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I just have to pronounce from the rooftops my pleasure at dealing with Stefan, aka Seikochrono here on the SCWF and goes by the moniker "Schillachi61" on the 'bay.

I just made a purchase and asked for him to go above and beyond the call of duty. He did so without so much as a whimper.

It is this level of superior customer service that will continue to get my business (and money!) without hesitation.

If you're looking for parts (and really, who among us isn't?) then you NEED to search Stefan out on the 'bay and peruse his offerings.

Go, now!

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Has Stefan (SeikoChrono) been banned? What did I miss?
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Person like him make all the difference !!
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Stefan has been a godsend. He's supplied me with parts I'd given up on ever finding. He's a top notch seller and nice guy with it!
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I found him on the bay, didn't realize he was on here. But again I can add that he's a top bloke. Sorted out the parts and sent them straight away. Very helpful.

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Stefan is an absolute top guy.
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I emailed him not knowing him, he replied back, offered his services, I'm satisfied to know he is Honest of himself and Trust Worthy this Forum. Thank you Sir for who you are.
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Stefan is an absolute top guy.
Ill second that, and also add, so are all the other SCWF members that ive had dealings with.
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Stefan is great to deal with.....always a smooth transaction.
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I also agree. Stefan is the best.
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Only just been able to get back on, glitches ugh, Anyway Dan very kind of you & all others thanks very much & as always here to help if I can Cheers Stefan
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I just have to pronounce from the rooftops my pleasure at dealing with Stefan, aka Seikochrono here on the SCWF and goes by the moniker "Schillachi61" on the 'bay.

I just made a purchase and asked for him to go above and beyond the call of duty. He did so without so much as a whimper.

It is this level of superior customer service that will continue to get my business (and money!) without hesitation.

If you're looking for parts (and really, who among us isn't?) then you NEED to search Stefan out on the 'bay and peruse his offerings.

Go, now!

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Thanks mate for all you've done for me, I'm just a noobe and lurker and he help me without comment
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Me too, for the Seiko WIS Stefan is like your right arm and super efficient to boot.
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Same here, He made a boo boo on the forum and bravely did a public apology.
He has helped me with parts and gifts a number of times now.
Both Saturday & Sunday this weekend we did business and as it was the weekend he could have made it wait until today but no, he was straight on it.
This is the guy that let me buy a 2nd NOS Pogue inner ring from his own stash after I'd bought the last one in stock.

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Me too, for the Seiko WIS Stefan is like your right arm and super efficient to boot.
Yup i now think of "right arm" when i think of him
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Stefan is great to deal with

He has however made the word NOS so commonplace as to render it useless in searches

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Yup i now think of "right arm" when i think of him
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So it does seem he was banned from the words under his name and the removal of Vendor Status. I had sent him a PM (or so I thought) and he never answered, know I can surmise why.

He is the man with the goods. 'Right arm' becomes a double-play on words - as in 'that part will cost you your right arm and leg' if you have to obtain his incredible parts stock on eBay. Stefan was the first one to publicly rail against the usury fees charged by eBay/PayPal. Over there he has to price them high enough to cover eBay listing fees, sold auction fees on goods AND shipment, and then PayPal fees to boot. Here on SCWF TP he always gave members a square deal and I never had any complaints.
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So it does seem he was banned from the words under his name and the removal of Vendor Status. I had sent him a PM (or so I thought) and he never answered, know I can surmise why.

He is the man with the goods. 'Right arm' becomes a double-play on words - as in 'that part will cost you your right arm and leg' if you have to obtain his incredible parts stock on eBay. Stefan was the first one to publicly rail against the usury fees charged by eBay/PayPal. Over there he has to price them high enough to cover eBay listing fees, sold auction fees on goods AND shipment, and then PayPal fees to boot. Here on SCWF TP he always gave members a square deal and I never had any complaints.
A good point, he himself did better deals for forum members to save everyone a little over the ebay markup.
So unless members are on e-mail terms with him the forum has lost out.
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A lot has transpired behind the scenes with Stefan.
He unfortunately chose to let his temper get the better of his judgement, after his apology and after Tom's reply. I guess he didn't like the reply that Tom gave.
I will try to get in contact with him as there is a very serious accusation involving providing physical addresses as well as telephone numbers of mods and then calls being made with filthy things being said....
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Come on Duncan..use your imagination
I'd rather not Mike!
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A lot has transpired behind the scenes with Stefan.
He unfortunately chose to let his temper get the better of his judgement, after his apology and after Tom's reply. I guess he didn't like the reply that Tom gave.
I will try to get in contact with him as there is a very serious accusation involving providing physical addresses as well as telephone numbers of mods and then calls being made with filthy things being said....

Is that wise to share that sort of private stuff on a public forum?
I thought the advice from mods was usually to keep that sort of thing private.....At least that's usually the excuse they give when a thread gets closed.
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Is that wise to share that sort of private stuff on a public forum?
I thought the advice from mods was usually to keep that sort of thing private.....At least that's usually the excuse they give when a thread gets closed.
It is absolutely wrong to share home addresses, phone numbers, and private information like that in this forum. It brings about an immediate ban until the facts are sorted out.
Work has kept me out of the loop recently, but please keep in mind that fairness is the important factor here. This will get sorted out and we'll all move forward.
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