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The all black color was under 500 so I splurged for a red camera! Guess the price is too good to be true but will see.
post #13967 of 15372
Even better deal with a lense included...

http://www.ajrichie.com/Nikon-D5300-with-18-55-VR-II-Lens-Kit-Red/p-7998
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Even better deal with a lense included...

http://www.ajrichie.com/Nikon-D5300-with-18-55-VR-II-Lens-Kit-Red/p-7998

Hmmmm, after reading all of the 1 star reviews of this store on Yelp I think I will pass.

 

Also read this

 

http://photographylife.com/ajrichard-beware-buying-camera-from-unauthorized-sellers

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Looking bad.....
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Originally Posted by richnet12 View Post

Even better deal with a lense included...

http://www.ajrichie.com/Nikon-D5300-with-18-55-VR-II-Lens-Kit-Red/p-7998

 

 

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What exactly is the cutoff for leaving negative feedback? Is it 45 days or 60? If it's 45, I'd stall him for a few days until the cutoff passes. If he's threaten you with negative, report him to Ebay, and you shouldn't have to worry about it.

Well, its been 41 days, but I think you can leave feedback up to 90 days...He hasn't threatened me with "negative feedback" but says "am now prompted to give you feedback...but feel bad about this"  is that a threat I can use against him?  

post #13971 of 15372
If you buy online, make sure it has a USA warranty (if you live in the USA). If it doesn't Nikon USA will NOT honor the warranty. As a matter of fact, they won't even repair it for a fee! If it says international warranty, that is not a USA warranty. Also check resellerratings.com if you have concerns about the seller
post #13972 of 15372

Holy cow...just got back from a cookout and Braves game with family, who asked if I might help unload some stuff for them on eBay.  First thing was a bag of 90% silver Mercury dimes with $500 face value (5,000 dimes) - bag weighed like 20 pounds.  Unsearched, so might be some good ones in there.  Next was several rolls of silver dollars, appeared to be mint uncirculated.  Several ounce bars and one 10-oz bar.  Several bags of circulated loose silver coins.  Several US mint commemorative silver sets.  Was told about, but did not see, gold & platinum coins & bullion as well.  As much fun as it would have been to have 1-cent auctions on all that stuff, told them to shop it around at coin stores - no reason to pay the 13% or whatever in eBay and PayPal fees, plus shipping, insurance etc...or better yet, hang onto it - no financial emergency is forcing the sale.  Was cool to look at and play with though!  But now I'm thinking about making a market rate offer on the bag o' dimes, hoping to find a few that would pay for the entire lot...

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It's around $400. I just want to

Thanks for the input guys. It's a $400 item so I'd like to cover my ass as much as possible. By insured and tracked, is USPS express worth it or do you go with another carrier?

In which case, I would send it Express.

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I thinking of writing back with something like:

I'm really sorry the shoes you purchased do not fit your foot. It sounds like you are an 11uk in sizing, which you brought to my attention. I am confused as to why you purchased shoes listed as UK 12. Especially since you are a UK11! The shoe size was in the listing multiple times throughout, even the measurements were given to help you make a sound decision. And on top of all that, I always urge buyers to send a message with any questions they may have prior to purchase. I would have thought you being a UK11 and contemplating a UK12 is something that warrants a question, but instead looks like you were very confident in purchasing shoes that are not your size. It has now been over 7 weeks since purchase, why now are we talking about the shoes not fitting, and you not purchasing the correct size? What are you looking for to solve your problem?

Will this hurt me more then help me?

 

I think your pic's will save the day, however something isn't quite right with the measurements. the inside dimension is dead on for a US12. 

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Originally Posted by Ironist View Post

It's around $400. I just want to

Thanks for the input guys. It's a $400 item so I'd like to cover my ass as much as possible. By insured and tracked, is USPS express worth it or do you go with another carrier?

In which case, I would send it Express.

Yea no question. Send Express with full insurance.

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Yea no question. Send Express with full insurance.
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In which case, I would send it Express.

Thanks guys, will do.
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How to deal with this issue...Sold things that ended last sunday, buyers took a day or two to pay, 2 returns initiated Friday, neither shows as shipping yet....

 

I leave on vacation on Saturday for a week, and I usually have the post office hold my mail for the week, am I ok not to initiate a refund if they are not here this week and wait until I'm back another week and get all my mail?

post #13978 of 15372

You should be fine.  Are you using the "hassle free return" system through eBay?  If so, eBay usually gives you up to 7 days from when the item shows return delivered, for you to make the refund.  If the packages are shown "delivered" the Monday after you leave, you should (call eBay, double check) have till the following Monday to initial the return.  And any day after that works in your favor as it will extend the refund deadline.

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Posting up the "tombstone" for my recently deceased D40… 265,000 shots, I think she had a good life. frown.gif

Check yours at www.myshuttercount.com - thanks to Wes for the tip.

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Very Respectable!

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