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|Silver Card Talk Member|
No offence but, I've had 3 bad Ebay experiences and they came from 3 different sellers, all in Austin Texas.
I often used eBay to trade off a now defunct hobby (wargaming) and usually start all lots at dump pirzes.
If they go that low, my loss, if they go for a good price, my gain, but I never used the `bay for pure profits. Chances are you won`t get rid of the stuff that way anyways.
Same for some rare ccg cards and such, I list them, let it run it`s 7 day course and if it goes, it goes, otherwise it`ll be just in binders and boxes anyways without conventions or trade meetings in this little country.
My *want* list
There's a show in your country featuring trading card sellers. It's called 'Facts' in Gent, Belgium. www.facts.be Yearly in October. Worth a visit.
What do you call a set missing more than 10 cards?
|Bronze Card Talk Member|
This happened to me twice on Charmed Season 1 autograph cards.
Back when the cards were at their peak, I almost got a Holly Marie Combs and Shannen Doherty for $50 combine and moments before the auction close the seller cancelled the auction and closed it down!
Really, if they want a minimum -rather than offering people a real bargain deal - they should be upfront and put a reserve on it.
At least then the seller makes it clear to bidder than if the reserve isn't met, there's not guarantee they can have the product at a rock bottom price.
Should probably be more legislation in place to try and tackle this recurring issue.
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