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Didn't pay for #forbrian John lobb bag.

You ain't got the money don't buy crap.
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I think of it the other way... $1.5M/year :cheers: 

 

 

 

Believe me, the yearly total was not lost on me. I just felt that the per-auction goal was more attainable. It will take me the better part of a decade to hit that one-year total. :embar:

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Didn't pay for #forbrian John lobb bag.

You ain't got the money don't buy crap.


Is he an SF member?

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I think of it the other way... $1.5M/year cheers.gif  

PS - Does USPS deliver boxes by the pallet if you're using 1,500 a month? lol 

They actually get very testy about it and start getting cheap and don't ship for like 4 weeks.
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@SpooPoker I was browsing some LS listings that were ending yesterday while waiting for a flight home and I gotta say, I'm a big fan of the "LNWOT" acronym I came across on a couple items. Hadn't seen it anywhere before.
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I think of it the other way... $1.5M/year cheers.gif  

PS - Does USPS deliver boxes by the pallet if you're using 1,500 a month? lol 

They actually get very testy about it and start getting cheap and don't ship for like 4 weeks.

Only business in the world I've seen that frowns upon it's customers doing more business.... amazing.

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Only business in the world I've seen that frowns upon it's customers doing more business.... amazing.


You would see a huge difference if they were in the private sector versus being an appendage of the federal government. They would be sending you and Spoo dedicated trucks and providing you with all types of incentives to retain your business.

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Only business in the world I've seen that frowns upon it's customers doing more business.... amazing.


You would see a huge difference if they were in the private sector versus being an appendage of the federal government. They would be sending you and Spoo dedicated trucks and providing you with all types of incentives to retain your business.

100% agreed. Employees are upset because they have to do more work and their management has just risen up though the ranks so breeds the same mentality unfortunately. 

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I have a customer looking for Gordon Yao Coats or Suits.

 

This guy has bought a jacket (50L), 3 ties, and 3 cuff links in the last week, paying $175 BIN on the jacket and BIN on the other prices.

 

If you have something, PM me and I will send him your way on ebay.

 

jb

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Looking for some advice from the EBay mega sellers.
Shipped 3 NWT coat's (expensive) to a Buyer in Hong Kong.
He lodged a Return Claim , prior to the package being delivered (USPS Express) yesterday, for one of the three, with the reason stated as "This is not the item I ordered".
My original listing clearly stated No Returns Accepted.
Seems a little strange that he would do this "sight unseen".
Do i have a leg to stand on here and If I do refund does he have to eat the return shipping?
Thanks
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Looking for some advice from the EBay mega sellers.
Shipped 3 NWT coat's (expensive) to a Buyer in Hong Kong.
He lodged a Return Claim , prior to the package being delivered (USPS Express) yesterday, for one of the three, with the reason stated as "This is not the item I ordered".
My original listing clearly stated No Returns Accepted.
Seems a little strange that he would do this "sight unseen".
Do i have a leg to stand on here and If I do refund does he have to eat the return shipping?
Thanks

I'd call eBay and talk to them about it. Be sure to mention that he opened the return before receiving the items. Seems to me like it could be a scam to get free shipping on the other two.
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Damn... New light on the right versus old one on the left.

 

A quick test shot with a soccer jersey. I can now shoot at ISO 400 instead of 1600 with a similar shutter speed and aperture. Good stuff.
 

 


Edited by Fueco - 7/18/16 at 2:03pm
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Looking for some advice from the EBay mega sellers.
Shipped 3 NWT coat's (expensive) to a Buyer in Hong Kong.
He lodged a Return Claim , prior to the package being delivered (USPS Express) yesterday, for one of the three, with the reason stated as "This is not the item I ordered".
My original listing clearly stated No Returns Accepted.
Seems a little strange that he would do this "sight unseen".
Do i have a leg to stand on here and If I do refund does he have to eat the return shipping?
Thanks

I'd call eBay and talk to them about it. Be sure to mention that he opened the return before receiving the items. Seems to me like it could be a scam to get free shipping on the other two.

 

I called eBay when I had my first issue as a seller last week. I remember it was something that Spoo always suggested. It was very helpful. You should easily be able to point to the tracking and claim and note the time discrepancy for the person on the phone. Might want to contact the buyer and ask what his concerns are. Helpful to have already spoken with eBay, though, and know where things stand (e.g., if he doesn't pull the claim).

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This is awesome! How do you do this? eBay out of office emails?
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