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eBay user Wrote:missing cards?
eBay user Wrote:i don't want this no rookies, 2nd year rookies you pull good cards out, list is incomplete
xstreaminsanity Wrote:I don't know what you mean by the list is incomplete. I bought a blaster which had 10 packs with 8 cards per pack. From the box, there were a few inserts, two rookies, many base and a few cards I needed for my PC. I listed one of the rookies (Lin) with another card on another auction, all of the inserts and parallels together in another auction, and all of the base I didn't need (64 in all) in the auction you bid on. In the description of the item, I listed all 64 cards that were in the lot. I only posted one image, showing the best cards from the lot. I don't understand why you would say I "pull good cards out". So I ask you, do you want the cards that I had listed in the description or should I re-offer it to the previous bidder? It's your call"
eBay user Wrote:re-offer it to previous bidder
(03-26-2012 09:41 AM)robd5811 Wrote: So he paid for it then said he didnt want it? Did the guy that you send the second chance offer to pay as well?
(03-26-2012 09:40 AM)buckunteer Wrote: I'm just gonna make a snap judgment about your buyer, largely based on his/her lack of grammar/complete sentence ability. Probably a flat-out inability to understand on his end that you are now on the hook for. Welcome to the 21st century.
I've been fortunate to not run across this yet as a seller on eBay, though I've only sold a couple of items. Looks like you are less lucky. Sorry Xstream!
(03-26-2012 10:07 AM)robd5811 Wrote: Tough spot..i would wait on sending it though till you get an answer..the buyer is obviously an idiot
(03-26-2012 10:28 AM)kct1 Wrote: Technically, the buyer was confuse and eventually ending up wanting the item. If he paid for it, you should send it to him. As for the second chance offer, if that person you sent it to has not accepted it, you can cancel the the auction and you don't lose anything. That's how I've dealt with auctions I had second chance offers I've given. As long as no one else has purchased the auction you can cancel it.
xstreaminsanity Wrote:I had already listed the lot for second chance offer when I received your payment for both items you won. Question is, do you want these now or do you want a refund for the base card lot? I was trying to figure out how to remove you from being the winner of the lot so you didn't have to pay for it. Let me know what you want to do. Thank you for your business.
eBay user Wrote:Refund just playing nice man don't need strikes if you can second offer still go aheadTy again