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You all should add this douchenozzle to your block lists...

 

 

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Why?
post #27348 of 30498
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Why?

Waits until an unpaid item case is open. Then pays only to avoid negative impact of having an unpaid item case closed against him. Then requests cancellation, creating even more extra work for me than if he'd requested the cancellation two days ago.
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Would either of these be considered Gren? Or are they just knit silk? Also, is there a specific term for a tie that's flat on both ends, like the first tie? Thanks in advance for the help.







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Not gren. Just use 'square tip' as keywords for ebay. I'm sure there are other terms but that's the one I use.

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Did anyone else get malware warnings on eBay tonight? Chrome warned me on multiple occasions when I was trying to log in.
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Waits until an unpaid item case is open. Then pays only to avoid negative impact of having an unpaid item case closed against him. Then requests cancellation, creating even more extra work for me than if he'd requested the cancellation two days ago.

If he knew what he was doing, he would have requested the cancellation right away.  Annoying, but not malicious IMO, and a nice note.

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Originally Posted by txwoodworker View Post
 

If he knew what he was doing, he would have requested the cancellation right away.  Annoying, but not malicious IMO, and a nice note.

 

 

Annoying and time consuming. My two least favorite characteristics of Ebay users.

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Originally Posted by Fueco View Post

You all should add this douchenozzle to your block lists...




Done! I listen to my elders and betters here in expanding my BBL.
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Annoying and time consuming. My two least favorite characteristics of Ebay users.

Ee-yup.

I think of myself as a hobby seller with a hobby that makes a little butter and egg money on the side. I have two other gigs that each generate more money than my eBay. I have neither the time nor patience to deal with morons. I have done everything I can to gear my listings and selling strategy toward people who know what they are doing and buying and away from nimrods. My auto-block settings are cranked as high as eBay will allow. If I get an offer from a buyer with FB under 10, I ignore the offer; if the buyer has left any FB for others that indicates they are a PITA, I reject the offer and BBL them automatically. Crappy offers from fussy buyers is like an early warning system for the BBL.
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Originally Posted by GetBlatzed View Post

Would either of these be considered Gren? Or are they just knit silk? Also, is there a specific term for a tie that's flat on both ends, like the first tie? Thanks in advance for the help.



both knit (gren is a weave). usually knit ties are squared off (it's sort of the natural way to finish them) so you might highlight the tipping on the zig zag one.

post #27357 of 30498

When I'm selling a 2 piece, can I provide the manufacturer's sizing from their webpage (screenshot/sizing tag) or do I need to use a tape and measure?

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Originally Posted by burgerkong View Post
 

When I'm selling a 2 piece, can I provide the manufacturer's sizing from their webpage (screenshot/sizing tag) or do I need to use a tape and measure?

I'd suggest you use a tape and measure. If you aren't the original owner, there could be any number of completed alterations or irregularities that cause it to measure differently from the measurements listed on the manufacturer's webpage. Even if you are the original owner, the buyer will want to know the length to which the pants were hemmed (I'm assuming when you say 2 piece you're talking about a 2-piece suit).

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I had a bunch of mid-range shirts that I was just trying to get rid of. Some BB slim fit, Tyrwhitt Slim fit etc... Some of them I removed from my closet to sell after upgrading. One was a Charles Tyrwhitt shirt slim fit 17/35. I didn't measure anything, just took a few pictures and priced it low with no returns. Now this guy is trying a return because something is wrong. That the shirts are seconds or counterfeit. 

 

"This item did not fit when it arrived, despite the fact that I own a number of other Tyrwhitt 17/35 shirts. I just received new shirts from Tyrwhitt yesterday and compared one to this shirt -- the sleeve on the shirt you sold me is almost 2 shorter than an authentic 17/35 shirt. This is either a second or counterfeit. I d like a refund. Thanks!"

 


These are my terms "No Returns Accepted. No Proof of Authenticity - Sold Based on Photos In Listing. Pre-owned items might show evidence of prior wear. Sold per tag size. Measurements are only a guide. Shipped to paypal verified address only."

 

Do I have any recourse here?

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Originally Posted by dadjeans View Post
 

I'd suggest you use a tape and measure. If you aren't the original owner, there could be any number of completed alterations or irregularities that cause it to measure differently from the measurements listed on the manufacturer's webpage. Even if you are the original owner, the buyer will want to know the length to which the pants were hemmed (I'm assuming when you say 2 piece you're talking about a 2-piece suit).

 

It's a new Susu suit that has not been hemmed or altered, still new in box.

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