#5577861 - 04/05/1202:31 PMRe: Ever have an ebay buyer that is demanding his comics be in mylar
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Loc: People's Republic of Boston, M...
Originally Posted By: DiceX
Refund the guy's money, cancel the transaction, and block him from bidding on your auctions. I think this guy is trouble you don't need.
...and please share his user name so others can block him if they wish to do so.
+1. Or you could just tell him that the shipment will delayed a week while you make a run down to the LCS to pick up the mylars, in which you will then have to assess him an additional fee for the cost of the mylars as well as a handling fee for added work.
. . . . . Yeah, I sort of like early Bronze Age Bats, raw or slabbed. I don't discriminate.
These guys aren't too bad either. Missing just two.
are you sure by "mylars" he doesn't generically mean "comic bags" as in he doesn't want them free floating all over the place? some people think all comic bags are made of mylar. my comic shop does not even sell mylars per se, though they have 18 different kinds of poly bags. tell him you don't have them and can't get them where you live, but you had planned on shipping them in an archival safe clear comic bag, etc.
#5578043 - 04/05/1203:59 PMRe: Ever have an ebay buyer that is demanding his comics be in mylar
cd4evercd4ever This has been an educational post with no harm or ill will intented towards anyone & may I remind the mods I have been on these boards for nearly 10 years with nary a strike & only one warning & that was years & years ago. So please don't ban me.
Loc: Somewhere in middle America
Originally Posted By: seanfingh
Originally Posted By: krighton
Actually he used the word MUST...sold 17 comics in a lot. Apparently it's not possible for the comics to arrive undamaged unless they're in mylar.