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post #6796 of 14726
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Originally Posted by Snoogz View Post
 

The hell is wrong with eBays USPS Printing labels?

 

I printed out a label on my label sticky sheets, and it now puts a print TIME STAMP on the label side, and then a URL at the bottom.

 

Problem with the URL is it is going to get in the way of printing the next label out...because you are then going to use that side of the sheet.

 

Anyone else notice this?

 

 What annoys me more is that I have a 2.4" wide sticky label printer and there doesn't seem to be a way to just print out the tracking barcode and the postage part. This would be so much easier than having to take the PDF file into Illustrator and printing from there!

post #6797 of 14726
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Originally Posted by Snoogz View Post
 

The hell is wrong with eBays USPS Printing labels?

 

I printed out a label on my label sticky sheets, and it now puts a print TIME STAMP on the label side, and then a URL at the bottom.

 

Problem with the URL is it is going to get in the way of printing the next label out...because you are then going to use that side of the sheet.

 

Anyone else notice this?


I do, when I print I have to specifically check 1 page. This way it doesn't write that 1 line on the next sheet.

post #6798 of 14726
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Originally Posted by taxgenius View Post

Seller screwed up. You shouldn't be out a penny.

As an overseas buyer, I disagree. The seller has only committed to shipping to the US address, so should be on the hook for the initial and return shipping for the item to the US address. Everything between the proxy and the buyer is, IMO, the responsibility of the buyer.

Even if the seller understood that the package would ultimately be shipped overseas, I don't see how he should be on the hook for the shipping from and to the proxy. To use a proxy is a choice the buyer has made, and the seller had no say in it.
post #6799 of 14726
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Originally Posted by masaccio View Post


As an overseas buyer, I disagree. The seller has only committed to shipping to the US address, so should be on the hook for the initial and return shipping for the item to the US address. Everything between the proxy and the buyer is, IMO, the responsibility of the buyer.

Even if the seller understood that the package would ultimately be shipped overseas, I don't see how he should be on the hook for the shipping from and to the proxy. To use a proxy is a choice the buyer has made, and the seller had no say in it.

I have to agree with this.

post #6800 of 14726
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Originally Posted by masaccio View Post


As an overseas buyer, I disagree. The seller has only committed to shipping to the US address, so should be on the hook for the initial and return shipping for the item to the US address. Everything between the proxy and the buyer is, IMO, the responsibility of the buyer.

Even if the seller understood that the package would ultimately be shipped overseas, I don't see how he should be on the hook for the shipping from and to the proxy. To use a proxy is a choice the buyer has made, and the seller had no say in it.

 

 Absolutely.

 

I'm pretty sure it's even in the Ebay TOS that the seller is not responsible in any way for a package if the first ship-to address is a proxy address.

 

 Yeah, it sucks that the seller sent the wrong package, but it's not their responsibility to pay for the extra shipping. If they want and feel like they should, that's another thing...

post #6801 of 14726

Ultimately it's up to the seller whether he feels it's worth a negative feedback or not. I don't deal that way (we got it all cleared up in a fair way for both parts BTW), but I know a lot of buyers on Ebay are very unforgiving on sales, especially if they have to pay more than first planned.  Sometimes sellers have to bend over backwards if they want to maintain a perfect record. 

post #6802 of 14726
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Originally Posted by Snoogz View Post
 

The hell is wrong with eBays USPS Printing labels?

 

I printed out a label on my label sticky sheets, and it now puts a print TIME STAMP on the label side, and then a URL at the bottom.

 

Problem with the URL is it is going to get in the way of printing the next label out...because you are then going to use that side of the sheet.

 

Anyone else notice this?

In the print window, be sure you have Headers and Footers turned off. 

post #6803 of 14726

Hi, I was wondering if these 2 are authentic Burberry.

 

picture 1 and 2 are the same trench, sorry I dont have a better picture.

 

 

pic 2

 

 

Pic 3: coat

 

post #6804 of 14726

Not really the correct thread for this, but the first one is all wrong. Second one looks right from the pic, but it's not much to go on.

post #6805 of 14726
novacheck on that first one looks way off to me, second one appears real but old from what I can see
post #6806 of 14726

thanks a lot for the help

 

for the future, i used the search function - but what would be the correct thread ?

post #6807 of 14726
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Zacharrrr View Post

Hi, I was wondering if these 2 are authentic Burberry.
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picture 1 and 2 are the same trench, sorry I dont have a better picture.



pic 2



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Pic 3: coat



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Originally Posted by capnwes View Post

Not really the correct thread for this, but the first one is all wrong. Second one looks right from the pic, but it's not much to go on.

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Originally Posted by VLSI View Post

novacheck on that first one looks way off to me, second one appears real but old from what I can see

It sounds strange, but I believe the first two are real. The tags, at least, if not the coat. I believe they say Brühl & Söhne and House of Gentlemen. This is a high-end store in Graz and Vienna, Austria. These would have likely come from the Vienna shop. Without better photos, I can't say the tags weren't just sewn into fake coats, but those are pretty obscure tags to lift.
post #6808 of 14726
How long do you typically give a buyer to pay ( prior to re-listing)?
post #6809 of 14726
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Originally Posted by earthdragon View Post

How long do you typically give a buyer to pay ( prior to re-listing)?

4 days, then the case gives them 3...I feel like if they haven't paid, or at least communicated by then, they ain't ever going to.

post #6810 of 14726
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Originally Posted by HansderHund View Post



It sounds strange, but I believe the first two are real. The tags, at least, if not the coat. I believe they say Brühl & Söhne and House of Gentlemen. This is a high-end store in Graz and Vienna, Austria. These would have likely come from the Vienna shop. Without better photos, I can't say the tags weren't just sewn into fake coats, but those are pretty obscure tags to lift.

Should have said that. The tags appear correct but the coat looks to be fake from the incorrect lining.
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