First post, by Iris030380
So I've been selling things on eBay for a while. It was good for a time, but eventually I got a negative feedback from some buyer. They bought an orignal wrapped Windows 95 USB Support CD, in the bag sealed with the manual and COA. But they wrote " Was expecting a USB KEY! There was no such key! Maybe it's my lack of experience, but buyer is suspect! No pen drive included! ".
ebay went ahead and, despite my numerous complaints, allowed his negative feedback to remain. Despite him admitting that he (or she) was confused. I sold exactly what I listed. Even went to my usual length of including a bag of haribos and double bubble wrapping everything as per usual. Now I am "suspect". Now I am not to be trusted.
Had my fill. It was bad enough that eBay take their fees, and hold money for EONS (over 3 weeks), long after you posted the items and got good feedback! This was the straw that nuked the camels back.
So. is there anywhere else, for me to sell the rest of my horde? I haven't even finished GPU's, yet I'm face with buckets of EDO, SD, DDR ram. CPUS! Full systems. The works. But I refuse to support a platform that screws me over for no fault of my own.
Forget Amibay. I've been there, takes a month of foruming to even get something posted and replied to. Is there any valid alternative to eBay?
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