UNDBKB at aol.com
Thu Mar 21 19:42:28 CET 2002
> Hi everyone. I don't mean to rant, but this is something every Duck fan
> should know about. I bid on a signed Carl Barks poster and was defrauded
> the seller (I got the poster, but not with Carl's signature). I thought I
> should let any other possible buyers know about this ebay vendor.
> When I asked the seller about it, this is reply I got:
> I apologize for the confusion. We only had one of the signed posters and
> several unsigned ones. When it was relisted, the title should have been
> changed but was not 'the body of the listing was changed to remove the
> by Carl Barks part, but unfortunately we did not catch the mistake in time
If you wish you can return the poster for a full refund, I apologize for
any inconvenience, we
> are very above board with our merchandise and stand behind everything we
I think you are not being fair to this seller.
He is offering a refund, and apologizing for his mistake.
You knew the price was too good to be true!
Take a lesson, from this experience.
He left you, your first positive feedback, and bent over backwards to
Maybe after you have actually lost money or you have really been swindled by
a seller, you will realize this is not the case here!
LIGHTEN UP! Take the refund or keep the poster.
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