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Of unbelievable buyers

It's been a while, sorry guys. :p But now I'm back with new tales of my online selling woes; this time I'm gonna talk of a category of buyers whom I really can't stand, plus a particular episode with an incredibly lazy and opportunistic buyer that happened today.

The category is the condescending cheapskates: all my ads state clearly and multiple times that I don't ship because I prefer meeting the buyer face to face - shipping is an hassle and all online platforms strongly recommend by-hand in-person delivery....yet there are lots of lazy a*ses who agree to hand delivery in the most wanna-punch-you condescending manner as if they were doing me a huge favor....and because of that "favor" they can buy the item with not even pennies but schillings. I'm really getting fed up with this a*shats, so the more time it passes and the more of them I get, the greater and greater are my glee and laughs at refusing their sh*tty offers and seeing them get pi*sed or, better, mad. LMAO

The lazy and opportunistic buyer on the other hand goes like this: today a guy asked me if a touchbar MacBook Pro I'm selling came with pre-installed Photoshop; of course I told him no; so he asked if I could install it for him, but I told him that I'll never install cracked programs....I ain’t gonna spend hours working my a*s off to search and install a working cracked copy for some random stranger…almost certainly for free. The lazy fu*ker can move his a*s and search it himself, I'm not gonna do his job for him.

Sorry for the long ranting post, but when people try to take advantage of me so shamelessly it truly pi*ses me off.
See you all next time; many cheers. XOXO

Posted on October 16 2021 | 0 your truths

Reason to keep eBay as last shopping resort

Recently I’ve been browsing for an Android phone (costing $500-600 tops) to use as secondary device to manage my sales; right now I’m using an iPhone 11 that I bought last year, but I can’t get used to how iOS runs on it so I’m selling it and switching to Android....more precisely to a Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 5G which I already bought new on Amazon, but only after an attempt to buy it used on eBay. Here’s the full story.

The eBay seller was selling a 6-months-old S20 FE at a seemingly fair price, in the color I wanted as well, and was willing to ship; so, I got in touch with the guy and asked him a couple of normal questions - namely the battery status’ percentage and if the phone was branded or no-brand. Since his reply was very vague as well as based on incorrect facts, I politely explained him some details he was missing and, again super nicely, asked about the (simple and very basic) data....at which the guy never replied back and simply vanished....WTF!?
The questions I asked are totally normal, and ones every aware buyer asks before buying a used phone; the fact the seller ignored them and answered vaguely at most is a pretty big red flag that he was not a serious seller (despite his positive feedback), and it’s the aforementioned reason why eBay should alwasy be kept as an absolutely last resort for your shopping - but I would avoid it altogether.

Sorry for the umpteenth mini-rant, but I couldn’t not share this and not let people know about the shady sides of eBay - which are the biggest part of the platform actually.
See you on next entry; many cheers. XOXO

Posted on March 18 2021 | 0 your truths

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