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    Default Re: eBay "buyers" tying up listing then cancelling?

    Quote Originally Posted by Tranechaser View Post
    Definitely not SOTW =) It's great to buy horns here, but very hard to sell as everyone is smart and looking for a steal. Seriously though, I do feel safest dealing here compared to anywhere else whether I'm a buyer or a seller. The quality of the horns on here are about as good as you will find as well, people know how to represent them properly.
    Agreed, I've bought and sold a very small number of horns here and the people have been excellent to deal with so far. Maybe not the best bargains around, but good quality and fair prices.
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    Default Re: eBay "buyers" tying up listing then cancelling?

    Okay, I need to rant a bit and this is as good of a place as any. Seriously I have sold the same horn 3 times in the last month... each time the buyer has backed out for one reason or another. It is getting really tiresome.
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    Default Re: eBay "buyers" tying up listing then cancelling?

    I listed a WWBW Guardala on ebay not too long ago. The title, the first sentence and another place mentioned specifically that is was not a handmade because I anticipated a problem. It didn't help much as the first three buyers for it cancelled because it was not a handmade. Most Ebay buyers know there is no consequence beyond possibly being blocked by an individual seller...

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