm still pissed off about it. They did the exact same thing to me. No mentioning of the violation and stole my money and said it was damages.
    If I ever run into John Donahoe or Daniel Shulman, I'm going to beat their fucking ass. So they better stay far away from Cleveland



    Quote Originally Posted by Kh195 View Post
    ^ same thing happened to me. They froze my account for a claimed violation (I never violated their policies and they refused to tell me what the claimed violation was). Froze funds for the “waiting period” then at the end of the period stole the money as fees/damages or whatever BS they call it. Supposedly I’m banned for life but would never use them again anyway. Thieves.
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    Gotta be somebody to contact re: fraud or theft. I'm sure they can't just legally take whatever amount you happen to have in your account and call it "damages" without either informing you or responding to your inquiry. Anyone ever sick a lawyer on them? I know they have hetels full of lawyers, but a properly worded letter should illicit some response! I never leave any balance in my account.....ef-em.
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    The problem is that Paypal is based in two states. Which one do you go after? I was going to notify the attorney general of that state but they are in two states. And I highly doubt the attorney general in either state cares. Since Paypal is probably one of the biggest employers in the state. One is in California and the other is in Nebraska
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    I use PayPal for ebay and gunbroker . Never had a problem . When I do , I call them, 888-221-1161. Usually get what ever straightened out.

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    According to Paypal................Corey Calogero has now changed his email address again. It was formerly .....Arisakadogs....com.


    Now he has a new store front name too !

    Buyer information
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    Do you know what his ebay ID is? I'm sure he's on other places like etsy and Amazon as well.

    What did you hear from PayPal? Anything new?

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    Need to sic these scambaiters on him!

    http://postarchives.entensity.net/040105/scam.htm

    Even bank checks aren't without their own problems. I had a guy in Jackson Heights, NY try to scam me on a sword. It was the "I'll send you a check for over the amount, and you pay the collector the extra" scam. The check looked legit, the bank it said it was from was a real bank. But the check was a forgery. Fortunately, I checked it out with my bank first. The scam is that banks will hold a check for 3 days, then release the money to you. "Collector" never shows up, and scammer asks for the item and the "extra" cash to be mailed to him. THREE WEEKS LATER, when the other bank clears all the checks from your bank, they see it's fraudulent and refuses to transfer funds to your bank, who then comes back to you and want their money back!

    So, it really takes a few weeks for a check to ACTUALLY clear both banks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pphillips View Post
    Do you know what his ebay ID is? I'm sure he's on other places like etsy and Amazon as well.

    What did you hear from PayPal? Anything new?
    Haven't heard anything from Paypal. It has been several weeks since they first notified me. They're supposed to be getting back with me.

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