Semi Bullying via Internet

Is it me or has anyone that has tried to sell on eBay feel bullied when a buyer isn’t completely happy with an item? I know that when listing an item you must be honest, and detailed and pictures never hurt..in order to get the sale. You should also be prompt with your shipping and at least a neat package. This all started after looking in my girls closet 3 months ago and realizing that I have to prepare for another season of clothing and make room in their closet. Well what better way than to sell their mostly brand new(because they were always out of size and season being preemies when someone buys a gift) designer clothed wardrobe that’s better than mine. With this great idea I have been able to lose some stuff to purchase more …Great! However I have encountered some crazies.. Like I would never want to be in that Kansas department store when your big foot doesn’t fit in the actual sized shoe. Can it be that the Internet or eBay gives buyers so much confidence and make sellers so afraid of negativity that the “I’m unhappy with my product” email starts out with insults, capital letters and demands? Really?! Would someone face a cashier or customer service rep that way. There is such a thing as being nice until someone gives a reason not to. Maybe im taking it too personal because these are my precious items, but I swear these items are gorg :). Here’s an example just for goodness sake 🙂 🙂

2 thoughts on “Semi Bullying via Internet

  1. I totally agree!! People do tend to take advantage because it is the Internet. My guess is that people feel bolder posting comments rather than saying it straight to ones face. People should Always be nice no matter what!!

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