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11-25-2012, 03:08 PM #1
Rules for outing bad traders/buyer/sellers?
After a few really bad experiences, I'd like to consistently share with the board/community/world who is engaging in questionable/damaging behavior on auction sites.
Examples: claiming to have never received an item, then selling the same item. Claiming to never have received a low serial numbered item. Claiming an item never arrived and filing a PP claim in a ridiculously short period of time.
What info can I legally include? Auction id. Full name. Address. Card in question.
Let me know.
11-28-2012, 03:19 AM #2
Your best bet would be to contact a mod and let them investigate it instead of outing a member on the boards, because I know that is against the rules.Kevin Garnett collector - own 1501 (25.1%) different! Always looking for more!
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11-29-2012, 02:51 AM #3
Wasn't referring to the boards. I think there are some great systems in place.
More like experiences via known auction sites, things like that. I'm always looking to protect other sellers/traders from going through the bad experiences that can pop up...
12-02-2012, 06:23 AM #4
I believe if you contact a mod they can help you. I want to say there is a section that they put known scammers from auction sites. They keep a list of information. I think it may just be to keep them off this site. Like if someone signs up and info matches that of someone who scams on an auction site. Then they are rejected to join here. Best bet is to contact a mod.Cards and other items available on my Google + page