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(12-01-2011 09:54 PM)jacobystealshome Wrote: i didnt leave any feedback, actually, and i never claimed you left me a negative, just that you used your secondary account for feedback intimidation, which is why i didnt leave feedback. your facts, as usual, are fuzzy
I don't care about your money - I sent it back. I don't need your money. Enjoy your free cards. Feel free to send us whatever you want to pay for the items you received - that is unless you want them for free. I don't really care.
this was after sending me message after message insulting me and my character. not my fault there was a shipping delay, not my fault you didnt keep a leash on your consignments, not my fault you were falsely adverting lots for MONTHS and scamming lots of people in the process. not my fault you were in the wrong
(12-01-2011 10:05 PM)talkntribe Wrote: You guys should settle your differences in private messages..Not worth fighting over
(12-01-2011 10:00 PM)bigboyd3 Wrote: That email was a test.. That you obviously failed.. It showed your true character that you would rather steal items than pay a reasonable price for them. If that is what makes you happy, good for you. You must have really needed those cards and money. BTW, the item you bought was not on our bigboydsportscards3 ID - it was on a consignment ID that is no longer in use as we no longer do consignments. You are ignoring any facts about the initial post on this thread and straying to old unrelated information that you can't let go. You got cards for free.. Move on. If you want another $100 from me, give me a call..
(12-01-2011 09:44 PM)bigboyd3 Wrote: Here's my standard reply to these type of threads.. Not sure if it really matters because no one seems to care about the truth as I have posted it before, but here goes again..
We do not, have not, and will not ever shill bid an auction. The user you pointed out, yes, bids a lot on our items. They also win a lot of items and they pay for all the items. Why they choose to mainly bid on our cards, I don't know. The user is actually a huge seller and is the #1 seller on a different site (COMC). Everything they buy is for re-sale. We sell so many items per week (the most of anyone on a weekly basis in the sports card category) that we have many customers that come back and bid on many items. Bid activity by itself is a bad judge to see if someone is shilling. Just because you see a high bid activitiy does not mean a user is shill bidding items. We even have an ebay name that we use to buy just memorabilia and nothing else. We only buy from 2-3 guys so our bid activity is probably 40-75% for those guys and there is absolutely nothing shady going on. Do you see any of the items the buyer wins ever re-listed on our or any ebay account? No. Why? Because the user buys them and posts them for sale on a different site. If you actually do research, I'm sure you can figure out who it is..