Dealing with Fussy costumer (what do you guys think?)

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HeavySoul
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Dealing with Fussy costumer (what do you guys think?)

Post by HeavySoul » Thu Mar 29, 2012 1:43 am

Fussy costumer!!! The costumer gasoline_rainbow_vtg leave me 1st negative feedback just because of holes on Very Old Vintage 1978 shirt that i've already mentioned used and pictured the flaw http://www.ebay.com/itm/150765467152#ht_930wt_1037 . still in conversation wanna gave him full refund but refused! he should know that. don't ever think that vintage shirt is in good condition!! haha. just change your ID name and don't put that Vintage!!!
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Re: Dealing with Fussy costumer (what do you guys think?)

Post by Frank » Sat Mar 31, 2012 8:01 pm

Rainbow Gasoline or is it Gasoline Rainbow has a bit of a history detailed elsewhere on this forum.
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Re: Dealing with Fussy costumer (what do you guys think?)

Post by HeavySoul » Sun Apr 01, 2012 4:18 am

yes, it's him.. that's his new account. i don't know anything about him before this... he left me negative feedback for no good reason.. since he has the shirt and then sell in on other site with the same way damages i did on ebay.. see this link

etsy.com/listing/63466689/vintage-80s-the-cars-concert-tour-shirt

and then compare with my listing on ebay.
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Re: Dealing with Fussy costumer (what do you guys think?)

Post by jimmyj » Sun Apr 01, 2012 1:47 pm

Guy is a dirt bag, time and time again. But I'm sure he gets pleasure out of screwing people over.
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Re: Dealing with Fussy costumer (what do you guys think?)

Post by jimmyj » Sun Apr 01, 2012 10:05 pm

Why do the most evil people in the world always have white cats?

From You Only Live Twice James Bond villain Ernst Stavro Blofeld to Vintage t-shirt dealer Joe Rockwell - aka Rainbowgasoline aka gasoline_rainbow_vtg ...
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Re: Dealing with Fussy costumer (what do you guys think?)

Post by hermosavtg » Mon Apr 02, 2012 4:27 pm

Have you contacted eBay and appealed the feedback? I saw in your original listing you have a photo of the holes he was complaining about. Add that to his listing on etsy and you might have a case for feedback removal, and other possible actions taking against him for feedback abuse.
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Re: Dealing with Fussy costumer (what do you guys think?)

Post by HeavySoul » Wed Apr 04, 2012 9:53 am

Yes, Already contact ebay regarding this and give them etsy link and told them compare what he listing and mine. all the same flaws... but ebay can't remove the feedback. i don't know why..
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Re: Dealing with Fussy costumer (what do you guys think?)

Post by Cadivend » Mon Jul 14, 2014 1:40 pm

Now this Joe Rockwell is going under the ebay name of gummybearcavity. Would not recommend dealing with him at all.
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Re: Dealing with Fussy costumer (what do you guys think?)

Post by jimmyj » Mon Jul 14, 2014 6:11 pm

Thanks for the heads-up - noticed he gave you a negative, seems to deal them out pretty frequently.
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