Solid Perfume Forums Solids For Sale Solids For Sale

Viewing 4 posts - 1 through 4 (of 4 total)
  • Author
    Posts
  • kasi
    Member
    Post count: 130

    Ebay had 20 cent listing day today, so I put up some more of my collectcion for sale. Rather than trusting my inventory listing that I still have a solid available for sale, I, this time, pulled each solid and looked at it as I posted the ad.

    This way I won't receive a negative feedback from a ebay member because I sold a solid that I couldn't find immediately. I may have sold it here and forgotten to take it from my inventory. But since she never paid for the solid, I didn't deserve a negative for temporarily losing a solid.

    Whether you girls realize it or not negatives and neutral feedback left at ebay, hurt a sellers rating points and you should try to work out any problems before leaving one. We all know these solid perfumes are small and once you have decided to sell your collection, and gotten rid of the display case, they can easily get lost in my house. As I said, this time, the ones that I have up for sale, I have personally touched in the last 24 hours rather than posting it from my pic list.

    Most of the solids I put up are the very very older solids from the early years, and the ones that are not easy to find anymore. While they may not have the flash and bling on the newer solids, they are part of the history of the solid perfume community whether estee or another manufacturer.

    You can view all my auctions by going to

    My Ebaystore

    Thanks for looking
    Kasi

    Sandra
    Participant
    Post count: 2188

    <img src='style_emoticons//smile.gif’ border=’0′ style=’vertical-align:middle’ alt=’smile.gif’ /> Well that's most sensible, Kasi ! An inventory is good, but I guess it must be kept up to date if you are going to rely on it for selling things!

    I must admit, I wouldn't be too happy if I've watched something for a week on
    Ebay and then gone to the trouble of winning it (which may have involved getting up in the middle of the night, or putting something else off), and then had the seller tell me that they “couldn't find it, sorry!” That would make me VERY angry, actually ! <img src='style_emoticons//mad.gif’ border=’0′ style=’vertical-align:middle’ alt=’mad.gif’ />

    IF the seller had a GOOD or GREAT excuse, I could forgive them and sort it out mutally without leaving neg. feedback. If they were just stuffing me around, then no, it's not acceptable.

    Ebay is a business in a way, and people who sell must be professional as they are dealing with people they don't know who live miles away and there HAS to be trust and honesty at all times for it to succeed.

    That's my 2 cents. <img src='style_emoticons//cool.gif’ border=’0′ style=’vertical-align:middle’ alt=’cool.gif’ />

    Ar
    Member
    Post count: 502

    I have to agree with Sandra.
    I've been very forgiving (eg. a seller sent me the wrong solid and we had to exchange them, but I finally got the one I paid for).
    On the other hand, another seller never sent me a solid and never communicated, so I have pursued restitution but left no feedback because I didn't want any from the seller. The only negative feedback I've received was from a nutcase, too long to go into here…
    While anyone can make an honest mistake (WE realize you would never do it intentionally, Kasi –but others may not know you), ebay is a place of business like any other.
    Ar

    kasi
    Member
    Post count: 130

    QUOTE(Ar @ Mar 16 2007, 01:14 AM)
    .
    While anyone can make an honest mistake (WE realize you would never do it intentionally, Kasi –but others may not know you), ebay is a place of business like any other.
    Ar

    [snapback]23250[/snapback]

    No she knows me, this is her 3rd or 4th purchase from me. And she is currently bidding on another one. I'm still not sure if the original one she bought was preiously sold or just misplaced in my house. I think it is here, I just can't find it right now, which was told to her, and told her I would send her an invoice as soon as I found it. I never even sent an invoice….sigh…but that's ok. it's still my fault for not finding it yet.

    Kasi

Viewing 4 posts - 1 through 4 (of 4 total)
  • You must be logged in to reply to this topic.