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standupjskiguy 2 posts  |  Last Activity: Sep 4, 2014 2:25 PM Member since: Mar 7, 2003
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    Get out of Ebay stock

    by standupjskiguy Sep 4, 2014 10:08 AM
    standupjskiguy standupjskiguy Sep 4, 2014 2:25 PM Flag

    oh yeah? Buy something and find out a couple weeks later that it was defective and try to get it made good. I had this happen several times in the past few weeks. People selling returned goods.
    People who forget to ship it buy the time you get it you don't need it anymore.
    People who ship the wrong thing then they don't answer emails.
    Look at how many car auctions end with the winning buyer have zero feedback.
    This business model is broken. I've had nothing but good experiences at Amazon.
    Once there was a problem, Amazon took care of me so fast I could not believe it.
    Amazon has reviews not only for the seller for the product as well. Not so at Ebay, you can sell crap all day and nobody will know the item is crap.
    Ebay rules also make you wait and wait and wait. Try waiting ten days for your phone battery because the seller didn't ship it because he got sick. Then he whines, I was sick please reverse my negative feedback.

  • standupjskiguy by standupjskiguy Sep 4, 2014 10:08 AM Flag

    They are all about helping the seller, they don't care about the buyer.
    Hence people will stop buying through them. I have. I'm tried of being ripped off
    and having to wait to file a complaint and leave negative feedback. Meantime the selller
    can keep ripping people off.

    Sentiment: Sell

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