I sold this guy a Windows 7 laptop last week. Everything was fine, he gave me the cash. He looked over it for a good 20 minutes, checked it, said ok. Signed a bill of sale explicitly saying "as-is." I get an email the next day saying that the hard drive is smaller than it should be. This is ridiculous because he checked it and the correct one was in there when he purchased it. I ignored it. Next day, he says that the windows 7 install on the computer is saying that it isn't genuine. Also ridiculous because I activated it using the sticker on the bottom. And it was perfect when I gave it to them. A simple google search revealed its a common issue when you install anti-virus etc. Tons of ways to fix this. Then I get an email saying that "I have to meet him or he will find me to get this settled" Sounds like a bunch of crap. I'm not here to fix stuff he screwed up or give him a refund on something he switched out (hard drive) Do I tell him to **** off?