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(10-17-2012 01:14 PM)nyyankeesfan28 Wrote: How did you mess the card up???? He shipped it badly! I've practically given up on eBay because of stuff like that. I want the card in the right size penny sleeve and the right size toploader. Tape isn't necessary if the toploader is the right size.
(10-17-2012 01:57 PM)bonds20001 Wrote: they protect the seller on these issues.
(10-17-2012 02:06 PM)kesscards Wrote: If you do not, the buyer could claim it was not received
(10-17-2012 02:11 PM)nolan5000 Wrote: Don't you mean they protect the buyer on these issues?
Don't you mean the seller could claim it was not received.
(10-17-2012 12:29 PM)cdillon17 Wrote: I bought a card off eBay. ~$80 BV. It was from a seller that sells very few baseball cards, he sells lots of other stuff though. Perfect rating.
Anyway, the card shows up in between two pieces of irregularly shaped cardboard that were taped together. The card was placed in a penny sleeve inside a toploader in between the cardboard. All is great except the seller didn't put anything on top of the toploader to keep the card from coming out.
Of course, I open the package and find the card hanging out of the sleeve and toploader and stuck to the tape that was there to hold the cardboard together. In addition, the card's top-left corner was exposed with no protection on either side.
I thought maybe I could get the card out and all would be fine. I carefully pull the card away from the tape and a couple of tiny specks of the card stayed stuck to the tape. That is also when I noticed that the top-left corner had been bent a bit.
The seller originally offered to refund the cost of the card if I shipped it back. I followed up by asking that he cover the cost of the card plus original shipping, and he came back saying that I had messed the card up and that he was offering no refund. He didn't budge a bit after that.
I just opened a case. Any idea if I will win this one or not? Thanks.