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Re: (TV) I've got the e-bay buyer blues
"[william]" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> ...ouch...this one hurt because i am a butcher :) by trade.
> ....isn't this a little like saying ,"are you going to burn the casket we
> just paid $2000 for in the cremation?" .i mean really ,those are a bit
> beyond the realm of this discussion.
Yeah...I like zany analogies.
> ...any time you buy something used,be it at a garage sale or an auction,you
> are taking your chances. what i hoped to point out is that it is up to the
> buyer to ask at least some questions before purchasing. i was burned only
Agreed: as the saying goes, "caveat emptor"!
> once on shipping after i had agreed to buy a cd on ebay. from that point on
> i always ask "how much" if it is not stated in the description.
> TIP:: keep any email correspondence that you may recieve from the seller on
> what he/she may charge for shipping. it is nice to use in holding them to
> their word.
Very good ideas. I certainly will do both.
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