I've posted a handful of times. You are an odd fellow.
Edited by colco - 12/19/15 at 5:52pm
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).
@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.
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.
@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.
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?