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(06-29-2012 04:16 AM)georgehenrycollector Wrote: What I feel like doing is saying
"Hey we both came up with and agreed to a trade. If you felt it was unfair you should have asked for more before we agreed to it."
But like someone else said it may lead to a negative. So now I feel like I am obligated or else. And honestly I want to be treated in a fair manner. So can I now go back and ask him to send me an extra cause I feel I was trading down?
(06-29-2012 04:51 AM)jacobystealshome Wrote: I don't have a problem with the damage, but it shouldn't be at full value. If you throw something great, if not it is not a problem. I am sending out today.
i guess im failing to see the issue
(06-29-2012 05:56 AM)all day baby Wrote: As bostonsports1 said, throw in a jersey card to keep the peace. He isn't blackmailing you, and yes ut should have been discussed prior to agreeing, but do it anyway because it is right. Pick a jersey card you don't care about and throw it in. Gotta get that good karma.
(06-29-2012 11:43 AM)bgt masters of tikid Wrote: Its pretty simple alright. He knew of the issue before hand. Agreed to the deal. Your job is done. You have no obligation to send him anything other than what was agreed upon. You don't get bad karma because someone is trying to squeeze you for some free cards.
(06-29-2012 12:35 PM)all day baby Wrote: The guy is not squeezing him for anything. He said it was ok not to send anything other than the card in the original agreed-upon trade. OP is stressing over sending him nothing.
It is my opinion ONLY that he should add a card since his card is damaged. Frankly, I don't believe it is possible for me to care any less about this since I am neither the OP or his trading partner. But he DID ask our opinions, then got upset when some of us felt differently than he did.
Once again, OP... Don't send anything extra. Problem solved.