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The name is criselda gimme a break

 

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Tambot is a Phillipino name, as I recall.

 

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Robots like nice things, too.

 

 

 

Ok.  Thanks guys.  I just had a bad feeling because the buyer had zero feedback (and joined yesterday) and I had no experience with the name Tambot.  But, now I see the name.   I'm sure it will all work out.  

 

 

New question: 

 

A while ago, I had a buyer ask to return some boots and based on some suggestions and in the interest in good karma, I agreed.   I told the buyer who was being a pretty decent guy that if he shipped them back to me, I would refund the cost MINUS my shipping cost.   He was happy about that.   BUT, he has been emailing me everyday asking if they have been returned.  They have not.  So, I asked him for the tracking number.   He said he just marked them REFUSED and sent them back and the tracking number would be the same.   

 

My intention was that he would pay to ship them back.  I have never had someone try this.   Will this work?  Did he screw up?  Am I going to get screwed?   One of the reasons I agreed to the return was because I could relist them and might be able to sell them for more.  But, everyday that goes by shortens the time I have to sell them for Christmas.  

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Buyer left negative feedback, without messaging me, because he's claiming a pair of NWT ralph lauren green label pants I sold him were fake. eBay told me to work it out with him. He has 9 total feedback. I told eBay that a buyer who would leave negative feedback without even contacting me isn't going to be reasonable in hearing my side of the story. They refused to do anything more.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/NWT-150-Ralph-Lauren-Gray-Glen-Plaid-FF-Dress-Pants-Slacks-Trousers-36W-x-30L-/231678767857
post #25203 of 30441
I always find it fucking amazing how eBay will just take a buyer's claim of authenticity at their word.

Unfuckingreal.
post #25204 of 30441
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Originally Posted by borbor View Post

I always find it fucking amazing how eBay will just take a buyer's claim of authenticity at their word.

Unfuckingreal.

I had a buyer claim a single replacement button on the shirt results in the whole shirt being defined as not authentic.
post #25205 of 30441
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Originally Posted by borbor View Post

I always find it fucking amazing how eBay will just take a buyer's claim of authenticity at their word.

Unfuckingreal.

I tried explaining to the rep that a buyer claiming they received a fake item is almost a worse case scenario for someone who sells a lot of NWT stuff. Who fakes a pair of green label pants? 9 feedback, no attempt to message me or open a case.
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Originally Posted by borbor View Post

I always find it fucking amazing how eBay will just take a buyer's claim of authenticity at their word.

Unfuckingreal.

 

I had someone leave negative feedback because they claimed that it wasn't silk.  The listing had a picture of the tag that said 100% silk and Ebay refused to remove it.  They said it was his opinion.  

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I would sooo fight that.
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I had someone leave negative feedback because they claimed that it wasn't silk.  The listing had a picture of the tag that said 100% silk and Ebay refused to remove it.  They said it was his opinion.  

 

I love it when opinions are worth more than facts.

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Originally Posted by ridethecliche View Post
 

 

I love it when opinions are worth more than facts.

 

 

Isn't that what this entire forum (and the entire internet, for that matter) is?

post #25210 of 30441
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Thanks all.  I have the suit listed as a US 40R, taken from the measurements.  The tagged size is EU 56, which is also included in the auction information.  He's throwing a fit that it should be a 46R US, and that clearly I don't know the first thing about how to measure a suit.  Very tempted to go ahead and add user rakegreen to the block list.

 

 

Could be a coincidence, but after the back-and-forth with this ebay user, the Gucci suit manufactured by Zegna that he was inquiring about got flagged for brand name abuse/misuse, ebay edited it, and not so subtly hinted that if I appealed, there could be restrictions placed on my account.  Definitely blocking that guy.

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Originally Posted by Nobleprofessor View Post

I had someone leave negative feedback because they claimed that it wasn't silk.  The listing had a picture of the tag that said 100% silk and Ebay refused to remove it.  They said it was his opinion.  

I suddenly don't feel so bad confused.gif. It's not so much the negative feedback that would make me upset, but it's frustrating trying to understand how someone that dense could even function in society to the extent of being employed.
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Originally Posted by DanM View Post


Could be a coincidence, but after the back-and-forth with this ebay user, the Gucci suit manufactured by Zegna that he was inquiring about got flagged for brand name abuse/misuse, ebay edited it, and not so subtly hinted that if I appealed, there could be restrictions placed on my account.  Definitely blocking that guy.
See Just INSTA Block Those guys THERE Always trouble.
post #25213 of 30441
I've had a huge influx of buyers offering on my stuff with 0 feedback and new accounts last couple days. I have to block them cause there all over. I won't sell to them especially in the season were in with fraud. So I have my settings set to at least 10 feedback or there blocked. I'll lowering it again after the holidays.
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Ugh. I'm getting lowballs all over the place for things I KNOW will go high, from low-FB people. Yeah, sure, I'm going to take $35 for that. :P

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Edited by ChetB - 12/14/15 at 9:51pm
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