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Author Topic: The Real Bob Roberts  (Read 2264 times)

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The Real Bob Roberts
« on: December 09, 2011, 04:13:28 pm »
Thought I'd send a nice review Bob's way since my order with him was pretty small, but I was treated like a great customer! :) All I ordered was a couple coin switches. He's got quite a bit of stuff, but the coin switches were all I needed from him at the moment. The cheapest I could find these elsewhere was about $35 shipped to Canada - ugh! I got them from Bob for $15 shipped, much more reasonable. I sent cash (not worth paying $5 for a money order on such a small amount IMO) since Bob does not do paypal or credit cards. He actually shipped a day after I sent the money, trusting that I would get the money to him. He received the cash a couple days ago, I got my switches today, and I must say they were extremely well packed.

I highly recommend checking his site out next time you go to order arcade stuff!


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Re: The Real Bob Roberts
« Reply #1 on: December 09, 2011, 04:23:05 pm »
I will second all you have said about Bob and his service. Top notch guy. Always cross ships my stuff too. Great contributor to our community.  :cheers:
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