Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by Eduard, May 30, 2020.
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Maybe you can provide an alternate shipping address in the USA if you have friends or relatives here - once the item is out of eBay/MBarr possession, your friend can ship it directly to you in Germany - delivery, customs regulations and health details are left up to Deutsche Post - good luck
on his "page" it should have a link to contact vendor..all listings have that i know i am a seller of collectible toys, stamps and oddities on there
To Germany? A bit sensitive about their past maybe?
Yep - find a PH # from someone here, or on internet, to contact the company OUTside of eBay / PayPal, and contact them.
Good point about 'ITEM' , vs. 'SELLER' [NOT] shipping to GDR.
Of course GDR government would be sensitive about 'NOTSI' history Meow. If your family had them in your lineage, you wouldn't have swastika flag in your yard ?
(if you did, wouldn't bother me (unless maybe Gramps had been KIA in ETO during WWII ; even then, YOU didn't pull trigger, but I'd still ask why you fly the flag ) )
I have pointed out errors and gotten thank-you messages.
Errors are a little different than saying a coin is fake though, lol. Errors can be corrected, fakes would have to be pulled off and not sold (which they didn't do, by the way).
Sorry to hear that.
I was disappointed in their response (or lack of one). I had been a repeat customer who always liked what I bought, and I knew that most people could be fooled by a good $2 1/2 counterfeit, so thought I was being helpful letting them know they had a counterfeit. But instead of a response thanking me, they blocked me. Oh well, I buy a lot of those coins, and they lost a good bidder by blocking me.
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