I bought an RLPL silk knit tie on Ebay that was advertised as black. Picked it up from the Post Office and it's navy.
I'm willing to keep the tie, as I don't have one in navy, but black was the preference as a staple addition.
For context, the only suit I own (and really need, at this stage) is navy.
I'm thinking I will just keep the tie, rather than go through hassle of returns, but wondering what to do about feedback. Is feedback a huge deal to sellers? I would assume I should communicate with the seller, first.
I recently made a Citizen watch purchase on ebay, it was supposed to be brand new but had a tiny scratch. I contacted the seller and said I want full refund else I was going to leave a negative feedback. They apologized and took back the watch even if I had used it for a few days. So yes I would say they don't like negative feedback at all, its a card you can use.
If I had your ebay ID, I'd add you to my blocked list (no joke).
EDIT - Easy enough to look up his ID from his SF postings and added to my blocked list. You sir, are the reason people do not like to sell on ebay.
Edited by Brianpore - 12/13/12 at 6:47am