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post #9931 of 12596

Saint Crispins  Tassels US 10 BIN US $525.00

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Saint-Crispins-mens-w-Tassels-/170956323712?pt=US_Men_s_Shoes&hash=item27cdca7b80

 

Saint Crispins Monks US 8.5 BIN US $525.00

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Saint-Crispins-Monk-mens-/170956322821?pt=US_Men_s_Shoes&hash=item27cdca7805
 

post #9932 of 12596
I have no problem with him doing that, but i was pointing out we have lurkers like him, and thats a problem, hell im a flipper too (mostly B&M) but if it was posted here or a fellow forumites been eyeing it, hands off.
And this is why i really dislike the guy and will never buy anything from him.
Positive feedback rating Authentic. Unfortunately they were not NWT and label was hanging by one thread Buyer:
Member id wowniceshirt ( Feedback Score Of 24551Yellow shooting star icon for feedback score in between 10,000 to 24,999)
Nov-14-11 14:55
NWT TOM FORD corduroy light tan pants sz. 46/30 (#290627002519) US $36.00
LOOK at the freaking price he paid for new tom ford pants and hes the audacity to write that (btw photos clearly showed it was a c21 special foo.gif also had c21 tag)
post #9933 of 12596
A seller of that magnitude probably has hundreds of daily ebay email searches coming in, let alone a full time employee looking for bargains to be resold. He might lurk here (though I guess he/she would be looking for brand information/MSRP/quality/sellability), sure, but he most likely found it through other means.
post #9934 of 12596
I've had a few dealings with the seller shoes of distinction. He's bought a few pair of shoes from me for prices that I thought were more than the shoes were worth (based on my extensive eBay experience). He then doubled the price, but they are still unsold 2 months later.
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post #9936 of 12596
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Originally Posted by rebel222 View Post

I've had a few dealings with the seller shoes of distinction. He's bought a few pair of shoes from me for prices that I thought were more than the shoes were worth (based on my extensive eBay experience). He then doubled the price, but they are still unsold 2 months later.

 

He's based around ten miles from me, not that it's relevant. Must have more storage space than you can shake a shitty stick at. I've been told that it's a sideline for him (!) and, if that's indeed the case, there's possibly no imperative to shift stock at speed.

post #9937 of 12596
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Originally Posted by UncleCozy View Post

A seller of that magnitude probably has hundreds of daily ebay email searches coming in, let alone a full time employee looking for bargains to be resold. He might lurk here (though I guess he/she would be looking for brand information/MSRP/quality/sellability), sure, but he most likely found it through other means.

Just to show there's another side of the coin - I've sold items to Daniel (wowniceshirt) on a number of occasions - he's always given me a price I thought was fair. He's also a thoroughly nice guy - when he heard I was on holiday he sent me money for a round of drinks.
post #9938 of 12596
I'm always shocked by what ShoesofDistinction is asking for his stuff, but if he gets it... bully for him, I suppose.
post #9939 of 12596
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Originally Posted by YoungAmerican View Post

I'm always shocked by what ShoesofDistinction is asking for his stuff, but if he gets it... bully for him, I suppose.

I don't have a problem with his pricing strategy. It's baffling, but he can ask whatever he wants. However, he does egregiously misstate the manufacturer often. He seems to default to Edward Green, when a pair of shoes is made by a maker on the level of Alfred Sargent. Also, he doesn't respond to messages, regardless of whether its an inquiry to purchase or a note about the correct manufacturer. At those prices, you should get better service than ignoring people.
post #9940 of 12596
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post

I dont think so, but he won a jacket from me, then re listed it 2 days later with his own pics, but had the LuxeSwap tag dangling in full view. I can only thank him for the PR. lol
did he sell for more?
post #9941 of 12596
Since we're on about wowniceshirt, he is a member here and has PM'd some of the thrift thread regulars pretending to be buddy-buddy to get them to sell at cost or slightly above cost. It's perfectly fine for him to take advantage of auctions going for a bargain (he has on some of mine), but to do what I just said is mega-douche.
post #9942 of 12596
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Originally Posted by jrd617 View Post

Brilliant flip right here if he can get $995. I wonder how much it will go for.
Get your predictions in. I say $199 tops
Rubinacci pents:
http://www.ebay.com/itm/251182120400
VS.
http://www.ebay.com/itm/RUBINACCI-Napoli-Charcoal-Pinstripe-Button-Fly-Super-250s-Wool-Pants-40-x-28-/150956873583?pt=US_CSA_MC_Pants&hash=item2325bb176f
Great flip. Awesome pents.
post #9943 of 12596
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Originally Posted by rebel222 View Post

I've had a few dealings with the seller shoes of distinction. He's bought a few pair of shoes from me for prices that I thought were more than the shoes were worth (based on my extensive eBay experience). He then doubled the price, but they are still unsold 2 months later.
do you mean "distinctive"?
post #9944 of 12596
No, there is a guy called shoes of distinction on eBay, not to be confused with a fellow member here (distinctive shoe?)

http://www.ebay.com/sch/shoes_of_distinction/m.html
post #9945 of 12596
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Originally Posted by ThinkDerm View Post

do you mean "distinctive"?

Distinctive will be furious.
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