ya ever ignore ebay questions?
The_Hook_Up 8,182 Posts
edited December 2007 in Strut Central
I know everybody gets the potential bidder with a bazillion questions...along the lines of "are there any pops or clicks", please document all marks on vinyl and jacket, yada yada yada" isnt that what the grade is for? Do thes epeople not understand that if you have around 50 to 100 LPs up for auction EVERY week, there is a good chance you didnt listen to EVERY LP ALL THE WAY THROUGH AND DOCUMENT EVERY CLICK AND POP...so how in the hell are you supposed to answer these questions to these dipshits with an answer that will satisfy them...I just ignore them now, I dont even respond to them anymore...they kinda piss me off...dont these jackasses read your feedback and see the feedbacks that read "Record better than described!" etc?
we listed an LP that I just went ahead and blocked him
from bidding on the item. I just knew he would never be
satisfied, and didn't want to deal with his BS down the line.
He had talked himself right out of a chance at the record.
oh hell no..I have that in there, but it doesnt matter...
Haha! I've done this.
Their questions usually are along the lines of "This record is at $5.95 and I will be out of town when the auctions end... anyway I can pay you in a month?"
yeah, I've had that with shipping questions. Usually from non-english speaking countries.
I'll ignore questions like "Do you offer Media Mail" on an item that's already over $100.
Specifically ones that ask for:
"A better Price on Shipping and or Records"
"I'm not going to buy this but will you burn it to a CD for me"