Chromatics on ebay

Jarratt RMA robert.jarratt at
Thu Jul 23 17:12:14 CDT 2015

It is always hard to know the real story. It *is* possible the seller
genuinely didn't know what they were doing. I know I can be too willing to
give others the benefit of the doubt, and, equally this could be an
experienced seller pretending not to know, when his plan to avoid higher
insertion fees failed. I would be inclined to report him if he wasn't
prepared to accept an offer that was (presumably) more generous than the
final bid.



On 23 July 2015 at 22:27, Noel Chiappa <jnc at> wrote:

>     > From: Josh Dersch
>     > the seller and I failed to reach an agreement
> You were very nice to try and work with the person; if they couldn't take
> that
> on board, and in return come to some agreement that you could be happy
> with,
> they're being some combinations of greedy and unreasonable.
> I have to agree with other people: an open auction was held, and the value
> of
> the item was determined by that to be.... $5. End of story.
>         Noel

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