Anveo issues - not good choice for set and forget

Started by wadewood, May 13, 2014, 09:25:07 AM

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JH2011

Quote from: MikePA on May 26, 2014, 05:06:51 AM
Quote from: JH2011 on May 26, 2014, 03:51:20 AM

Nobody "violated" anything except Anveo in taking money and not providing service or support.

Anveo's "terms" are absolute garbage... like their service.


With arrogance and the inability to understand English any action can be rationalized.

Name calling will be next.

>>> With arrogance and the inability to understand English any action can be rationalized.

Paypal's terms override Anveo's terms. Do you understand that?

Anveo's terms are the perfect picture of "arrogance".


MikePA

Quote from: JH2011 on May 26, 2014, 05:20:51 AM
Quote from: MikePA on May 26, 2014, 05:06:51 AM
Quote from: JH2011 on May 26, 2014, 03:51:20 AM

Nobody "violated" anything except Anveo in taking money and not providing service or support.

Anveo's "terms" are absolute garbage... like their service.


With arrogance and the inability to understand English any action can be rationalized.

Name calling will be next.

>>> With arrogance and the inability to understand English any action can be rationalized.

Paypal's terms override Anveo's terms. Do you understand that?

Anveo's terms are the perfect picture of "arrogance".



If you don't like Anveo's Terms of Service, don't sign up with them. Simple concept.

If you sign a contract, live up to the terms. Simple concept.

It's called honesty and honor.

MikePA

Quote from: Harley on May 26, 2014, 06:28:01 AM
A simple concept called honesty and honor doesn't apply when your getting screwed especially when the onus should be on the service provider.

Then you don't have either because, by your own words, you will sink to the level of whomever you're dealing with.


JH2011

>>> If you don't like Anveo's Terms of Service, don't sign up with them. Simple concept.

>>> If you sign a contract, live up to the terms. Simple concept.


You talk about "inability to understand English" but do you really understand English yourself?

Anveo agree to be bound by Paypal's terms - not the other way around.

Paypal offers protection against non-performing merchants like Anveo.

Anveo have demonstrated that they have no clue about honesty.

There's nothing dishonest about seeking Paypal's protection.