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stoptheinsanity2000 7 posts  |  Last Activity: Aug 28, 2015 5:23 PM Member since: Jul 21, 1999
  • This week we have two unbelievably ridiculous complaint examples: First, there is the person who says their item is "Not as described" because "it's missing the white thingy". They don't know what's missing, but something is missing...We asked for an explanation. It appears the customer believes an additional item was supposed to be included, BUT THEY DON'T KNOW WHAT IT IS, however the listing clearly states, multiple times, WHAT IS INCLUDED AND WHAT IS NOT INCLUDED, WHAT IS THE "THINGY"??? but we haven't received a response yet. Second example is from a fellow who says the item he ordered is "Not as described" because "it does not work with the item he ordered" WHAT THE "BLEEP" DOES THAT MEAN ??????...C'MON!!!!...This is what happens when Ebay makes their "RESOLUTION" system Too easy for buyers to file complaints. If they can't accurately describe the problem, they should NOT BE ABLE TO FILE A COMPLAINT!!!!!!!!!!!

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    It is capitulation

    by frank_capra_05 Aug 21, 2015 1:40 PM
    stoptheinsanity2000 stoptheinsanity2000 Aug 21, 2015 5:57 PM Flag

    You shouldn't have said "probably" shows you are the "dolt" more certain of yourself. If you
    really think the market is going down another 20 to 30 percent, then shout it loud and clear...non of this "probably" nonsense.......but you said "probably"....So you're a Weenie too!!!!!........ AAPL is NOT going to 40 any time soon...The market isn't going down another 20 to 30 percent any time soon. This past week, we saw a flush out on increasing volume, that is typical as a correction comes to an end...Regarding a "Death Cross", in the context of a bull market ( which this is) it means a dip and run back up........Look for that in the coming weeks and months.

  • stoptheinsanity2000 stoptheinsanity2000 Jul 21, 2015 6:40 PM Flag

    Get your facts straight !There was no Paypal chargeback fee one year ago. It has nothing to do with Obama. Charge-backs are often caused by fraudulent buyers from Ebay. As far as this stock. Ebay/Paypal are now trading at about a 15% premium to the split up. Ebay sales have dropped dramatically in the last few days, which means Paypal revenue has also dropped dramatically. Keep an eye on what Ebay sellers are saying about sales. If the sales slump continues, both Ebay and Paypal are a Sell, as obviously there should be no premium to the stock if there is a sales slump.

  • stoptheinsanity2000 stoptheinsanity2000 Jul 21, 2015 2:30 PM Flag

    It is very simple. I wanted my order shipped to an alternate address, it could be another residence of mine, a friend or a relative, it doesn't mater. The seller sent it to an incorrect address, and Ebay will not let me file a claim, however, apparently everyone else is entitled to file claims against me even when my item has been delivered to the correct address. It is OBVIOUS FAVORITISM!!!!!

  • In the last week our cancellations have been more than our completed orders. Also, returns are way above normal in the last month. This can't continue or it's lights out !

  • If they impose this fee too much, you can expect an Investigation and it's going to cost the bottom line.

  • stoptheinsanity2000 by stoptheinsanity2000 Jul 20, 2015 6:38 PM Flag

    We purchased an item from an Ebay seller with twice as much feedback as us. we wanted the item shipped to our Ebay buyer's address. The Ebay seller sent it to a wrong address. Our Ebay buyer filed a claim against us, but when we attempted to file a claim against the Ebay seller., there was no option to do it, only a "Contact Seller" option. So Our Ebay buyer can ding us, but we can't ding the Ebay seller. Looks like Ebay is playing Favorites !!!

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