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(04-04-2013 11:09 PM)odditycards Wrote: Best eBay could do is that you report the auction for "keyword spamming" for listing "chrome" in the title.
That would be the keyword manipulation, like saying 1/1, "not auto", stuff like that. So every time you see it, report as keyword spamming manipulation.
You can say most anything you want about a product, and at any price. Buyer beware.
"I don't care what the Beckett value says...I know that my 1990 Fleer MJ card is worth $100 and could be graded a MINT-10...might even be $1,000 card!" Anyone want to buy it? If not, skip it and move on.
Nothing I said there would be violation of eBay policy. But if my title said "1990 Fleer MJ BGS PSA 10 no auto not PMG" then that would violate listing policy.
(04-06-2013 06:47 AM)JMarchand1981 Wrote: This is a buyer beware situation. If you were an ill-informed Joe Collector who just hopped onto to eBay to grab a Kobe rookie you would see this and think you are doing well. Now, I don't know much about this particular card(rarity, actual value etc etc) but I was also in the market for a Kobe Chrome a few weeks ago and this stupid thing kept coming up in my search. I ended up grabbing a BGS 8.5 for $220 total but surely I had to browse by this stupid thing several times while I was watching.