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Old November 22nd, 2013, 07:35   #31
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Brian is great .... I picked up my order here in Ottawa - he has an arrangement with autocamping I think - perfect !!. Communication is always top notch ....
Did you pay for shipping? I live in Ottawa and am looking at putting a largish order through with him.
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Old November 22nd, 2013, 08:17   #32
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Great guy, great prices.
Now if he'd only take the usual forms of payment; at least PayPal.
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Old November 22nd, 2013, 08:21   #33
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Now if he'd only take the usual forms of payment; at least PayPal.
Paypal takes too much. Interact money transfer is a great way to do it, always pay that way if possible and only costs $1 these days. Payal is much higher.
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Old November 22nd, 2013, 08:27   #34
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Interact money transfer is a great way to do it, always pay that way if possible and only costs $1 these days.
Can that be done on-line?

And I take it it is "another" thing I have to register for, or?

Costs who $1?
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Old November 22nd, 2013, 08:27   #35
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Brian is great. You know you're in safe hands when dealing with someone with a moustache like his

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Old November 22nd, 2013, 08:33   #36
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Can that be done on-line?

And I take it it is "another" thing I have to register for, or?

Costs who $1?
You should just be able to log into your online banking and navigate to the Interac EMT option. Once there, you enter in their email, the amount, a password to claim the money, and click send. They then get an email with a link to deposit the money by logging into their online banking. Basically all the major banks in Canada offer this service. The fee is paid by the sender. I know with PC its $1.50.

The only problem with it (besides the sender paying the fee) is that there is no buyer protection. If the person you sent the money to doesnt want to give you a refund or doesn't send you any products, there is no recourse through the bank to get it back. When dealing with someone reputable, this isn't really a big deal though.
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Old November 22nd, 2013, 08:38   #37
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Can that be done on-line?

And I take it it is "another" thing I have to register for, or?

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you do it through online banking, simply select 'internet email transfer' when doing the pay bill thing and it takes you to the wizard. It costs the sender $1/2. Beats having the realter jack up the price $5 on every part to cover his paypal fees.
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Old November 22nd, 2013, 09:21   #38
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Just received my first order from Brian at Roseland.

Great comms / fast shipping. Repeat customer fo sho...
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Old November 22nd, 2013, 11:36   #39
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use him often....amazing guy.....very on top of his game
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Old November 22nd, 2013, 22:29   #40
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You should just be able to log into your online banking and navigate to the Interac EMT option. Once there, you enter in their email, the amount, a password to claim the money, and click send. They then get an email with a link to deposit the money by logging into their online banking. Basically all the major banks in Canada offer this service. The fee is paid by the sender. I know with PC its $1.50.
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you do it through online banking, simply select 'internet email transfer' when doing the pay bill thing and it takes you to the wizard. It costs the sender $1/2. Beats having the realter jack up the price $5 on every part to cover his paypal fees.
Got it. I pay my utility bills on-line but never bothered to check on this feature or knew that it existed.

Thanks!
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You bet. Anything Autopartsway can get, Brian in Roseland can get and he will match their pricing. Easy to deal with and responds if you have a problem. He has my business.

http://www3.ns.sympatico.ca/roseland/VWPartsA4.htm

Is Brian still in business?
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Is Brian still in business?

yes http://legacy.roselandtech.ca/
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I tried Brian at Roseland after bumping into international courier charges for stuff from Kerma in the Excited States. I've recommended him to a friend who's also had a great experience. Updated website in the last month or so.
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Updated website in the last month or so.

https://roselandtech.ca/
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Thanks for the updates info. Got the parts from him and they worked without any drama.
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