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Buying and Selling on eBay: Tips, Tricks, Problems & Questions

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by HansderHund, Jul 27, 2012.

  1. cadmonkey

    cadmonkey Senior member

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    Gotta love a case of buyer's remorse... Would rather deal with it then rather than ship and have the buyer make up something to get a refund tbh though.
     
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    Go to the resolution center to open a case. You are supposed to talk it out with the seller first but if no solution arises you can ask eBay to make a final decision.
     
  3. namdaemun

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    Don't worry, you'll win no matter what. It is IMPOSSIBLE to have a 35" inseam measure to be a 30" or less. He either described it incorrectly in his listing and/or had these hemmed, therefore, NOT NWT


    Go to the resolution center and go from there IF he doesn't want to handle this between the two of u. and DO NOT mention anything about feedback. That's feedback extortion and could hurt your case
     
  4. namdaemun

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    Questions for ppl sending items OVER $1,000

    Sending an item that was purchased for over $1K+

    So, if I'm using USPS and sending as priority, which of the 2 insurances should I use? Has anyone had to file an insurance claim and received their money back?

    Spoo? Wes? Eddie?
     
  5. txwoodworker

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    Hopefully someone here has the answer. Buttons on men's side, but number sizing. Boyfriend shirt? I have seen this on regular POLO and passed, I don't usually pass on Rugby.
    So is this men's or women's?
    [​IMG]
    Thanks y'all.
     
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  7. stevent

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    Staples has ink for about $45 on sale for the high yield a few times a year. I have same printer, probably best $99 I've spent in a while.


    Fedex isn't more expensive then USPS a lot of times, especially for higher value items when USPS insurance adds up. Fedex account or through PayPal / eBay both have discounts too

    Anything over $400 I send with Fedex. Takes about double the time for priority but worth the peace of mind. They also deliver on Saturdays and have hold at location which is why I choose them over UPS. They also do pickup as well though you might have to pay.
     
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  8. SpooPoker

    SpooPoker Internet Bigtimer and Most Popular Man on Campus Dubiously Honored Affiliate Vendor

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    Almost time for a new printer for me.

    Any recs on the best possible Mac compatible laser printer there is?
     
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    jrd617 Senior member

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    It connects to USB too :D
     
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    I also don't notice any timing difference between a wireless print job and a wired print job.

    Prints in like 20 seconds flat, from click to print job finish
     
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    SpooPoker Internet Bigtimer and Most Popular Man on Campus Dubiously Honored Affiliate Vendor

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    Thats what I'm talking about. Will check it out. Thank you again man.
     
  14. jrd617

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    :slayer:

    Seriously, the best printer ever. Extremely reliable.

    And if it ever bites the dust 5 years down the road, pfft....chuck and it get a new one for frickin 99 bucks!

    I used to own the non-wireless version and recently upgraded to the wireless one. (AKA you don't know what you're missing out on!)
     
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  15. namdaemun

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    may have to cop

    What are the other reasons why you love this?
     
  16. SCoNE

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    There's a pair of NWOB Ferragamo treaded sole oxfords at Marshalls on clearance for $100. The only thing throwing me off is the treaded soles. Worth it anyway?

    [​IMG]

    Edit: Tried finding similar on ebay/google but couldn't figure out how to specify the tread and didn't have any luck
     
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  17. jrd617

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    ummm...

    fast as hell
    good BW print quality
    cheap as hell
    wireless capability
    did i miss anything?
     
  18. razl

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    +1 - I've had an earlier model, the Brother HL-2170W, sitting here for -what - 3+ years? Bulletproof, fast, reliable, never a problem. My wife's a litigator who's still more comfortable marking up paper than online so she prints a lot. It's one of those things that's just been such a solid little troublefree workhorse that I forget about it, which is a good thing.
     
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  19. SeaJen

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    +1 on the Brother. Expanded toner cartridges are very reasonable on amazon and last forever. Those with inkjets should seriously reconsider.
     
  20. SeaJen

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    I requested photos of the packaging and the damage and he could provide neither, which is odd, and now wishes to keep the jacket but estimates cleaning/repair at $25 (for a jacket bought for $40)
    I will be refunding him today because it isnt worth my time to deal with it, but I think this is bullshit. Oh well.
    By the way, he is an actor living in Beverly Hills. Not one I have heard of, but his $3mill home suggests he gets work. Go figure. I wonder if CottonDockers knows of him?


     

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