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  • I was the seller. 3 HDD's, CPU i7-7740X, Enermax CPU cooler.

    nanoscale was the Buyer on January 21, 2020 AnandTech

    Communication back from him was slow as well as payment. We agreed that I would ship first and when I sent him the tracking number he would mail me a check. I sent him the tracking number on Jan 21 at 3:30, I received a money order yesterday Jan 29.

    January 30, 2020

  • I bought a $40 hard drive.

    nanoscale was the Seller on November 8, 2013 HardForum

    I PM'd this trader an offer for a hard drive on 11/5 which he declined. He PM'd me on 11/9 accepting my original offer. I sent payment on 11/9. He PM'd me with tracking info on 11/14. When the USPS hadn't updated by 11/16, I asked if he had actually shipped it. "I shipped it as media mail to save shipping cost since I sold it dirt cheap, so it will take longer and the tracking number is not reliable such as Priority or Express service. Please be patient."

    In other words, this cheap chump would rather make you wait weeks for your stuff to arrive than spend a few bucks on appropriate shipping methods. Hopefully the USPS pursues him for violating their media mail regulations.


    Response from nanoscale
    That was USPS fault not me as I shipped hdd same day you had paid for it, and tracking number showed that it was delivered within 7 days.

    November 16, 2013

  • I bought a used, lapped e5200.

    nanoscale was the Seller on June 21, 2010 HardForum

    Shipping was prompt. The item was wrapped in an adequate amount of bubble wrap. I can't leave positive feedback because the processor still had thermal paste on it including on the contact side! I cleaned it very thoroughly with arctic two-part solution; luckily it worked. It was also shipped in a bag that accumulated static charge when I touched it. Everything worked and I would buy from nanoscale again, but next time I will demand pictures and not assume that everyone will take the same care that I would.

    July 7, 2010

  • I purchased a used Razer Imperator mouse from nanoscale on Techpowerup.

    nanoscale was the Seller on July 17, 2011 techPowerUp!

    I placed a "Want to Buy" ad on Techpowerup on Sunday, July 17th. I stated in my ad that my Logitech G5 mouse was having issues (second time I've had the same problem with a G5 mouse) and that I was looking for a Razer Imperator mouse as a replacement which I needed ASAP. If no one had one, I said in the ad, I would just buy one new from an online retailer the next day.

    Nanoscale contacted me via PM and offered me a great deal on a Razer Imperator - $45 shipped. I thanked him and asked him for his PayPal address. He responded with his PayPal address as well as a link to a cached ad from another forum that had pictures of the mouse along with some other items he was selling. I sent the payment right away but didn't hear anything back from him for a day. I saw that he was online frequently and browsing the forums so I sent him a PM at around 4:00PM the next day (Tuesday) asking if he had a tracking number for the mouse. He didn't respond.

    I watched as he continued to browse the forums some more that evening and the next morning. I sent him another PM on Wednesday morning and told him that I would leave him bad heatware feedback and file a PayPal dispute if he didn't actually respond. That seemed to get his attention. I thought it was pretty rude that he didn't acknowledge my payment or give me any update on the status of the mouse (which again, I said in my ad that I needed ASAP or I would just buy one online) and I told him all of this. He responded that he had mid-term exams and a new-born baby at home so that's why he hadn't answered my PMs, acknowledged the payment or given me any tracking information.

    That seemed to be a legitimate enough excuse for me but I asked him anyway why he hadn't gotten back to me yet I had seen him frequently browsing the forums. He responded that he had "gotten a new phone and was merely connecting to the forums to test his internet connection speed on it". He also said that his phone's screen "was too small to read any PMs". Obviously, this was BS. He only had a phone to check the forums? He wasn't actually browsing them, he was testing his connection speed? What kind of new smart phone doesn't have a zoom feature anyway?

    He updated PayPal with a tracking number on Wednesday from a shipping label which he printed out online. He told me that the mouse was shipped. The tracking info obviously never updated.

    On Thursday I sent him another angry PM and he cancelled the shipping label in PayPal and updated it with a new one. That night he finally shipped the mouse out.

    What really bothered me was how this guy ignored my PMs and kept browsing the forum until I had to threaten him with a PayPal dispute or a negative heatware rating. He obviously lied to me and he didn't ship the item out until Thursday night when I clearly stated in my ad that I needed the item shipped out on Monday. He also insinuated in a PM to me that the $45 I paid him for the mouse was hardly worth his time. Why would he even offer to sell the mouse for $45 if he felt that way about it?

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    In his defense he gave me a great deal on the mouse and included the retail packaging as well. It was packed well and the mouse is in excellent condition, hence the neutral feedback instead of negative.

    In the future I would appreciate it if people didn't do business like this. If he couldn't ship the mouse out on Monday he shouldn't have responded to my ad and I certainly don't appreciate his lame BS. I would not recommend him to other buyers for this reason.

    July 23, 2011

  • sold him 4gb of ddr2

    nanoscale was the Buyer on April 30, 2013 HardForum

    great guy, fast payment another easy transaction
    would love to do business with again

    May 11, 2013

  • Sold him (~50) new/unused black HP optical mice

    nanoscale was the Buyer on August 18, 2017 HardForum

    Paid for the mice upon closing the deal, I shipped shortly afterwards and packed into one large USPS flat rate box.

    A+ trader here folks

    September 13, 2017

  • Sold processor.

    nanoscale was the Seller on September 20, 2015 Reddit

    Awesome guy to deal with. Good, prompt communication. Helpful for info and suggestions for a rookie redditor. Sign,Seal,Delivery. Would absolutely do business again.

    September 25, 2015

  • I sold nanoscale my msi socket 775 motherboard.

    nanoscale was the Buyer on February 16, 2012 AnandTech

    Communication was good and payment was made very quickly. Made the transaction easy.

    May 7, 2012

  • Sold him an i7 3930k/mobo/RAM

    nanoscale was the Buyer on July 1, 2018 ArsTechnica

    Good communication, quick payment, easy deal, the norm with this buyer.

    December 19, 2018

  • Sold him (2) i7 4770 CPU

    nanoscale was the Buyer on July 20, 2016 HardForum

    Good time dealing with him, prompt payment, no problems, fast communication

    October 6, 2016

  • Sold a software key

    nanoscale was the Buyer on December 1, 2017 HardForum

    All was good in the hood when this toung man crept up on me and bought some of that good good craaaac... key.... software key, of course. Thanks for hitting me up... good looking out, homie!

    January 21, 2018

  • I bought a cpu and ram. They were shipped in a timely manner, and worked as advertised.

    nanoscale was the Seller on May 30, 2015 AnandTech

    Good transaction, happy to get what I needed for a fair price.

    September 2, 2015

  • Bought 4x2gb Ballistix DDR2 Ram

    nanoscale was the Seller on June 9, 2010 HardForum

    Fairly fast shipping, no issues. Communication was there and received exactly what was described.

    June 24, 2010

  • Sold Q6600, gigabyte motherboard, 8gb cosair ram

    nanoscale was the Buyer on June 8, 2010 HardForum

    Good communication and once a price was set payment was fast. Recommend highly. Will do business again.

    June 27, 2010

  • Sold nano a i7-860

    nanoscale was the Buyer on August 9, 2012 HardForum

    No issues. Quick to pay and responded to PMs. Thanks

    August 27, 2012

  • Purchased 2x Noctua fans

    nanoscale was the Seller on February 26, 2016 /r/hardwareswap

    Item arrived quickly and was shipped promptly after shipping. Securely packaged. Excellent transaction.

    March 7, 2016

  • Sold Nanoscale a Gigabyte GTX 460, Rampage Formula, and 8Gb ddr2.

    nanoscale was the Buyer on July 22, 2011 techPowerUp!

    Good buyer, fast payment, good communications, would do business again... recommended.

    August 27, 2011

  • Sold him a Phenom 2 X4 820 and 830 cpu.

    nanoscale was the Buyer on October 31, 2011 AnandTech

    Great communication and paid very quickly. Great buyer would do business again.

    December 21, 2011

  • Sold him a Quadro M6000 12gb card

    nanoscale was the Buyer on April 2, 2018 HardForum

    He quickly pays for the items , stays in contact and Ive never had any issues in all my deals with him.

    Thumbs up from me !

    April 12, 2018

  • Sold a 3070 Ti

    nanoscale was the Buyer on February 1, 2023 ArsTechnica

    Good communication, quick payment. Have done many trades with him, zero problems.

    April 4, 2023

  • Sold nanoscale a Maximus Formula motherboard

    nanoscale was the Buyer on October 25, 2011 AnandTech

    Paid promptly. Would do business again without hesitation. Thanks very much!

    December 24, 2011

  • I traded nanoscale a Geforce GTX 650 Ti for a 120 GB Samsung 840 EVO.

    Cross-traded on April 1, 2016 ArsTechnica

    The communication was relatively prompt, the package was secured fine, and the item was as expected and worked fine. I would not hesitate to deal with nanoscale again in the future.

    April 11, 2016

  • 12GB DDR3 set

    nanoscale was the Buyer on January 2, 2012 HardForum

    Excellent buyer. Paid quickly and maintained great communication. Wouldn't hesitate to do business with again. Thanks!

    January 12, 2012

  • Sold a LGA 775 bundle to him.

    nanoscale was the Buyer on June 11, 2012 HardForum

    Fast payment and great buyer. I would not hesitate to do business again with him.

    September 19, 2012

  • Sold Core i7 950

    nanoscale was the Buyer on October 31, 2012 HardForum

    Sold him a Core i7 950. Sale went through as planned. Quick payment. No problems.

    September 19, 2013