Chromatics on ebay
wulfman at wulfman.com
Thu Jul 23 18:01:23 CDT 2015
You can offer to take him to small claims court for the item. That
option has worked well for me in the past.
Once you let them know the option of a court case is real they are more
than willing to deal with the contract.
IT's quite clear in the ebay auction terms.
On 7/23/2015 3:54 PM, Noel Chiappa wrote:
> > From: william degnan
> > I told him start with buy it now for $2000 with best offer
> And there's the key to the situation. The seller thought they were going to
> get big dineros for it, and.... not so much.
> Which is likely a good part of why they aren't being reasonable in the
> post-sale negotiations with Josh.
> > because you're asking for the item to be shipped, the seller can refuse
> > on that ground
> Err, the listing does say:
> "I dont wanna have to mess with shipping, but if you absolutely need it
> shipped we can work something out."
> So I don't think that dog will hunt.
> But, just to close that door, is there anyone in the LA area who can, in
> fact, go pick this thing up, and ship it off to Josh? That would leave the
> seller without a leg.
> But the seller does only have a feedback of 4, so maybe they really are
> clueless about eBay.
> But the bottom line is that the _reality_ is that honouring the contract with
> Josh is _not_ going to cost the seller a lot of money - because in an _open
> auction_, it went for.... $5.
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