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Guess I'll be picking up an external hard drive. That's approximately 38,000 pictures to save for proof of condition.
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Guess I'll be picking up an external hard drive. That's approximately 38,000 pictures to save for proof of condition.


OK, so proof of condition is a thing right? For example, to my question above where I have pictures of the pockets in good condition, when the buyer leaves me negative for the outside of the pockets being in bad condition?

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What I was saying before is doesn't eBay only save the last 3 months of your sales history? So a buyer could wait 4-5 months and open a PayPal case citing item not as described when in reality they accidently poured wine on the suit you sold them?

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OK, so proof of condition is a thing right? For example, to my question above where I have pictures of the pockets in good condition, when the buyer leaves me negative for the outside of the pockets being in bad condition?

If you can prove it and convince ebay/paypal. Not always easy...just ask eazye. Banned for life over some false SNAD case.
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Guess I'll be picking up an external hard drive. That's approximately 38,000 pictures to save for proof of condition.

That was a MAJOR issue I was reading about today..... 180 days,.... USPS does not keep tracking that long, ebay does not keep auctions up that long. :confused:

 

You might be able to also upload to something like photobucket, etc. That's what I currently use, or just buy a cheap hosting service. http://whdb.com/plans/cheapest/unlimited-storage

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What I was saying before is doesn't eBay only save the last 3 months of your sales history? So a buyer could wait 4-5 months and open a PayPal case citing item not as described when in reality they accidently poured wine on the suit you sold them?

In that case the buyer wouldn't have proof of what was described either.

You could print the listing to PDF and save it.
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$82.50 lol8[1].gif

 

 

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This is complete bullshit. Has Burke become dumb as fuck or what? I'm laughing just to think about a eBay rep deciding for a case : "sorry sir, the item size tag was in photo 3 and it should have been at least in photo 2. Fuck you, good bye, and thanks for choosing eBay" o_O

 

I'll double that offer.  :lol:  Also, I noticed the size tag was not the second picture shown, playing with fire...

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On a side note, no worries with tracking showing items delivered.. I thought it was only for 90 days but nope.

 

The records of mail classes and services are stored in the system for different time periods:

  • USPS Tracking service – up to six (6) months
  • Signature Confirmation service – up to one (1) year
  • Priority Mail Express™ service, Certified Mail™ service, Registered Mail™ service, and Numbered International Mail services – up to two (2) years
  • Adult Signature Required / Adult Signature Restricted Delivery Mail – update to three (3) years

Archived tracking information can be requested multiple times within the above applicable timeframes.

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