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Originally Posted by Fueco View Post

You don't have a problem with a seller marking a used item up $50 over retail for a BINOBO listing? When I pointed him towards the item's page, his response was that "other Gustin jeans sell for a lot more". Yeah, not this one.

Sorry, I misunderstood since I don't know much about denim—I thought you meant that $80 would be a fairer resale price, not that one could buy it new/elsewhere for $80!
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Originally Posted by masaccio View Post

Sorry, I misunderstood since I don't know much about denim—I thought you meant that $80 would be a fairer resale price, not that one could buy it new/elsewhere for $80!

No worries. He showed a pic in the listing of the item number tag. It's a quick search to find retail price from that. I was trying to help him by pointing him to the item's product page and his immediate response was combativeness
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Updates about the person who wanted to return an item 70+ days out. We swapped a couple of messages before him finally realizing he messaged the wrong seller and item. When he started describing a NWT item I knew he had the wrong person. He sent an apology note this AM. :slayer:

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Originally Posted by classicthrifter View Post
 

Updates about the person who wanted to return an item 70+ days out. We swapped a couple of messages before him finally realizing he messaged the wrong seller and item. When he started describing a NWT item I knew he had the wrong person. He sent an apology note this AM. :slayer:

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Anyone ever sell gold items on eBay? Is is safe? I found a 1oz gold panda coin in a box of my parents I hadn't seen in 10 years. No sentimental value so I just want to sell it. I am worried about a scammer. It is probably worth $1500-$1800. Any tips to keep safe?
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Originally Posted by Shoeluv View Post
 

Anyone else get screwed by Dropbox disallowing the serving of pictures? Every one of my auctions had an image in the Public folder of how I measured that particular item. So on March 15th Dropbox removed this ability which means all of my auctions had a little ? instead of the image. I had to edit 100 items (which some of you guys with 1000's of auctions laugh at) but I still wasted ½ of my Saturday.

Had this issue with photobucket once and then went to hosting all my own photos on my website account under my own domain. 0 issues with down time or things changing

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Originally Posted by Shoeluv View Post

Anyone ever sell gold items on eBay? Is is safe? I found a 1oz gold panda coin in a box of my parents I hadn't seen in 10 years. No sentimental value so I just want to sell it. I am worried about a scammer. It is probably worth $1500-$1800. Any tips to keep safe?

Has it been graded? PCGS will do a gold coin in that price range for around $32. It will save you a TON of headaches dealing with people who will invariably ask a myriad of questions regarding quality. 

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Originally Posted by drlivingston View Post

Has it been graded? PCGS will do a gold coin in that price range for around $32. It will save you a TON of headaches dealing with people who will invariably ask a myriad of questions regarding quality. 

I may do this, but it is $65 to join then the grading fee, submission fee, shipping cost and shipping fee. It will be almost $150 total
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Originally Posted by Shoeluv View Post


I may do this, but it is $65 to join then the grading fee, submission fee, shipping cost and shipping fee. It will be almost $150 total

My bad... I left out lots of info. I used to deal in coins. Don't worry about the membership stuff. You are fortunate in that Nashville is like coin central. There are tons of coin shops in that area. Many of these like Coinpurse on Hillsboro Pike and Nashville Coin in Brentwood are authorized submission sites. Let them submit the coin for you and it reduces the amount that you would pay for a personal submission. Plus, once submitted, their insurance covers the coin in case anything happens (at least that is the way that is used to work). Anyway, it's a cheaper (and safer) option.

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This guy has carved a nice little niche out for himself...Beautiful & Rare Hermes & Ferragamo Ties
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Have a chargeback issue with a digital item code I sold. Buyer is claiming unauthorized activity and I've accepted I'll be out the money on the transaction. Looking through PayPal I have the shipping address options and then: "I refunded the payment for this transaction." or "I will accept liability for this transaction."

Does anyone know if I will be charged the chargeback fee if I accept liability? I don't see an option to refund the buyer.
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Another one for your block lists:

 

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You gonna fight that, Fueco? For fuck sake, it says beige in the title.
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You gonna fight that, Fueco? For fuck sake, it says beige in the title.

This ones filed under "I'll fight this when the return is delivered."
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Interesting tactic. So who eats the return shipping if you win after it's delivered, buyer or eBay?
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