Stupid eBay user du jor
fernande at internet1.net
Sat Feb 25 17:55:40 CST 2006
Jim Leonard wrote:
> Jules Richardson wrote:
>> To me it's not about being geeky, it's about maintaining a few
>> rudimentary standards and doing some *very basic* research before
>> selling something. Doesn't seem like too much to ask or expect of a
>> seller, and is irrespective of whatever it is that's being sold.
> Even if the seller is not a collector and knows nothing about what he's
Absolutely!! I don't mind a seller not knowing what they are selling,
as long as some common sense is used in the listing. I do mind, when
they don't know what they are selling, so they make stuff up, or make
assumptions based on the direction the wind is blowing. Often I email
sellers, sometimes I get a positive response, sometimes nothing at all.
The average Joe's usually return my email, sometimes with more
questions, sometimes just thanking me. The pro's that know they're
telling a story to potential buyers usually don't return my email.
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