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Re: The Wonders of eBay
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From the Festival Art and Books website:


Returns accepted within 7 days. Please notify me for approval before sending. Returns accepted on the basis the item is seriously not as described and if full list price is paid.


So, presumably if a book is seriously misdescribed, but the buyer didn't pay full list price, there is no refund...? Also, if a book is only a bit misdescribed (surely it is either misdescribed or not?) then also no refund applies...?

The fact is that in the UK, one has certain statutory rights, and misdescribing a product breaches those rights, so a refund is pretty much always going to be legally applicable in cases of misdescription.

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Never mind that --The Wonders of eBay has made 100 pages!!

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I hestitate to give the BNP any publicity whatsoever, but I am disturbed to find them co-opting Tolkien to their cause.

"Many articles including titles such as 'Tolkien's Warning on International Finance' "

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/BNP-Voice-F ... ain_3&hash=item3cc2d4c176

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It'll also be interesting to see what this Super Deluxe CoH goes for, in a pretty open auction, which started low (£50) with no reserve.

JRR Tolkien The Children of Hurin (Super Deluxe #130)

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