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(03-19-2012 10:00 AM)bselje Wrote: Keep in mind these are little pieces of cardboard we're talking about. Perspective?
uwash97 Wrote:+1. Keep reporting his stuff to ebay if you want but like other people have said he's never going to stop. It's all a game anyway and if you get the card at or below the price you are targeting than it's always a win for you.
Ricky Williams 34 Wrote:For the record, I have confronted a shiller before. There were two brothers here in Denver that used to bid on each others stuff all of the time (ft28 and mpekar know who I'm talking about). We'd call them on shilling and they'd say it was cheaper for them to buy from each other on ebay than in person. Given the prices they were inclined to ask, I actually wouldn't half doubt it. Unfortunately that same shilled card would be in the original brothers stack at the next show... It didn't change their behavior, but it didn't get violent when I mentioned it. It's all about your approach.