1. #3931Mar 16, 2017
    Last edited: Mar 16, 2017
    LOL!

    The second (monkey) one is $1.49 including free shipping from China!
     
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  2. There are listings where everything is spelled out specifically yet buyers don't see and read them.

    Nowhere in that listing does it specify that it's the left shoe or that it's only one shoe. (And yes, the picture does show the left but the title and/or description should state that information.)

    ETA: Here's a similar listing from the same seller, presumably for a full pair. Yet the title describes "loafer" (singular) and the picture shows ONLY the left shoe.

    Is it still quite obvious that this listing is also for just one left shoe? Or do we assume based on price that this listing (identical to the other) is for a pair?
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/Coach-Nadia-Women-US-6-Silver-Loafer-/142313156707?hash=item2122867063:g:JOYAAOSwOddYyAoU
     
  3. First of all, the second listing says NWB which seems odd for a single shoe. It also uses the word shoes in the description. As a buyer who reads the description, I would expect more than one shoe. I may be disappointed but.....


    ETA I see on the pre-owned one, it says shoes, also. But, the NWB makes me think it should be a pair. Who knows anymore?
     
  4. If they are brand new shoes, I can understand a seller only showing one, but for used shoes, especially ones that are in as bad shape as that one pictured, buyers would need to see both. If the buyer was expecting two shoes and only got one, I wonder if they would win a SNAD.
     
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  5. Stay away from this Seller!! All Fakes!! Fake Prada (ATPrada thread) & Louis Vuitton items! :nuke:


    chico2009natalya :nono:
     
  6. Such a shame these scammers! She sure seems to be raking it in for herself. So many walking around with fake bags that they think are authentic.
     
  7. Has this been posted yet? A Trump Voo-, I mean, ahem, a cheetos chip with needles on it selling for $3 starting bid.
    https://www.ebay.com/itm/192127521629

    Screenshots below in case it gets taken down. They claim it's "Handmade."
     
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  8. The same seller has an Hermes bag with pictures taken from a Chinese (fake selling?) website and LV with pictures stolen from a Japanese seller on Rakuten.

    I wonder what the buyers will get.

    His listing: http://www.ebay.com/itm/Hermes-Kelly-32cm-Dark-Purple-Litchi-/182500382444?hash=item2a7dded6ec:g:Na8AAOSwmgJY0-V4
    Pictures from: http://www.lvsmp.com/goods-5354.html

    His listing: http://www.ebay.com/itm/bag-Louis-Vuitton-Porte-documents-Jour-/182501751291?hash=item2a7df3b9fb%3Ag%3AA-8AAOSwc-tY1V7f&nma=true&si=HYccTfWv5OQJb%252BZqMZgbBqlf9VE%253D&orig_cvip=true&rt=nc&_trksid=p2047675.l2557
    Pictures from: http://item.rakuten.co.jp/kaiul/43906/
     
  9. Yes the Hermes kelly is counterfeit and a bad one at that.
     
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  11. I did not, but I will admit we own a seat heater that has a light. Let me point out that this was DHs purchase, not mine! Unfortunately that means my children will only use my bathroom, no matter what time of day (or NIGHT ) it is!
     
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  12. Yes!! My husband is also the toilet snob in our household but I am 100% converted. It needs a heater, light, open/close, flush and "clean". Not negotiable!
     
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  13. Did you see the negs?

    A lot of buyers complaining about it not being delivered in time and coming from China.
    http://feedback.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewFeedback2&userid=gearxs&myworld=true&items=25&iid=-1&de=off&which=negative&interval=365

    Also, what's with the Revised Feedback: 2067?