[Ancientartifacts] Re: Is this authentic?

when I buy something I am not satisfied with, I do the big boy thing
and eat my loss. I take the chance and I accept the loss. If the
seller accepts returns, I will but only with the stipulation that my
apology is accepted for his lost time and I repay the costs he
incurred with the listing.

Auctions run for a minimum of 5 days and that is ample time to ask
questions and posts images on sites like this.
If you are too lazy to do that, you should take the loss or use the
right of return if one is offered.

Doesn't cost the seller anything? Are you really that ignorant?
Incredible. Do you think eBay is free? Have you ever heard of listing
fees and final values fees. Probably not, the self righteous and self
centered usually are unaware of others.
And a relisted item will seldom fetch as high a price as it did the
first time.

--- In Ancientartifacts@yahoogroups.com, Gary Jensen <gjkmt1946@...>
> So........anytime YOU find you have made a mistake , just go ahead
and follow it through and take it in the shorts? Even if it means
YOU are getting "stiffed". Articles are usually paid for before
shipping, so there is no way a seller is going to get "stiffed", it
is simply a "lost sale". Big deal~ If you are the seller of the item
this fellow is speaking of perhaps you should just lighten up and
make the sale, since he is asking the right people to find his
answer. There are hundreds of "ethical" bidders getting stiffed on
ebay every day. That's the reason this group exists?
> Gary Jensen
> ----- Original Message ----
> From: Steve Minor <relicdigar@...>
> To: Ancientartifacts@yahoogroups.com
> Sent: Wednesday, April 23, 2008 6:01:21 PM
> Subject: [Ancientartifacts] Re: Is this authentic?
> Joe,
> Please never bid on anything I put up for auction. (nevermind, you
> now blocked). Have you ever considered gaining your education
> you place your bids? Have you ever considered being an ethical
> To "stiff" a seller is theft, pure and simple. You had plenty of
> to post your questions or contact the seller. You have entered into
> contract and you should follow it. Grow up.
> Steve Minor
> --- In Ancientartifacts@ yahoogroups. com, "joeb3720" <joebartz@ .>
> wrote:
> >
> > Hi all,
> >
> > I just made a 'leap of faith' on this artifact:
> >
> > http://tinyurl. com/5nl4ah
> >
> > Before I pay for it, is this handaxe authentic? If not, I will
> > they seller.
> >
> > Thanks for the help,
> > Joe
> >
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