3855Re: [TheCostumersManifesto] Fabric on Ebay
- Dec 5, 2003To find fabricguru, go to
To find it again on your own, go to http://www.ebay.com
Click on "Search" in the menu at the top of the screen.
Click on the "By Seller" tab
Enter "fabricguru" in the "single seller" box and click "Search"
This will display a list of that seller's offerings.
WARNING! Before registering and bidding, you should read
Also, if you want to shop for something expensive or important, start
with a few little buys, to learn the ropes. Remember, if it seems to
cheap to be true, it probably isn't true. Many sellers don't know silk
from polyester, and some deliberately mislead the buyer. Think about
what is NOT mentioned in the Item Description. That often says more
than what IS said.
Another thing I do if I'm unsure whether I want to deal with a seller is
to send a question. If they reply, that's a good sign. If they don't
reply, and I'm unsure, I find someone else.
Finally, remember that as with dealing with the general public, there
are always a few people a seller can't please all the time. I've found
that an average of up to 3% complaints in feedback is still okay. Over
5% complaints and I worry. Check the feedback left by the seller on the
complainer's feedback (link in the box near the top); be wary of anyone
who gets into a "war of words" with complaining buyers.
Caveat Emptor! 'Nuff Said.
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