[CR]Speaking of ebay bidders with zero feedback.. and STronglight 99 Right arm.


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Date: Thu, 21 Jul 2005 17:38:24 -0400
From: "HM & SS Sachs" <sachs@erols.com>
To: Classic Rendezvous <classicrendezvous@bikelist.org>, marcgarcia80@ameritech.net
Subject: [CR]Speaking of ebay bidders with zero feedback.. and STronglight 99 Right arm.


marc garcia wrote about zero feedback bidders, and I just wanted to add one note. I don't believe that I have any feedback, because I have had only two transactions over a long period of time. If you see bidding under my name, (Mt-Laurel), I don't bid unless I am serious. I usually put in a bid up to the max I'm willing to pay, and then sit back. Usually I underbid and am disappointed, but that's life.

But, if you have a decent Stronglight 99 right arm, please let me know.

So, sometimes, just occasionally perhaps, there are legitimate folks who just don't do much ebay and thus really don't have much feedback.

harvey sachs mcLean va. ++++++++++++++ I know this has been touched on but I just wanted to add my complaint. There really does seem to be a rash of zero feedback bidders on ebay in recent weeks.

Just yesterday I was going to bid on this: http://ebay.com/<blah>

Item #:7169679578 A raleigh clubman. In the last few minutes someone with zero feedback showed up and started driving up the price. I don't believe the seller is on the CR list, if he is I apologize, but it seemed like schill bidding to me.

It's been happening alot lately and with everyone else mentioning it I've gotten paranoid. I was going to bid on the clubman but decided not to figuring things might have gotten out of hand, I'm sorry I didn't.

Just figured I'd offer my 2 cents.

marc garica
chicago IL