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Originally Posted by Jompso View Post
 

Does anyone know how to check previous months Gross sales and quantity of items sold? I can only get the last three months which mean nothing to me. I'm absolutely cleaning house and still have my promotion running til Monday and wanna see where I stack up in relation to the previous year and 3 months of doing this.

 

I do:

My eBay -> Account -> Sales Reports -> Archived Sales Reports.  

It shows me every month going back to Nov 2013 (24 months).  I think this only works if you previously signed up for Sales Reports Plus (which is free, but I don't believe it's retroactive).

post #24857 of 30503
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Name to block?

PS - also how are you fighting this? just had a "not real pair of ferragamo shoes" case opened for SALVATORE FERRAGAMO Black Classic Cap Toe Formal Luxury Mens Dress Shoes - 8 E facepalm.gif



Hey Spoo, did you ever hear anything else from this buyer?
post #24858 of 30503
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Originally Posted by TheNeedMachine View Post
 

 

I do:

My eBay -> Account -> Sales Reports -> Archived Sales Reports.  

It shows me every month going back to Nov 2013 (24 months).  I think this only works if you previously signed up for Sales Reports Plus (which is free, but I don't believe it's retroactive).

Thank you sir. That did the trick.

post #24859 of 30503
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Name to block?

 

PS - also how are you fighting this? just had a "not real pair of ferragamo shoes" case opened for SALVATORE FERRAGAMO Black Classic Cap Toe Formal Luxury Mens Dress Shoes - 8 E :facepalm:

A little late on this but I just saw this. You stipulate in your listing that authenticity is not guaranteed and the item is sold solely on images alone. Therefore that would put the buyer in the position of taking the risk of possibly purchasing a pair of fake shoes because you have clarified that you have no proof of authenticity and are not guaranteeing it. Since these are legally binding contracts in a sense, each transaction is treated so and referred to such by ebay, it would seem that your case is cut and dry. You made it clear, he purchased anyway, and now he thinks they're fake. Whether that's the actually the reason or whatever, doesn't matter, the point is you cleared your ass and he agreed to purchase the shoes anyway. Thus your not at fault.

 

EDIT: Be sure to call ebay and make it so he cant leave you a negative for refusing a return due to your no returns policy also, it's better to be proactive then to let it happen and have to try and get it removed.

post #24860 of 30503

And although I am pretty much able to authenticate most stuff I think I'm adding your stipulation to my policies on each listing. I revised mine recently so they are fairly iron clad, but that's one thing that needs to be added. I realized that making that claim leaves you open for situations like this, where it's buyers remorse, or they don't fit, or they don't like them in person or whatever, so they come up with some BS reason to force you to accept a return, one where they wouldn't think you would fight with ebay over because of it's nature, because I don't accept returns either. 

post #24861 of 30503
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Originally Posted by Brianpore View Post
 

Name to block?

 

PS - also how are you fighting this? just had a "not real pair of ferragamo shoes" case opened for SALVATORE FERRAGAMO Black Classic Cap Toe Formal Luxury Mens Dress Shoes - 8 E :facepalm:

A little late on this but I just saw this. You stipulate in your listing that authenticity is not guaranteed and the item is sold solely on images alone. Therefore that would put the buyer in the position of taking the risk of possibly purchasing a pair of fake shoes because you have clarified that you have no proof of authenticity and are not guaranteeing it. Since these are legally binding contracts in a sense, each transaction is treated so and referred to such by ebay, it would seem that your case is cut and dry. You made it clear, he purchased anyway, and now he thinks they're fake. Whether that's the actually the reason or whatever, doesn't matter, the point is you cleared your ass and he agreed to purchase the shoes anyway. Thus your not at fault.

 

EDIT: Be sure to call ebay and make it so he cant leave you a negative for refusing a return due to your no returns policy also, it's better to be proactive then to let it happen and have to try and get it removed.

Although it is a "contract" ebay has it's own rules when it comes to returns and does not actually go by such a cut & dry legal wording unfortunately. That is why I was asking how the other people are fighting the case if they had any luck. 

post #24862 of 30503
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Originally Posted by Brianpore View Post
 

Although it is a "contract" ebay has it's own rules when it comes to returns and does not actually go by such a cut & dry legal wording unfortunately. That is why I was asking how the other people are fighting the case if they had any luck. 

Does this mean that potentially ebay can negate anything we have stated in our listing as far as our stated sales terms and practices are concerned? If they are legally binding contracts agreed to by both parties, both of whom acknowledged this fact when signing up for ebay, then a buyers terms, as long as they don't contradict any of ebays rules and regulations, should stand pat. I mean how do you provide the authenticity of anything that isn't sold NIB? I mean doing that via message or phone is impossible. Then it's just their word against yours, and they can declare good fakes or something along those lines. Did ebay really tell you that even though you state that it doesn't clear you of liability?

post #24863 of 30503
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Hey Spoo, did you ever hear anything else from this buyer?

only that my brooks brothers tie from the 90s was fake lol8[1].gif

did you?
post #24864 of 30503
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Originally Posted by Jompso View Post
 
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Originally Posted by Brianpore View Post
 

Although it is a "contract" ebay has it's own rules when it comes to returns and does not actually go by such a cut & dry legal wording unfortunately. That is why I was asking how the other people are fighting the case if they had any luck. 

Does this mean that potentially ebay can negate anything we have stated in our listing as far as our stated sales terms and practices are concerned? If they are legally binding contracts agreed to by both parties, both of whom acknowledged this fact when signing up for ebay, then a buyers terms, as long as they don't contradict any of ebays rules and regulations, should stand pat. I mean how do you provide the authenticity of anything that isn't sold NIB? I mean doing that via message or phone is impossible. Then it's just their word against yours, and they can declare good fakes or something along those lines. Did ebay really tell you that even though you state that it doesn't clear you of liability?

 

Yes, even if you have all legal releases of liability mentioned that is not an end-all be-all for a sale on ebay. They make their own rules which you agree to when you list something.Both parties agree to the ebay TOS which states that ebay has the right to make their own rules, etc, etc. You can put whatever you want into a listing and yes it usually helps when you reference it speaking with an agent but ebay does not have to abide by legal terms. 

post #24865 of 30503
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Originally Posted by Brianpore View Post

Maybe it's just me but this bothers me.  I don't mind the lowball offer and would normally send a counter offer, but thinking I should sell you a RLPL tie (that you don't need to impress your 13 year old students) while I'm trying to make a living selling nice clothing bothers me...... and that gets you added to my blocked list

PS - It's not the first time this person has made the same type of offer because he is a "school teacher"




RALPH LAUREN PURPLE LABEL Black Woven Pink Stripe Silk Mens Luxury Tie - 3.75"











RALPH LAUREN PURPLE LABEL Black Woven Pink Stripe Silk Mens Luxury Tie - 3.75"
Offer price: $14.99
Buy It Now price:
$68.00Buy It Now

Your terms: Middle school teacher discount please


Agreed. I have never seen a request for a teacher discount, but I have seen several asking for discounts because they are in the military. Fuck them. I am a veteran and I don't ask for any special privileges, ever.
post #24866 of 30503
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post

only that my brooks brothers tie from the 90s was fake lol8[1].gif

did you?

Delivered 3 days ago, no messages since.
post #24867 of 30503
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Originally Posted by Brianpore View Post

Maybe it's just me but this bothers me.  I don't mind the lowball offer and would normally send a counter offer, but thinking I should sell you a RLPL tie (that you don't need to impress your 13 year old students) while I'm trying to make a living selling nice clothing bothers me...... and that gets you added to my blocked list

PS - It's not the first time this person has made the same type of offer because he is a "school teacher"




RALPH LAUREN PURPLE LABEL Black Woven Pink Stripe Silk Mens Luxury Tie - 3.75"











RALPH LAUREN PURPLE LABEL Black Woven Pink Stripe Silk Mens Luxury Tie - 3.75"
Offer price: $14.99
Buy It Now price:
$68.00Buy It Now

Your terms: Middle school teacher discount please


Counter offer 99, terms: faux baller markup
Edited by borbor - 11/28/15 at 5:34pm
post #24868 of 30503
At first glance I thought this was snail print, but now it looks like seashells. Thoughts?

AppleMark
post #24869 of 30503
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At first glance I thought this was snail print, but now it looks like seashells. Thoughts?
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AppleMark

VIBRANT Vineyard Vines Foulard Twill Fuchsia Pink Seashell Abalone Print Silk Tie NR
post #24870 of 30503
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VIBRANT Vineyard Vines Foulard Twill Fuchsia Pink Seashell Abalone Print Silk Tie NR

Excellent - like the abalone touch. She be Ferragamo, though.
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