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MidwestVintage@aol.com MidwestVintage@aol.com
Sat, 4 Dec 2004 15:11:35 EST

  I don't think the feedback means there have not been problems.  Take me for 
instance.  I hate to cause problems.  
     One teapot I bought was supposed to be mint.  When I received it there 
was a large chip and a hairline.  There was no material in the packing and you 
could tell the chip had been there for along time.  When I emailed the seller 
he blasted me!  Called me a liar and said it had been in one piece when he 
mailed it to me.  Reminded me I had gotten it for a good price.  I replied that 
yes the price had been good, but that I would not have even bid had I known the 
teapot was chipped and cracked.  It was very nasty.  I couldn't turn it into 
insurance because nothing happened to the pot from shipping.  Did I leave him 
negative feedback?  No, the man frightened me.  I knew he would leave me nasty 
feedback also.  Plus I kept getting nasty emails from him.  I tried to go 
through ebay to get it resolved but did not want to spend $20.00 to get my $18.00 
back.  That's another crock by the way!  I know, I am chicken.  I just am 
very careful about buying now.  In my store we have a money back if the item is 
not as described.  I describe everything accurately and I guess I expected 
everyone else to do the same.
   So anyway I don't think I am the only one out there who doesn't leave the 
feedback when they are not a good seller.  Although I always leave feedback 
for a good seller I do hedge for a bad one.


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