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post #28741 of 30441

It's the same. I imported all my templates from the old GS and I have them in groups just like before.  I copy them and make new listings out of them, then file them under launch date after they're up.

 

Apple is not an upgrade.  Of all the software and web based solutions I had tried previously, GS is the easiest to work with by far.

post #28742 of 30441
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Every time that I think about upgrading to Apple and GS software, I read something like this and it reminds me of how little I understand computer and software technologies. :confused:

 

 

 

And to think that in the old days, people would switch to Apple because it was an easier interface to deal with.  :)

post #28743 of 30441
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Originally Posted by txwoodworker View Post

 

Apple is not an upgrade.  Of all the software and web based solutions I had tried previously, GS is the easiest to work with by far.

 

Understood. I just thought that Apple was necessary to run GS.

post #28744 of 30441

Apple is necessary, sorry I was making an Apple hater remark.  You can run a virtual apple machine on your PC if you're so inclined, but it sounds like too much work to me, and you'd probably have to buy the OS.

 

 

Also:

The ebay rep was excited that my feedback was revisable.  He said it's been a month since he's been able to do that, and the last time he did, HE got a ding because it didn't actually meet the requirements for being removed.  He's like "just keep hitting refresh, is it gone yet?" it was a nice change having a rep fully on your side.


Edited by txwoodworker - 7/20/16 at 7:56pm
post #28745 of 30441

Does anyone recognize this crest?

 

Its on a Made in Italy Polo jacket.

post #28746 of 30441
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And to think that in the old days, people would switch to Apple because it was an easier interface to deal with.  :)


I recently got a macbook air and because I travel a lot using the apple store to buy software feels like walking throught fire.

post #28747 of 30441

So, I just had a listing of mine (which was already done and sold - the customer already has their shirt), removed by Ebay after-the-fact for "trademark violation".  A counterfeit then?  Wth?  I can't even look up the listing anymore, as it's totally gone, including the couple of times before that I had it listed.

 

Has anyone encountered that before?  I'm not sure what I can do now, after-the-fact. 

post #28748 of 30441
any suggestions on a title for this tie? its kind of taupe colored maybe?

thanks in advance! fistbump.gif



better pattern pic

post #28749 of 30441
What was the listing? IIRC, they can't ding your for a sold listing.
post #28750 of 30441
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Originally Posted by Fueco View Post

What was the listing? IIRC, they can't ding your for a sold listing.

 

It was a Dolce & Gabbana shirt.  I can't look it up now.  Weird.

post #28751 of 30441
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It was a Dolce & Gabbana shirt.  I can't look it up now.  Weird.

 

They said my fees were reimbursed to me (probably from prior listings where I had it listed?), except the final value fee.  I've never seen that before.

post #28752 of 30441
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Originally Posted by dad2bandm View Post

So, I just had a listing of mine (which was already done and sold - the customer already has their shirt), removed by Ebay after-the-fact for "trademark violation".  A counterfeit then?  Wth?  I can't even look up the listing anymore, as it's totally gone, including the couple of times before that I had it listed.

Has anyone encountered that before?  I'm not sure what I can do now, after-the-fact. 
Yes, I have - which is totally weird and the rep agreed with me. Call up, ask for Vero and tell them you got the violation after the auction ended, client paid and received. They should be able to remove. Mine was a super easy process to do but this was probably 3 years ago so things may have changed.
post #28753 of 30441
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Yes, I have - which is totally weird and the rep agreed with me. Call up, ask for Vero and tell them you got the violation after the auction ended, client paid and received. They should be able to remove. Mine was a super easy process to do but this was probably 3 years ago so things may have changed.

 

Hi Spoo,

 

Do you think I need to do this at all?  Is this something that hangs around for future?  Like I said, it's after-the-fact, and doesn't seem to have been initiated through the buyer, as the buyer left positive feedback, and went on their merry way.

post #28754 of 30441
Okay, brothers, please advise.

best_buy35 buys some size 11 Timberland Boot Co. boots from me for $17.95 + $13.45 shipping.
He emails to say they "fit like a size 12", and asks how to proceed. I tell him to initiate the return through eBay.
He emails back to say the process is "unacceptable", and asks how much I'll refund and what I want to do. I've set eBay to charge an automatic 20% re-stocking fee, which I assume he doesn't want to pay. He has, however, already initiated the return, so I accept the return, and email him to let him know it worked:
Hi,
It looks like the refund process did go through. I accepted your return, and will refund you $15 (rounded up from $14.36) per my business policies, as soon as the shoes arrive.

Best regards-

But he doesn't want to do it:
New message from: best_buy35 (549Purple Star)
Thanks but that will not do.It will cost me more than that to mail them back.
Thus costing me more than original cost and you have them back
You should send eBay return auth.for return tag
Thanks

Is he asking me to pay his return shipping? Should I agree to that?
post #28755 of 30441
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Originally Posted by Tyrone MacStiophain View Post

Okay, brothers, please advise.

best_buy35 buys some size 11 Timberland Boot Co. boots from me for $17.95 + $13.45 shipping.
He emails to say they "fit like a size 12", and asks how to proceed. I tell him to initiate the return through eBay.
He emails back to say the process is "unacceptable", and asks how much I'll refund and what I want to do. I've set eBay to charge an automatic 20% re-stocking fee, which I assume he doesn't want to pay. He has, however, already initiated the return, so I accept the return, and email him to let him know it worked:
Hi,
It looks like the refund process did go through. I accepted your return, and will refund you $15 (rounded up from $14.36) per my business policies, as soon as the shoes arrive.

Best regards-

But he doesn't want to do it:
New message from: best_buy35 (549Purple Star)
Thanks but that will not do.It will cost me more than that to mail them back.
Thus costing me more than original cost and you have them back
You should send eBay return auth.for return tag
Thanks

Is he asking me to pay his return shipping? Should I agree to that?

 

What was the stated reason for the return when he initiated it?

 

 

How they fit is irrelevant. Are they tagged as 11, and did you list them as such?

 

It's not the seller's responsibility to know whether something will fit the customer. If he doesn't know his size in a given brand, he shouldn't be buying it online. Your restocking fee is there for this exact reason. He wants you to cover the shipping cost.

 

I would seriously let the return sit. If he doesn't return them in seven days, open a case against him by calling Ebay. Then he will be stuck paying the full price of the boots. Then block the douchefluid...

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