Bad Ebay Users - The Official Warning Thread

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Post#121 » Tue Jun 12, 2012 2:49 am

Nebuchadnezzar wrote:because Avenger had to ask... :lol: :lol:
And the peanut gallery had to follow.
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Post#122 » Tue Sep 11, 2012 10:26 pm

Fuck this cunt, tried to rip me off:

Gilbra Perry
macqaurie fields
New South Wales
Australia

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Post#123 » Thu Sep 13, 2012 1:01 am

humus wrote:Fuck this cunt, tried to rip me off:

Gilbra Perry
macqaurie fields
New South Wales
Australia
What happened?
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Post#124 » Sat Sep 15, 2012 12:44 pm

Bought record, paid, never received it, had to claim money back through paypal. No communication whatsoever.
The auction I won was a bargain. He had one similar comment in his feedback (never received record because price too low), and with his recent set of auctions there's me and one other guy who left negative for the same reason.

Don't sell on ebay, set a reserve price or put your auctions up with a higher start price if you don't want to sell under a specific price.

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Post#125 » Sun Sep 16, 2012 11:17 am

I've been seeing a lot of this lately. Do people really not realize that any time you auction an item you are taking a risk? I guess setting a reserve price for the extra couple of bucks is unreasonable :roll:
bigfootkit wrote:"Your Steel Is Not True"
stormspell wrote:"I hate all my releases. I only listen to Korn and Limp Bizkit, don't you know..."

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Post#126 » Sun Oct 21, 2012 4:18 pm

false bidders in kreator72's auctions

frecoste

momojirou

devilsronde (momojirou's another account)

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Post#127 » Sun Nov 11, 2012 1:35 pm

gigadeth wrote:false bidders in kreator72's auctions

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momojirou

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My question is, is momojirou just shill bidding or does he sell bootlegs as well?
Because there's a huge offer of about 100 cds on ebay at the moment.

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Post#128 » Sun Nov 11, 2012 2:40 pm

gigadeth wrote:false bidders in kreator72's auctions

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momojirou

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what? false bidders why?

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Post#129 » Tue Dec 04, 2012 8:14 pm

I'd like to share you my experiences with chinese ebayers!
mill*hwang (aka winterlong_hm) bought some CDs from me, and he opened a dispute, where he claims the booklet and the disc is in worse condition than it was described. He said the booklet has indents (lie!), and the disc was polished (lie again!).
"Hi, I am glad that I got your CDs fast, thank you . But it has a problem on CD Arckanum. It was cleaned by machine in very high skill. And the booklet has 2 indents by the jewel case.As a metal collector, I don't want cleaned CD ,even if it is very hard to see the cleaned marks. so I think if you can give me some money back for the balance. I think I can sell it cheaper in order that I don't have a loss on this."

Chinese buyers tend to open paypal dispute after almost every transactions, asking partial refunds to lower the price they had to pay for a particular item. Their claims based on such nonsenses like "the next auction for the same item followed your auction was ended at a lower price, so refund me the difference" (yes, happened with me).

If you have troubles with chinese too, would you share your experience with me here or via email?
Thank you!

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Post#130 » Tue Dec 04, 2012 8:23 pm

emperor.zola wrote: mill*hwang (aka winterlong_hm) bought some CDs from me, and he opened a dispute, where he claims the booklet and the disc is in worse condition than it was described.
haha thats exactly what this motherf*cker did to me too. I even described it in this thread. I blocked him of course and I suggest everyone do it. he is

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Post#131 » Thu Dec 06, 2012 12:49 pm

i know the guy :lol: he used to buy CDs from ebay and sell them to other Chinese.

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Post#132 » Thu Dec 06, 2012 8:26 pm

emperor.zola wrote:I'd like to share you my experiences with chinese ebayers!
mill*hwang (aka winterlong_hm) bought some CDs from me, and he opened a dispute, where he claims the booklet and the disc is in worse condition than it was described. He said the booklet has indents (lie!), and the disc was polished (lie again!).
"Hi, I am glad that I got your CDs fast, thank you . But it has a problem on CD Arckanum. It was cleaned by machine in very high skill. And the booklet has 2 indents by the jewel case.As a metal collector, I don't want cleaned CD ,even if it is very hard to see the cleaned marks. so I think if you can give me some money back for the balance. I think I can sell it cheaper in order that I don't have a loss on this."

Chinese buyers tend to open paypal dispute after almost every transactions, asking partial refunds to lower the price they had to pay for a particular item. Their claims based on such nonsenses like "the next auction for the same item followed your auction was ended at a lower price, so refund me the difference" (yes, happened with me).

If you have troubles with chinese too, would you share your experience with me here or via email?
Thank you!
I had some auctions years ago and two of them were won by chinese buyers. Both opened disputes and claimed that they never received the CD's. Needless to say, I have blocked all chinese bidders from my auctions since and in the future will do the same.
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stormspell wrote:"I hate all my releases. I only listen to Korn and Limp Bizkit, don't you know..."

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Post#133 » Fri Dec 07, 2012 12:04 am

If I remember well I have sold cds to 3 chinese guys until now, never a problem ...

Once I even sent both Assassin cds on SPV (second pressings though) with priority mail, not registered, perfect :lol:

Looks like I have been lucky until now ^^

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Post#134 » Fri Dec 07, 2012 6:57 am

Helstar wrote:If I remember well I have sold cds to 3 chinese guys until now, never a problem ...

Once I even sent both Assassin cds on SPV (second pressings though) with priority mail, not registered, perfect :lol:

Looks like I have been lucky until now ^^
It wouldn't matter anyways. Since you are in Italy all you would have to do is provide a scan of the postal receipt to paypal if a claim was opened and you will automatically win.

Apparently Italy is special in this regard.
bigfootkit wrote:"Your Steel Is Not True"
stormspell wrote:"I hate all my releases. I only listen to Korn and Limp Bizkit, don't you know..."

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Post#135 » Fri Dec 07, 2012 7:41 am

I have sold cds to two chinese sellers with no problems, one even told me he wanted to pay extra for registered shipping even though I didn't require it. The registration number actually fully updated on the usps website when it arrived in china saying it was delivered at his address and everything.

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