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Originally Posted by double00 View Post
 

love how this has become the official colco thread. this is why i don't feed the pigeons.

 

unsubscribed!

I've posted a handful of times.  You are an odd fellow.  


Edited by colco - 12/19/15 at 5:52pm
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LOL.

I think everyone here agreed with the first reply. Why should the rest of us reply too?
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I personally have only used NWOT maybe twice out of 7-8 thousands items sold. I have no idea where most of my stuff has been. It sounds like your source would possibly have NWOT legit items. So I kind of see your point. I personally try to limit reasons for buyers to have a problem with an item (they already have/find enough).  

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@Fueco The title of the thread is "Buying and Selling on Ebay" is it not?  Other posters are responding of their own accord.  I am always eager to learn when I can. Aren't you?   of course you don't need to reply (though you chose to without adding anything to the conversation).  Not like I've derailed the thread with something off topic have I?

 

@rhz5001 thanks for the reply.  yes different types of business' will have different lisitng practices based on the a number of factors.  I'd never list as NWIB or NWOT if from a thrift for example.  

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I did agree with the original responder, did I not? Don't be a schmuck.
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I did agree with the original responder, did I not? Don't be a schmuck.

I must have missed it.  Thanks for the warm welcome to the tread.  I'll be sure to drop in every time I want to bitch about ebay customer service and shitty buyer experiences.  So I can be just like you.

post #25312 of 30441
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I live by a different motto "better ti be forgiveness than ask permission"

This is single handedly the worst motto/approach I've ever seen/heard in regards to ebay.

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You gotta love buyer TMI.

 

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@Jompson thanks for jumping on the welcome wagon!

 

I wrote that largely in jest and in response to spoopoker. I run a nice clean ebay business as my feedback (and others I have sold to on thie board) can attest.

FWIW I do have a copy of that motto at my desk at my day job (where being a risk taker is a requirement) and it is meant to speak more to being bold and taking initiative.  But I digress.

 I have, much to the chargrin of the thread regulars, done my best to clarify my business practices.  I don't feel the need to further justify why I list the items I do the way I do. 

post #25315 of 30441
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You gotta love buyer TMI.

 

  Good of you to bring things back to the low brow nonsense you all seem to thrive on here.  I'll be sure to deride my clients publicly so I can be a good thread regular going forward.  

post #25316 of 30441
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  Good of you to bring things back to the low brow nonsense you all seem to thrive on here.  I'll be sure to deride my clients publicly so I can be a good thread regular going forward.  

 

You are beginning to annoy me, colco.

post #25317 of 30441
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Originally Posted by drlivingston View Post
 

 

You are beginning to annoy me, colco.

You forget that you can ignore another poster while you were busy acting superior and then making fun of your potential clients?  

 

It works.  I just did it to you.

post #25318 of 30441
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Originally Posted by drlivingston View Post
 

 

You are beginning to annoy me, colco.

 

 

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Originally Posted by colco View Post
 

You forget that you can ignore another poster while you were busy acting superior and then making fun of your potential clients?  

 

It works.  I just did it to you.

 

 

Doc, are you gonna take that?  Are you not going to call him a doodie head and block him back?  ARE YOU A MAN OR A MOUSEKETEER?!  

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Doc, are you gonna take that?  Are you not going to call him a doodie head and block him back?  ARE YOU A MAN OR A MOUSEKETEER?!  

It does seem a pretty piss poor state of affairs doesn't it?  Why is this thread so....I don't know, unwelcoming to new posters?  

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I've had the same one. Real just old as the other guy said. 
Thanks guys.
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