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post #646 of 659
eBay user: hananasi

eBay store : expensive4Less
post #647 of 659
edit.posted in a different thread.
post #648 of 659
JKMWCL shipped quickly and did a good job communicating.
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I had a positive experience with Tradernick. No paypal claim filed and easy to deal with.
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jingerBRead Good communication, relatively hassle free, flexible and negotiable! A+
post #651 of 659
Big shout out to seller quest 786. Ather is a gentleman and a scholar. Smooth transaction from a classy ethical guy.
post #652 of 659
Are there any ebay sellers who deal specifically with UNIQLO in the UK?
post #653 of 659
Seller: Beverly Hills Bazaar http://myworld.ebay.com/beverlyhills...id=p4340.l2559

Purchase: "Certo"shoes http://cgi.ebay.com/Certo-Ferrari-Br...item4158a68d5e

Feedback: The shoes showed up fast and well packaged. Big problems though. 1) Left shoe is a size Euro 41. Right shoe is size Euro 40. 2) and this is the question I have for you guys. I think they're not Certo's because on the soles, they have Tremp stamped in them, which is this company I think. http://www.tremp.it/web/index.php. To give the seller benefit of the doubt, anyone have any idea why Tremp would be stamped on the bottom of Certo (the insole has that cheap gold lettering saying 'Certo - Made in Italy') or are these straight up fakes? They are actually comfy shoes (the left one anyway).
post #654 of 659
i don't think anyone is going to counterfeit certo shoes.
post #655 of 659
Thanks vinous - that's the main reason I thought it was especially odd and the why I felt comfortable buying them. I could see someone trying to fake the Certos that virtual clothes horse has though, but not these super casuals...
post #656 of 659
Any vintage pocket watch experts out there?

I bought this pocket watch a few months ago didn't use it at all, so I resold it on ebay a few weeks ago. The new buyer received it and sent me a message that he thinks it is (let me get this straight):

Bulgarian watch face
authentic Stowa hands
Russian manual movement, that someone has fake-engraved "Stowa" onto
Swiss case (??)
replacement crystal (quite possible, he didn't ask me beforehand and I don't know either way)

of course, he doesn't want to return it to me for a refund, he's just telling me this for my own info

any opinions?

PS it definitely says "Stowa" on the movement and 17J, however I closed the back and didn't want to damage it trying to get it open again.

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...m=170629371237

post #657 of 659
If you are a Seller, block Ebay ID: tdog61070. He purchased an item from my dad. The item was marked a size 33, but measured to a size 36. The item description clearly explained this, to include photos of the size 33 tag. The guy complained that the item was "not as described."

Since this was a minor $33 sale, my dad really did not want any problems even though he knew the guy simply did not read the item description. My dad offered him a full refund, to include return shipping AND offered to pay the guy double what he paid if upon getting the item back it somehow turns out a mistake in measuring was made.

The guy refused to return the item and left my dad negative feedback. My dad called Ebay, authorized them to review his communications with the buyer and his offer to double his money back. After reviewing my dad's item description and his communications with the buyer Ebay removed the negative feedback, which I did not realize they would do.

The bottom line is that in spite of this buyers otherwise excellent feedback record, he is a complete a**hole. Even after this SOB tried to ruin my dad's feedback record my dad has now offered to triple his money back if the item was mis-measured. The guy continues to refuse to return the item. Of course the reason he refuses to return the item and get three times his money back is that he knows my dad is correct about the measurement.

So, if you do not want trouble then at all cost avoid buyer tdog61070. If by some remote chance this guy is a SF member and sees this, go ahead and tell everyone your side of the story and we can post email messages and let the masses decide.
post #658 of 659
I have had positive experiences with both thebaronmidas and bonfire_25
post #659 of 659
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Originally Posted by LatinStyleLover View Post
If you are a Seller, block Ebay ID: tdog61070. He purchased an item from my dad. The item was marked a size 33, but measured to a size 36. The item description clearly explained this, to include photos of the size 33 tag. The guy complained that the item was "not as described."

Since this was a minor $33 sale, my dad really did not want any problems even though he knew the guy simply did not read the item description. My dad offered him a full refund, to include return shipping AND offered to pay the guy double what he paid if upon getting the item back it somehow turns out a mistake in measuring was made.

The guy refused to return the item and left my dad negative feedback. My dad called Ebay, authorized them to review his communications with the buyer and his offer to double his money back. After reviewing my dad's item description and his communications with the buyer Ebay removed the negative feedback, which I did not realize they would do.

The bottom line is that in spite of this buyers otherwise excellent feedback record, he is a complete a**hole. Even after this SOB tried to ruin my dad's feedback record my dad has now offered to triple his money back if the item was mis-measured. The guy continues to refuse to return the item. Of course the reason he refuses to return the item and get three times his money back is that he knows my dad is correct about the measurement.

So, if you do not want trouble then at all cost avoid buyer tdog61070. If by some remote chance this guy is a SF member and sees this, go ahead and tell everyone your side of the story and we can post email messages and let the masses decide.

He also has hilariously bad taste in clothing.
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