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Originally Posted by eddiegreen View Post
 

@Van Veen Fabreze.

 

 

What is a fair price for a bnwot brooks brothers 346 navy wool cashmere blazer with the gold buttons 44lg 20007?

is £90 too much?

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/111851586761?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649

Waaaaaay too much. 

post #25247 of 30459
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Originally Posted by My Main Man View Post
 

Waaaaaay too much. 

that's a lot of a's, so £50 ok? 

post #25248 of 30459
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Originally Posted by SartodiNapoli View Post
 

Dear friends, I suspect I might be scammed 4000$ on Ebay, please help;

 

 

 I have a suspicious buyer with only 1 buy but registered since since 2001 and is from a trouble country. 
 
 
I am selling ( sorry I did a mistake and wrote I was buying, while I am SELLING ) a 4000$ good that costed me 15 years to find.
 
 
 
I suspect he pays it, and then puts me a paypal claim that he got a brick inside the box, so I lose the machine and the cash.
 
 
 
 
What should I do to protect me ?
 
 
Thanks
 
 
 
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Any help please?

 

The guy is “ stalking “ me that wants to buy it now.

 

Thanks

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X-post from the thrift thread.

 

Here's the first installment of my "Deciphering Patagonia" series on my blog. I chose the Snap-T as my first subject for two reason: it's probably the most popular style made by Patagonia; and I happen to have enough of them sitting around in inventory and my personal collection to make it a reasonably thorough article.

 

Next up will probably be Regulator series fleeces...

 

 

https://thriftshopfinds.wordpress.com/2015/12/16/deciphering-patagonia-the-snap-t/

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@SartodiNapoli 'if in doubt, leave it out' i would block him, particularly if 4 bags involved.

post #25251 of 30459
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Originally Posted by eddiegreen View Post
 

@SartodiNapoli 'if in doubt, leave it out' i would block him, particularly if 4 bags involved.

 

This. If you don't trust the buyer, then don't sell it to that person.

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Originally Posted by Journeyman View Post
 

 

This. If you don't trust the buyer, then don't sell it to that person.

 

Can the seller, ( me on this case) deny the sale to any?

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There used to be a link in someone's signature to a detailed post about shipping methods. Does that still exist?
post #25255 of 30459
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Originally Posted by SartodiNapoli View Post
 

 

Can the seller, ( me on this case) deny the sale to any?

 

Yes. You can block the buyer. 

 

http://pages.ebay.com/services/buyandsell/biddermanagement.html

 

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There used to be a link in someone's signature to a detailed post about shipping methods. Does that still exist?

@Shoeluv 

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One more n00b question: If you thrifted something (say, a tie), and it's flawless with no evidence of ever being tied, would you list NWOT or is that too risky?
post #25257 of 30459
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Originally Posted by Van Veen View Post

One more n00b question: If you thrifted something (say, a tie), and it's flawless with no evidence of ever being tied, would you list NWOT or is that too risky?

It may or may not be risky but it's unethical, imo. I wouldn't do it. Use 'mint' or 'flawless' or 'likenew' keywords in the title if you want.

post #25258 of 30459
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Originally Posted by Van Veen View Post

There used to be a link in someone's signature to a detailed post about shipping methods. Does that still exist?

@Shoeluv 

post #25259 of 30459
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Originally Posted by Van Veen View Post

One more n00b question: If you thrifted something (say, a tie), and it's flawless with no evidence of ever being tied, would you list NWOT or is that too risky?

all it takes is one INAD case and you'll cut that practice in a hurry. 

 

personally unless i KNOW it's NWOT; i list it as pre-owned EUC.  that couple of bucks isn't worth the ensuing hassle. 

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So basically the only time you should list NWOT is if you have the original store receipt to back it up in case of dispute.
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