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(10-12-2012 11:39 AM)bonds20001 Wrote: Ding him stars and feedback. Notify ebay that card was not as described. Ebay protects buyer a lot more than sellers..
Just because he says you should be happy with the deal does not mean you are and should not stand for it.
Damage occurred due to shipping method is all ebay needs to know
(10-12-2012 01:26 PM)skywalkb Wrote: Semi good news, got another email from seller apologizing for his attitude. he said he would give full refund and I could keep the auto. He said he had a bad week at work. He also asked to give him positive feeback. I told him to give me an address and I would send card back to him and not leave any feedback at all. He has given me full refund and no address. I guess that I pushed on this deal. He had a 99% plus rating and only 1 negitive in the last year out of 231 sales. I will give him benefit of the doubt now. I will keep an eye on him and if he mucks up, I will let everyone here know his handle on the peebay.
(10-12-2012 07:09 PM)nyyankeesfan28 Wrote: That is a good thing. I hate when sellers package badly. I've just switched to Beckett Marketplace, COMC, my local card shop, and Dave and Adam's. I want my card shipped in a penny sleeve of the right size, a toploader of the right size, no tape on top, then in a bubble mailer. Call me neurotic, but...
(10-12-2012 09:22 PM)krn001 Wrote: The only tape i find acceptable is the 3m white delicate #2070. It doesn't do any damage to a card & will stick to the toploader. I never tape over any toploaders but if i had to, thats the only tape i'd even consider.