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(02-09-2013 11:47 AM)nolan5000 Wrote: I had a similar situation, though a lawyer was never brought up. A seller said "he mailed my card to someone else". I'm too nice. I've never left a negative feedback. The card was a Beckett Graded (BGS) 9 Nolan Ryan memorabilia card. I still have a picture of it. And it's still the only one Graded. I think that the card didn't sell for what he wanted it to, so the seller made up an excuse. And I fell for it. I should have nailed him with a negative.
Here's a scan of it.
Now, looking at the scan, I'm dying inside, b/c it was an old label.
(02-09-2013 02:38 PM)ricelynnevans75 Wrote: Wow, that's actually a really nice looking card. Not really a huge fan of GU cards but that was is great!
(02-09-2013 07:38 PM)lshields Wrote: This is stupid, but I have to say this. I have a background in many legal suites, and you can technically be sued for negative feedback. But the feedback would have to be unwarranted. A judge would decide that. If found guilty, then the suit could be for damages which would include potential loss of sale due to the negative feedback. The volume the person generates in sales would determine that number. Again it is stupid, but there is a millionaire out in the world because Mcdonald's did not put the word "Hot" on their coffee cups. It is a sad day that we live in.