Login

Or
Register Now


Already have an account?
Username:

Password:

Remember me

Lost Your Password?
Main Menu
Collector's Guide Table of Contents
Recent Visitors

Findegil
1 hour 29 minutes ago

Urulöké
1 hour 36 minutes ago

Khamûl
3 hours ago

Qweniden
7 hours 11 minutes ago

St. Troy
7 hours 24 minutes ago

Trotter
8 hours 53 minutes ago

Hadiya
13 hours 11 minutes ago

Earl
15 hours 35 minutes ago
   All Posts (Trotter)


« 1 ... 185 186 187 (188) 189 190 191 ... 354 »


Re: Fake items bought using PayPal
Shirrif
Joined:
2006/6/5 22:04
From Essex, England
Group:
Shirefolk
Fellowship
Shirrif
Posts: 1957
Offline
I agree with all your points, very,very anti-seller and open to serious misuse.

But I am thinking about buying an etching (from a dishonest seller, unlike most sellers who accept PayPal) and destroying it with my money back from PayPal

Posted on: 2012/1/5 12:20


Fake items bought using PayPal
Shirrif
Joined:
2006/6/5 22:04
From Essex, England
Group:
Shirefolk
Fellowship
Shirrif
Posts: 1957
Offline
Like just about every collectable, violins are subject to fakery and claims of fakery – something that a person claiming to be a seller on the site alleges has led to the destruction of what the poster claims was a $2,500 instrument in a PayPal dispute. According to a post on the blog Regretsy the violin was smashed in accordance with PayPal’s terms and conditions. “I sold an old French violin to a buyer in Canada, and the buyer disputed the label,” the poster alleges. Although label disputes in the violin trade aren’t uncommon, the post says, “PayPal made the buyer DESTROY the violin in order to get his money back. They somehow deemed the violin as “counterfeit” even though there is no such thing in the violin world.” And yes, that’s what the PayPal T&C document says: if there’s a dispute over whether an item is authentic, “PayPal may require” the buyer “to destroy the item and provide evidence of its destruction” – in this case leaving the seller not only out-of-pocket, but also without a violin she claims “made it through WWII”.


http://www.theregister.co.uk/2012/01/04/paypal_destroys_violin/

It is surprising reading this that eBay's policy on fake items is to ignore them, I'd love to have seen certain items (such as False-Copyright etchings) being destroyed.

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/ETCHING-TOL ... rints&hash=item256af61397


Posted on: 2012/1/5 6:54


The Professor's birthday
Shirrif
Joined:
2006/6/5 22:04
From Essex, England
Group:
Shirefolk
Fellowship
Shirrif
Posts: 1957
Offline
I have seen all kinds of descriptions of 120 wonderful years since the Professor was born, but surely today would not be his Eleventy-tenth birthday but his twelvety birthday

http://harpervoyagerbooks.com/2012/01 ... e-a-glass-to-jrr-tolkien/

Happy Birthday

Posted on: 2012/1/3 11:56


Tolkien Collector
Shirrif
Joined:
2006/6/5 22:04
From Essex, England
Group:
Shirefolk
Fellowship
Shirrif
Posts: 1957
Offline
Tolkien Collector #32

The latest issue of our occasional magazine, The Tolkien Collector, went out to subscribers just before New Year’s. Those whose subscriptions end with no. 32 will find enclosed a notice to that effect. In addition to the usual sections on new books by and about Tolkien, new translations of Tolkien’s works, and miscellaneous items, Tolkien Collector 32 includes a feature article by David Bratman, ‘A Tolkien Classification System’, describing how David organizes his Tolkien collection. (How do you organize yours?) As usual, we’ve issued The Tolkien Collector more ‘occasionally’ than we’d like, and will try to make it more than an annual publication in 2012. Happy Tolkien’s birthday!


http://wayneandchristina.wordpress.co ... the-tolkien-collector-32/

Posted on: 2012/1/3 6:22


Re: The Wonders of eBay
Shirrif
Joined:
2006/6/5 22:04
From Essex, England
Group:
Shirefolk
Fellowship
Shirrif
Posts: 1957
Offline
If we had a worst binding thread, this one would be a contender.

Posted on: 2012/1/2 3:15



 Top
« 1 ... 185 186 187 (188) 189 190 191 ... 354 »




© 2016 TolkienGuide.com and respective authors. Contact Us