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Old 07-16-2012, 11:06 AM   #49 (permalink)
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Your a prick how bout that. Not everything revolves around you and the auction you won. Did you consider maybe he was at church and with his family and not sitting at home trolling ebay and forums? Give the guy the benefit of the doubt or heck have him send you the card damaged and give you on refund. Karma my friend and your not being patient will get you good.... He may have been telling you the truth that he couldn't navigate paypal from his phone as well as he could respond to messages from ebay. Let me tell you before anyone else...the world doesn't revolve around you and your refund. You come second to his family, his priorities, and whats going on in his life. And your timeline of everything now now now is pretty inconsiderate. Seeing as how the auction ended without a successful transaction and him not sending you a card chewed on by a dog he spared you further headache. Why not let him cut his losses minus getting bent over by ebay for the fees as well??? Do you have no heart? You just wanna put the dagger in that much more?
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I hope he sells it for 300... and you go off and disappear . You got your refund you have nothing to complain about. And the guy that commented about deadbeat sellers... yeah you probably say the same thing about buyers and everything else in your life. Thanks for sharing your unhappiness. No one cares.
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He can still show proof of the paypal refund and recoup his funds. And resell the card if he chooses. Which leaves the question is sniping ethical on your part or cheating? Should the fact that you admitted to not being a "live" bidder in this forum be reason for him to say ah heck some other joe shmoe who was bidding against a robot got shafted. Not defending him. You'd feel pretty raped yourself if you listed something you knew was worth 200 bucks and it only sold for 120. Especially if you paid 140-150 with the intention of flipping it. I mean what would you do end the auction early or just take the loss? I'd say during the chicken fight all my cards were damaged, do you want em for the price you paid or would you like a refund?

What are the chances this tool bag is the ebay seller
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