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Hey you know that one band that called them selves the BEATles instead of the BEETles well what if I call my store Men's WEARhouse instead of WAREhouse? Get it?
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2 more to add to your block list if you so choose

 

jameskent0 - attempts to extort sales tax charges.  Hassle all around, not worth dealing with.

 

next up 

 

npmueller@gmail.com - Block this email.  Repeat offender under different eBay usernames.  

Attempts to return items via eBay in a deceitful manor.  When that did not work out, they immediately go to PayPal.  

These people know the ropes, regardless if they are successful

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Hey you know that one band that called them selves the BEATles instead of the BEETles well what if I call my store Men's WEARhouse instead of WAREhouse? Get it?

No, look - the Oneders, Lenny.
Yeah, it looks like the O'Needers.
No, the - the Oneders.
Got it, looks like the O'Needers.
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2 more to add to your block list if you so choose

 

jameskent0 - attempts to extort sales tax charges.  Hassle all around, not worth dealing with.

 

next up 

 

npmueller@gmail.com - Block this email.  Repeat offender under different eBay usernames.  

Attempts to return items via eBay in a deceitful manor.  When that did not work out, they immediately go to PayPal.  

These people know the ropes, regardless if they are successful

Can you actually block the email? Thought it had to be the eBay ID but I entered it and ebay did not reject it... Interesting

post #25490 of 30491

Non-paying buyer on a $850 sale.  

 

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Non-paying buyer on a $850 sale.  

 


Ouch!

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Can you actually block the email? Thought it had to be the eBay ID but I entered it and ebay did not reject it... Interesting

you can block emails, yes.
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I came up with a new name for my eBay/Etsy store, but then I realized ONCE AGAIN my store is named after a children's character. It's called "Barney's Warehouse." No adult man would click on a store that sounds like it's an emporium for purple dinosaur memorabilia and CDs of annoying repetitive songs. Oh well, back to the drawing board.
Barneys Whorehouse. No need for a thank you
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Can you actually block the email? Thought it had to be the eBay ID but I entered it and ebay did not reject it... Interesting

you can block emails, yes.

+1

 

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2 more to add to your block list if you so choose

 

jameskent0 - attempts to extort sales tax charges.  Hassle all around, not worth dealing with.

 

next up 

 

npmueller@gmail.com - Block this email.  Repeat offender under different eBay usernames.  

Attempts to return items via eBay in a deceitful manor.  When that did not work out, they immediately go to PayPal.  

These people know the ropes, regardless if they are successful

Can you actually block the email? Thought it had to be the eBay ID but I entered it and ebay did not reject it... Interesting

Yep.  I actually prefer to block an email anytime I can.  A buyer's ID will block that ID only.  If that same user creates another eBay account, and uses the same email, then that new ID is now unblocked.  If you block the email, it will block of course the original account, and hopefully the new account if they did in fact create a new one with the same email.

 

- This is of course my own understanding.

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x-post - Anyone have a clue on these interior tags? Thanks!

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x-post - Anyone have a clue on these interior tags? Thanks!

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I'm gonna go super longshot and say Mabro.:lol: 

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What size would 165lb correspond to, roughly? I have a foreign buyer who gave me his height/weight and asked me if that would work for a chore jacket listed as Small. 

 

Thanks!

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What size would 165lb correspond to, roughly? I have a foreign buyer who gave me his height/weight and asked me if that would work for a chore jacket listed as Small. 

 

Thanks!

What height?

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Between 5'9'' and 5'10''.

 

Edit: Here are the measurements of the (thick denim) chore coat:

 

Across Chest (pit to pit): 20.25"
Across Shoulders (seam to seam): 18.25"
Sleeve (shoulder seam to cuff): 25.0"
Length (Bottom of collar to end, measured at the back): 24.75"
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x-post - Anyone have a clue on these interior tags? Thanks!

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I'm gonna go super longshot and say Mabro.:lol: 

Yes obviously lol. There are Mabro tags in the jackets but didnt know if they made their own or if someone else made them :nodding: 

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