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post #28156 of 30496
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Originally Posted by capnwes View Post
 

The rub is, some CSRs will lean on the first claim that the item was carelessly packaged. You may have to call a few more times until you get one that will side with you.


He needs to call and see if he can get one of those uber-helpful ladyboy CSRs. They are usually quite helpful in reversing irrational feedback. If that fails, go the @SpooPoker route and show them your wang.

post #28157 of 30496
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Originally Posted by Brianpore View Post
 

Have done this as well although I find it even better when I once had a OBO in this type of situation and the guy offered for example $7.99 instead of using the BIN. Quickly declined and changed increased the price by 1000%, etc.


I made a goofy noob mistake after first joining here.  

Found a necktie for something like $15 OBO.  The title was literally "Men's silk necktie".  The second picture showed the label:  Domenico Vacca.  Like a dummy, I offered a lower price instead of just buying it now.  Seller declined and relisted it for $85.  Doh!

post #28158 of 30496
I had a customer question a J.Crew shirt, stating that the tag looked like a Factory Store tag. Nothing on the tags indicate a FS item. Is it safe to assume that an item that doesn't explicitly state Factory Store is from a regular retail store?
post #28159 of 30496
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Originally Posted by Fueco View Post

I had a customer question a J.Crew shirt, stating that the tag looked like a Factory Store tag. Nothing on the tags indicate a FS item. Is it safe to assume that an item that doesn't explicitly state Factory Store is from a regular retail store?

The Label or the Price Tag?

post #28160 of 30496

I just so happen to have both of these. 

 

post #28161 of 30496

An offer on one of my items on that large auction site, this morning:

 

"I am attempting to get as close as $X USD for your (itemname) inclusive of shipping-Please advise if this is acceptable to u"

 

I bet he is...lol...and no, it's not acceptable.  

 

Offers a third of what I'm asking, and his goal is like less than half, of what I have the item listed for, and what similar items are selling for, exclusive of shipping.  Decline.

post #28162 of 30496

Yeah, I'm going to keep calling until I get the results I need.  d-bag already declined my feedback revision request.  I tried to bait him into feedback extortion, but his response won't suffice, it needs to be explicit, not implicit.

I thought this was ironic.

post #28163 of 30496
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Originally Posted by capnwes View Post

The Label or the Price Tag?

Label... That's what I get for posting before coffee.
post #28164 of 30496
Pic of the tag?
post #28165 of 30496

I've already figured it out...

 

Mine was the two diamonds J.Crew Factory Store tag. Now that I know that, I will certainly be more selective about picking up the crap.

post #28166 of 30496
*poof* gone.
post #28167 of 30496
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Originally Posted by drlivingston View Post
 


He needs to call and see if he can get one of those uber-helpful ladyboy CSRs. They are usually quite helpful in reversing irrational feedback. If that fails, go the @SpooPoker route and show them your wang.

I always open with the wang, speeds things along and gets me in the right hands, sometimes left.

post #28168 of 30496

So, I sold a pair of Gucci oxfords to a guy in Illinois. They were delivered to him on May 16. He sends me this message on May 26:

 

 

Being the nice guy that I am, I immediately responded:

 

Today, 14 days after sending him the permission to return message, I receive this gem:

 

 

WTF?

post #28169 of 30496
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Originally Posted by drlivingston View Post

So, I sold a pair of Gucci oxfords to a guy in Illinois. They were delivered to him on May 16. He sends me this message on May 26:




Being the nice guy that I am, I immediately responded:



Today, 14 days after sending him the permission to return message, I receive this gem:




WTF?

Did you have the buyer open a return on ebay?
post #28170 of 30496
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Originally Posted by TheNeedMachine View Post


Did you have the buyer open a return on ebay?


Nope... I didn't feel the need to overly educate him in the intricacies of eBay commerce. I will still take back the shoes. But, the very suggestion that I would send him credit for shipping AND let him keep the shoes is laughable.

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