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Auction Talk / Re: Seller invoiced higher price after auction end
« Last post by Doug Rose on Yesterday at 07:32:58 AM »
Both feedbacks are damaging to the seller, but there is no excuse for this .....Negative all the way.

As Harry said, he made a mistake and it on him to loose money on shipping. This is what gives sellers a black eye....Doug
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Auction Talk / Re: Seller invoiced higher price after auction end
« Last post by Butch Harlow on Yesterday at 07:02:20 AM »
100% negative all the way. It was a failed swindle. No need for any type of politeness on your part
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Auction Talk / Re: Seller invoiced higher price after auction end
« Last post by HarrySmith on Yesterday at 07:02:06 AM »
In a knee jerk reaction I would say negative but, you did get your money back so maybe neutral with comments about the attempted rip off.

BTW - I sold an item on eBay yesterday. I guessed at the weight when I listed it, I was wrong! After packing it ended up 4 pounds heavier than my guess. It cost me more to ship than the buyer paid but that is my fault, I am not asking the buyer to pay the difference.
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$1569.00 please.

Scott K.
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That is a beauty!

$1,385.00
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Auction Talk / Re: Seller invoiced higher price after auction end
« Last post by FABphones on Yesterday at 04:16:08 AM »
Thanks for the replies. After reading them I contacted the seller again mentioning a couple of the above points and also reminded them that if they cancel they get their fees refunded. This morning a cancel notification was received. No message.

I took a look at the other bids. Two other bidders, both 0 feedback. All increments of 50c bids over my initial bid.

Now the seller will need to relist, and their shenanigans will be mentioned in the feedback I leave. Neutral or Neg?
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Dial Repair & Lubrication / Re: Free Dial testing software available
« Last post by dsk on Yesterday at 02:09:04 AM »
This explaining of pin-out may it be easier to know how to connect to dials of different makes.
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Dial Repair & Lubrication / Re: Free Dial testing software available
« Last post by dsk on Yesterday at 01:51:09 AM »
#1 is right, to not use #6 on this dial is right, but #7 is the common wire, so please switch #7 and #9.

dsk
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