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Old 09-17-2014, 08:37 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default eBay sellers, please be sure to block eBay buyer minjkhri

Greetings,

I am asking that all eBay sellers on Blowout Cards block the eBay buyer minijkhri from bidding on or buying your items. I made my first eBay sale to this buyer on September 5, a 2012 Topps Prime Russell Wilson card. The buyer initially advised me that he could not pay for the card until Thursday September 11th, because that is when he got paid. I didn't like it, as you are supposed to pay within two days per eBay rules. But I told him I would give him the additional time to do so. When I hadn't received payment, the morning of Monday September 15th, I sent him another message that payment was due. He then told me that his cousin had died, and now he couldn't pay for the card. He wanted me to cancel, saying he would leave "great feedback". He continued to make many additional purchases on eBay, and several sellers noted they received immediate payment. 5 such items were shown to be paid between September 14th and 16th. I told him that payment was due immediately, that I'd been more than patient with him, and that I would not simply cancel the sale. He then told me that if I could wait until September 26th, he would pay then.

Another seller has noted that he bought an item, also via "buy it now", and he never paid.

Since eBay does nothing to help its sellers, we need to help each other. I have added this user to my saved seller list, so I can see if they change their user ID at all. Should they change their ID, I will inform everybody of the new ID. But I would appreciate if you would block this seller. I am doing this to help protect you all from going through the same thing.

Here is the item I sold. Please click on this link.

Here is the user's profile.

To block this user, after you've logged into your eBay account, please go here.
Select to add an eBay user to my blocked buyer/bidder list, and save.

Thank you!

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Old 09-17-2014, 09:21 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Name comes up invalid.
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Old 09-17-2014, 09:54 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Name comes up invalid.

OP made a typo, it's minjkhri - with only two i's.
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OP made a typo, it's minjkhri - with only two i's.
OK thanks.........
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Old 09-17-2014, 02:26 PM   #5 (permalink)
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as you are supposed to pay within two days per eBay rules.

No such rule. Seller have to wait at least 2 days before they can open a non-payment claim. The buyer then has another 4 days to pay before a strike ccan be given so they are given at least 6 days by Ebay.

have you opened and unpiaid item claim? If not you need to do that so you can get your fees back as well as give him a strike.

No need to add him to watch his ID. If he is on your BBL and they change it your BBL automatically updates to the new name.
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private feedback much interesting.

It seems like from his feedback if the player doesn't increase in a short time he doesn't pay.
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private feedback much interesting.

It seems like from his feedback if the player doesn't increase in a short time he doesn't pay.
Where are you seeing he has his feedback private? If you can read it, it is not private.
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private feedback much interesting.

It seems like from his feedback if the player doesn't increase in a short time he doesn't pay.
his FB is visible, not private
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his FB is visible, not private
You can read the feedback itself, but you don't know what he bought.

So he could've bought another card for cheap.

That is usually how the scam works. Return the expensive card after buying the cheaper card.

Similar to hedging your bets in the stock market...
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You can read the feedback itself, but you don't know what he bought.

So he could've bought another card for cheap.

That is usually how the scam works. Return the expensive card after buying the cheaper card.

Similar to hedging your bets in the stock market...
That is not private feedback. Everybody's feedback looks like that, Ebay made that change over a month ago.
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That is not private feedback. Everybody's feedback looks like that, Ebay made that change over a month ago.
this is correct

private FB means you cannot even read it
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Don't cancel the transaction, open an unpaid item case so you can get your fees back and add a strike to his account.

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You can read the feedback itself, but you don't know what he bought.

So he could've bought another card for cheap.

That is usually how the scam works. Return the expensive card after buying the cheaper card.

Similar to hedging your bets in the stock market...
Ben being Ben...

Everybody's feedback looks that way! C'mon Ben, you are not new to selling on E-Bay, you should know this by now lol.
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He then told me that his cousin had died, and now he couldn't pay for the card.
It is well documented that trading cards is the most dangerous hobby in the world, not just to the collector but also to those around us. I feel bad for all our loved ones because we are putting them in harm's way every day that we are sucking air.
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Wait OP did this happen two years ago..?
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