Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by HansderHund, Jul 27, 2012.
The nicer designs start at about $198 and they go as high as $500 retail.
Wait....they have nicer designs? Nicer than this one?
I accepted an offer on a pair of shell cordovan shoes from a bidder in Japan, and started to get worried when he hadn't paid 2 days later. Sent a friendly reminder message, and he responded and asked for a few more days to pay. Lo and behold, he ended up paying today! It pays to be polite and patient.
More expensive is the term I should have used.
The one posted wouldn't be something I would go for., but I do have a few.
Thanks for the suggestions. I will wait another day and then send a reminder. I have always paid within less than 24 hours and all my prior buyers have as well--not that I sell on EBay a lot, as I am sure you cal tell!
i would guess that he is trying to ward off any other bidders. It would be a fair assumption that he has bid at least $25 above the minimum bid, so anyone wanting to win would have to pay over $75 for the shirt. However, I don't know if bid increments come into effect when merely raising your own max bid...I haven't tried it. So, it's possible he really has only bid les than $1 above minimum, thus scaring away other bidders, but not falling prey to shill bidding.
I guessed that would be the case. Prolly an effective way of dissuading bidders while keeping your risk low....and very irritating. Hopefully this is a desirable skeet so that his folly is revealed (I have no feel for which skeets get the love).
10 bids would probably do it haha
either way, i dont think most other bidders look at that, i certainly wouldn't
Looking for a way to list more efficiently. Bulk listing seems to have a steep learning curve. Garagesale is Mac only (and it looks like it has more options than I need anyway.) Any suggestions?
Prolly buy a Mac.
+1 I am buying a MacBook Pro with retina display next week and can't wait.
With good reason. Im on one now. You'll be floored.
He wants it bad...
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