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Craigslist / Re: I Have A "Craigslist Policeman" On My Butt!
« on: August 29, 2013, 12:44:45 AM »
takes more than one persons flag for craigslist to do a take down, you are not over posting stuff are you ? 

eBay / Re: eBay - FREE???
« on: August 17, 2013, 05:38:23 PM »
I dont believe there is any listings fees anymore just final value fees.

Do you have a resource available for us to read about this news further?

I was looking at Ebay recently for a printer that I needed for a CNC dedicated box. Since it is located in my shop I really didnít want anything expensive because of the environment it will be in.

Anyway, I thought Ebay would be the perfect route. I found a cheapie and bought it for $39.00 (new). The next day I get a email from the seller telling me that he refunded my payment because he doesnít have that printer in stock anymore. WTF! He had it listed with 5 available and 5 sold and you donít have anymore in stock!

To say I was pissed was an understatement!

At first I couldnít figure out how to leave a negative feedback. I think the link wasnít there until a few days after the refund was processed and both parties agreed to the end of the Ebay transaction.

But OH! The feedback I left when I was able to! The dude was sending me emails (outside the Ebay messaging system) begging for me to reverse my feedback. I never changed it and the feedback is still in his profile.

Anyway, I can imagine if the news about being able to get feedback removed is true, Ebay is just setting them selves up for more work in the long run and more running costs being passed down to us members.

Please pass along a link if you have oneÖ

Edit to add:

PS, I went on the Wal-Mart website and found a great Canon Printer for $29.00. I called the store up and it was in stock and they honored the Internet price for the in store sale. Bingo!

I should have Checked Wal-Mart first

you are kind of a jack *** 

eBay / Re: eBay Listing Service
« on: August 17, 2013, 05:34:41 PM »
I would say blackthorne pro is the best software I have used for Ebay and I pretty much tried them all. Its desktop based but super easy to use and tracks inventory

eBay / Re: How many item listings to you do in a regular months time?
« on: August 17, 2013, 05:30:06 PM »
I list thousands of items a month on amazon and ebay.  On ebay I use blackthorne manager pro.    I price to get rid of things fast , rather sell at a lower price than store it more than a month , it cost money to keep things

General Storage Auction Talk / Re: Does heavy merchandise turn you off?
« on: August 17, 2013, 05:28:10 PM »
only if its worth my sweat. 

im using chrome and I see it fine

I dont know his name but the New York guy with the black hair , kinda acts Italian.  the hustler i think is his nickname

my second guess would be Brandy before the surgery Hester talked about

The Lyons museum in Saint Augustine

if you ever find anything diver related and need help identifying email Leon he is a really nice guy and an expert in all things diving.

there are a lot of fake ones of these that thrown in stores and restaurants , but the old ones have a lot of value, if I had the collar it would have been worth a lot more.

I emailed them with pictures of the helmet and asked if they could identity and age, afterwards I asked if they would be interested.

eBay / Re: What's Your Worst eBay Horror Story ?
« on: August 08, 2013, 10:37:32 PM »
if you have a limit every 30 days you can request that limit be lifted usually they go to small amount to 12k then double every month after

Got a great diving helmet from a locker ended up selling it to a diving museum in Florida for about 3500 dollars.  A good find.  the locker was great too , lots of antiques. I rarely buy lockers, but love going to them . Im a hoarder of sorts. so my wife says. but , I love looking. I love buying and selling. 

I added a pic of it with my wife

why not contact a slaughter house and see if you can get some skulls ?

besides , I do liquidation business too. I sell all online but I got these lower valued items that probably be perfect for flea markets and some antiques that I guess would do well in flea markets. Would like a good way to get rid of this stuff. I have a 10x25 storage unit filled with flea market with those lower valued products that I would like to sell.

eBay / Re: What's Your Worst eBay Horror Story ?
« on: August 08, 2013, 10:15:54 PM »
Aww you poor thing. That's all I gotta say about that....

no I said the amount I could sell went down from 150k a month to 3k a month , my limit went down. I would never sell 150k a  month on ebay. I would cry with all the poops that happen there

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