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Old 05-10-2012, 02:28 PM
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i agree ebay is a terrible place to buy or sell. i "purchased" some dale earnhardt die cast cars years ago to never receive them, and they didnt cost enough to make a claim through ebay.
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Old 05-10-2012, 05:06 PM
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Saying "that stinks" doesnt help any but you have it from me anyways.

Let us know how that works with the cops stopping by his house.
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Old 05-11-2012, 11:19 AM
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sorry Tator it was a Joke
mentioning the customer service tab

you're an evil, evil man!
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Old 05-11-2012, 11:21 AM
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Well I have regained contact with this individual and my plan did work... I'll fill you in more once I get the item back in my hands. Don't want to jinx it!

Just be care ful guys and gals-- there are people out there ready to literally steal from you and take advantage of you. What's that W word that HM has sooo much of??? oh yeah,,, WISDOM!
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again Good Luck Tator hope all works out for ya
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Old 05-18-2012, 10:38 AM
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Well it worked out, got my money back in full. :)

Seems as though people get nervous when you tell them you are going to stop by their local law enforcement office with documentation of what all is going on....


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congrats!!!!!!!!!!! glad you got your dough back!
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Glad this all worked out, and thanks for the warning. I was thinking about selling a one-of-a-kind Gibson acoustic guitar which I made for myself at the Gibson custom shop in Bozeman, MT. - probably worth $4,000 - $5,000. After your experience, I think I'll find another way to sell it.
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Glad this all worked out, and thanks for the warning. I was thinking about selling a one-of-a-kind Gibson acoustic guitar which I made for myself at the Gibson custom shop in Bozeman, MT. - probably worth $4,000 - $5,000. After your experience, I think I'll find another way to sell it.

Please do... by the time you get done selling on ebay you are going to be paying around 10-15% of the purchase price back to them for using their site. For my item, which sold at $188.50, I owed ebay $18.59 seller's fees. So if you sell something for $4,000 you are going to be paying well over $400 in seller's fees. Plus, ebay is a headache anymore. If I buy anything from here on out, it'll be from an actual store on ebay--- one with an address and a real person I can talk to. Not some joe-smoe who wants to scam me.
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