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LOL

 

 

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Auctions like this make me happy and nervous at the same time...

 

http://www.ebay.com/itm/311623681801?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649

post #28038 of 30486
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Originally Posted by drlivingston View Post

Auctions like this make me happy and nervous at the same time...

http://www.ebay.com/itm/311623681801?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649

If those were dachshunds, Id pay that.
post #28039 of 30486
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post


If those were dachshunds, Id pay that.

edit... wimmins

post #28040 of 30486
I'm assuming it's not worth fighting a return if someone is saying the item is faded? Pics are clear. I didn't specifically say it was faded in the auction, but I do have a Spoo-like disclaimer stating, "The condition rating for preowned items may include small spots, runs, mends, alterations, and/or other wear associated with preowned clothing that may not be explicitly mentioned." (Time to add fading to that disclaimer.)

My problem is that the shirt didn't seem to be faded from use, but rather just a pale purple color. But that's a matter of opinion and the buyer will probably win that. Maybe I'm wrong and it is super faded.

Assuming I should just eat shipping here. At least it's a shirt so it's only a few dollars.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/322113701818
post #28041 of 30486
Doesn't look faded to me.

But theres no shortage of RG customers, though.
post #28042 of 30486
Thanks. I'll just let him return it if he wants to, and make sure I describe it as a pale purple color when I relist. Not in the mood for a fight right now.
post #28043 of 30486
Your listing looks nice and the pictures are very clear.

You might as well start accepting returns since this crap is going to happen anyway.

Had this happen recently:

"Doesnt match pictures, not new, has a strange smell":

http://www.ebay.com/itm/331771599194

I thought maybe i mixed up the pictures somehow. When i got it back it was the correct item. People just want to lie to get ebay to side with them. Just go ahead and offer a return for any reason.
post #28044 of 30486
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Originally Posted by Van Veen View Post

I'm assuming it's not worth fighting a return if someone is saying the item is faded? Pics are clear. I didn't specifically say it was faded in the auction, but I do have a Spoo-like disclaimer stating, "The condition rating for preowned items may include small spots, runs, mends, alterations, and/or other wear associated with preowned clothing that may not be explicitly mentioned." (Time to add fading to that disclaimer.)

My problem is that the shirt didn't seem to be faded from use, but rather just a pale purple color. But that's a matter of opinion and the buyer will probably win that. Maybe I'm wrong and it is super faded.

Assuming I should just eat shipping here. At least it's a shirt so it's only a few dollars.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/322113701818

Buyer ID? I had something similar recently on an RG. When I sold again and received glowing feedback, I reported the original guy to eBay for abuse of the returns policy, though I doubt it made any difference.

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Originally Posted by Van Veen View Post


LOL

Say that name really fast about ten times in a row.
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Originally Posted by Fueco View Post

LOL

Say that name really fast about ten times in a row.

one smart man he felt smart
two smart men they felt smart

try that
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post


one smart man he felt smart
two smart men they felt smart

try that


The sixth sick sheik's sixth sheep's sick

 

try that

post #28049 of 30486
I sold a Tommy Hilfiger polo shirt for $250 (small brag). I didn't put in the listing signature confirmation because I didn't think I'd get this much. I'm fine paying for it.

Should I notify the buyer which is a proxy buyer for Japanese people? I don't know if someone could have a problem needing to sign for something.
post #28050 of 30486
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Originally Posted by jamesmkeart View Post

I sold a Tommy Hilfiger polo shirt for $250 (small brag). I didn't put in the listing signature confirmation because I didn't think I'd get this much. I'm fine paying for it.

Should I notify the buyer which is a proxy buyer for Japanese people? I don't know if someone could have a problem needing to sign for something.

Up to you. If it's a japanese proxy, there's little chance you'll get scammed -- they're very reliable buyers who leave excellent ratings almost immediately after receiving the shipment. If it were an individual with 0 feedback, then yeah I'd spring for signature confirmation + insurance for sure. To answer your question, even if you do have signature confirmation, they shouldn't have a problem either way. Receiving packages is what they do, so it's not like you'd be inconveniencing them. 

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