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Looks like he's no longer a registered user. His messages to you must've been the final straw.

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Looks like he's no longer a registered user. His messages to you must've been the final straw.

That would be great. Looks like he is still here though. Unfortunate for everyone.

 

http://www.ebay.com/usr/niceststuff?euid=3465577f452f40018b2eb1c5f736f4be&cp=1&exe=11473&ext=27979&sojTags=exe=exe,ext=ext

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Oops, I mistakenly blocked nicestuff instead of niceststuff.

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Originally Posted by ReubenR View Post
 


Bill's khakis shirts in a medium fit this 43/44L perfectly.


I am not sure if Bills cuts their shirts as generous as their sport coats. If so, be careful. I am holding a NWT Bills Khaki sport coat that is tagged size L. The website said that it would fit a size 42-44. However, this bitch has a P2P of 24.75". WTF?

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Originally Posted by drlivingston View Post


I am not sure if Bills cuts their shirts as generous as their sport coats. If so, be careful. I am holding a NWT Bills Khaki sport coat that is tagged size L. The website said that it would fit a size 42-44. However, this bitch has a P2P of 24.75". WTF?
Everything Bills that is alpha-sized is VERY loose. It's that vintage trad "take chest size and add four" kind of approach.
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Originally Posted by Nobleprofessor View Post
 

How would you describe this style of shoe for listing?  

 

They aren't really monkstraps at least not in the typical sense.  I can't decide if they are really cool or awful. 

 

 

 


Plain-toe Shortwing Monk strap slip-on.

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Originally Posted by jebarne View Post
 


Plain-toe Shortwing Monk strap slip-on.


add loafers to cover more of the key word spectrum :-)

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I just received my March business report from PayPal. I found the results somewhat surprising. I see many of the same buyers winning auctions. However, the data shows that an OVERWHELMING majority of my sales were to "new customers". I am not sure how the data is compiled. They are smarter than I am. So, I will not dispute their findings.

 

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LOL.. $119 direct from Patagonia. :brick:

 

 

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I just changed my return policy to 30 days... I hope my results mirror what @capnwes has seen.

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Originally Posted by drlivingston View Post
 

I just received my March business report from PayPal. I found the results somewhat surprising. I see many of the same buyers winning auctions. However, the data shows that an OVERWHELMING majority of my sales were to "new customers". I am not sure how the data is compiled. They are smarter than I am. So, I will not dispute their findings.

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What's probably throwing you off is that the 93% is calculated by looking at total shoppers, not total sales. While return customers account for only 7% of your total shoppers, they probably represent a much, much higher percentage of total sales and total revenue.

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Originally Posted by Fueco View Post
 

I just changed my return policy to 30 days... I hope my results mirror what @capnwes has seen.


I am still contemplating how I will adjust my return policy in the next two weeks. I will either opt for the 30 days or go to a zero-return policy. Financially, there will no longer be any benefit to my current 14-day return policy.

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Looking for advice:

Buyer purchases a paid of pre owned wolverines. I didn't see any signs of damage other than light wear.

Buyer messages me, saying that after he wore them twice, once of the heels came off. He says this constitutes a snad.

Should I accept the return, offer a $15-20 to cover a cobbler regluing, or fight it?

No returns in the listing.
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Originally Posted by Yorker View Post

Looking for advice:

Buyer purchases a paid of pre owned wolverines. I didn't see any signs of damage other than light wear.

Buyer messages me, saying that after he wore them twice, once of the heels came off. He says this constitutes a snad.

Should I accept the return, offer a $15-20 to cover a cobbler regluing, or fight it?

No returns in the listing.
I would offer partial refund first
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Originally Posted by Yorker View Post

Looking for advice:

Buyer purchases a paid of pre owned wolverines. I didn't see any signs of damage other than light wear.

Buyer messages me, saying that after he wore them twice, once of the heels came off. He says this constitutes a snad.

Should I accept the return, offer a $15-20 to cover a cobbler regluing, or fight it?

No returns in the listing.

 

I'd offer his choice of money for repair or a full return. Technically you're right and if he's said he wore them twice, you should be able to win the case. But still...that stuff happens.

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