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post #331 of 659
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Originally Posted by B1FF View Post
terrym5512

If it's marked BRAND NEW UNWORN, the tie was worn for several hours by a man trapped in a burning building who saved himself by jumping out a window onto rose bushes.

If it's marked LIGHTLY USED, it was collided with an anti-tie and the resulting energy was captured, packaged poorly, and shipped uninsured.

It all seems authentic, though.

The seller leaves psycho feedback in response to negs or neutrals. (So I won't bother leaving any, myself.)

+1, apply above to seller gs4212. what a turd. too bad it is not May yet
post #332 of 659
The noted seller prayerwarrior02 is now "Not a registered user!".

She probably didn't pay her Ebay bill. That's the sure way to be shut down.

I hope she didn't leave many people in the lurch!

R.I.P prayerwarrior02
post #333 of 659
Minor ebay question, didn't want to start a new thread:

If you leave neutral feedback for someone instead of positive feedback, can you go back and change it?

A buyer did this to me. I noted this and he wrote that he clicked on the wrong button and wonders if there is anything he can do. The actual text of the feedback is positive, of course.

If the only option is removing the feedback entirely, then this would be more trouble than it is worth, I think...I'm approaching a feedback # of 1800 and still no negatives.
post #334 of 659
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Originally Posted by mack11211 View Post
If the only option is removing the feedback entirely, then this would be more trouble than it is worth, I think...

I understand it all comes down to your judgement at the end, but going through the feedback removal process with an understanding buyer can't be that hard...
post #335 of 659
Stupid question , but I've never bid on a reserve aution before.
If no one else bids the price up above the reserve price, can you still win the item by the way of submitting your max bid that you think will reach the reserve price?

Or the only price that could break the reserve and force a sell is the current bid price?
post #336 of 659
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Originally Posted by lawguy View Post
Has anybody here dealt with d.marni or geb_999 on eBay? I have recently had some issues with them and don't want to go into it if these were isolated incidents by otherwise great sellers.

I've bought from geb_999 and been happy. In fact, I currently have a purchase enroute. What is the nature of your issues? Quality of items or service (e.g., communication, shipping)?
post #337 of 659
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Originally Posted by GTR View Post
I have purchased ties from rssmsvc on this forum. Great communication, packaging and he ships immediately. Quality service.

Here here. Great seller. He is also on ebay, ID = BestofthePick.

dba
post #338 of 659
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Originally Posted by rnoldh View Post
The noted seller prayerwarrior02 is now "Not a registered user!".

She probably didn't pay her Ebay bill. That's the sure way to be shut down.

I hope she didn't leave many people in the lurch!

R.I.P prayerwarrior02

prayerwarrior02 is back.

I guess when you are a prayerwarrior you can be resurrected !
post #339 of 659
This doesn't really relate to ebay but it seems like the best place to put it. I just want to warn sellers of a buyer named HeartKicksYesi. I'm selling two louis vuitton sweaters and recently got a pm from him saying he wanted to buy both. After sending a few pms back and forth I googled his username and found a post on sneakerfiles.com with his email:

http://sneakerfiles.com/forum/index....7;sa=showPosts

I googled his email address (pujolskid@hotmail.com) and found this post on talktennis that says that he's a scammer.

http://tt.tennis-warehouse.com/showthread.php?t=190243

He also tried to get me to send my sweaters without payment saying he will send money order at the same time. I said I wouldn't do that and he stopped replying. I asked him to explain the post on talk tennis and he says it was a misunderstanding and he sent the money later. However, no mention is made that he sent the money in the post and more than one person has made a complaint. Although it doesn't seem like he has actually scammed someone yet, you may want to be cautious in how you approach him.
post #340 of 659
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Originally Posted by modmica View Post
I've bought from geb_999 and been happy. In fact, I currently have a purchase enroute. What is the nature of your issues? Quality of items or service (e.g., communication, shipping)?

He sent me a suit that was sold as authentic and nwot condition but it was in unwearable condition and is possibly fake. I say possibly fake because a salesperson at Neimans told me that he thought it was a fake (along with the tie that geb sent with the suit) but I don't have 100% faith in the salesperson. But the suit is in such bad shape, the padding inside has migrated to the back and has a pretty impressive hunchback effect. Luckily I paid credit card through paypal. I'm still disputing it.
post #341 of 659
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Originally Posted by alk View Post
This doesn't really relate to ebay but it seems like the best place to put it. I just want to warn sellers of a buyer named HeartKicksYesi. I'm selling two louis vuitton sweaters and recently got a pm from him saying he wanted to buy both. After sending a few pms back and forth I googled his username and found a post on sneakerfiles.com with his email:

http://sneakerfiles.com/forum/index....7;sa=showPosts

I googled his email address (pujolskid@hotmail.com) and found this post on talktennis that says that he's a scammer.

http://tt.tennis-warehouse.com/showthread.php?t=190243

He also tried to get me to send my sweaters without payment saying he will send money order at the same time. I said I wouldn't do that and he stopped replying. I asked him to explain the post on talk tennis and he says it was a misunderstanding and he sent the money later. However, no mention is made that he sent the money in the post and more than one person has made a complaint. Although it doesn't seem like he has actually scammed someone yet, you may want to be cautious in how you approach him.

He approached me about buying a Burberry shirt with a money order. He wanted to cross ship saying he had been scammed twice before.

Thanks for your detective work. I won't be dealing with this buyer.
post #342 of 659
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Originally Posted by HomerJ View Post
He approached me about buying a Burberry shirt with a money order. He wanted to cross ship saying he had been scammed twice before. Thanks for your detective work. I won't be dealing with this buyer.
I was also approached by this "buyer" who said he wanted to buy one of my neckties, then he said he wanted to pay by money order, so I said that's perfectly fine and gave my mailing address, but then he replied by pm (still have it in my inbox), "Okay, but hey man, I can only send same time because i have been scammed twice and i do not want to risk it again. If you have ever been scammed before you would know that it sucks bad." I have accepted money orders before and everything went well with the transactions, but cross-shipping is definitely a red flag and not a good idea.
post #343 of 659
I've got a question about a semi-sketchy buyer for you guys:

He wins my auction on Sunday night and doesn't get in touch. I try to email him but the messages bounce back. Yesterday he replies to an eBay message I sent him saying he has a new email address. I ask him to send me the Paypal payment and he gets defensive and says he's already paid by Paypal. I never received the payment.

By the way, he's an American with 100% positive feedback (40 transactions).

What would you do?
post #344 of 659
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Originally Posted by JohnnyLaw View Post
I've got a question about a semi-sketchy buyer for you guys:

He wins my auction on Sunday night and doesn't get in touch. I try to email him but the messages bounce back. Yesterday he replies to an eBay message I sent him saying he has a new email address. I ask him to send me the Paypal payment and he gets defensive and says he's already paid by Paypal. I never received the payment.

By the way, he's an American with 100% positive feedback (40 transactions).

What would you do?

ask him to show you his paypal receipt?

It isn't like PayPal doesn't keep records of this stuff...
post #345 of 659
Thanks for the reply Clench Million,

Actually, it's obvious that he didn't pay me and won't be able to prove it. What I want to know is how you should deal with a person like this.
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