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post #26 of 190
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Yeah OK I understand what you are saying and all. But if you read one of my first replys, I do state that I would not do it again, because a forum member told me what the possibilities are. I did not read everysingle ebay rule, I bet a lot of us did not. So why when some people read this they assume I am doing this on a regular basis? And respond the way they do? Ha, i should have just asked meself the question. It does not really matter what anyone thinks but me. HF was pretty cool at first.

And instead of ebay trying to take action against this forum they should do it against people selling fakes on there site, Since they have all these rules
post #27 of 190
awwie. Its cool. I didnt know the rule either. I think like 2 years ago I messaged maybe 3 people telling them what they were bidding on were fake (but it was dior bags) but thye didnt respond or anything like that so i guess they didnt care. UNLESS it was those people who bid only to up the bid O_O.

But about the topic question...i guess it's already been answered by everyone.
Lets all hug =)
post #28 of 190
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^I'm a big girl
post #29 of 190
You can say what Sharijasmine did is in the "best spirit" or whatever else, but alot of replies weren't like that in the beginning. They came across as scolding or a "you should know better". And they kept coming, saying the same thing. Why does a little harmless question have to create a big sarcastic post with so much drama? I guess you can't support another member if no one else is right? Majority has to be followed or it's "frowned upon". Whatever.
If sharijasmine gets kicked off ebay for letting people know that there are illegal fakes- and she blames me? We live close enough - I can get whatever she wants from ebay and have it gift sent to her.

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post #30 of 190
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Originally Posted by star11
You can say what Sharijasmine did is in the "best spirit" or whatever else, but alot of replies weren't like that in the beginning. They came across as scolding or a "you should know better".
The first couple of replies:

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Originally Posted by mizzboxy
That's against ebay policy, I think they call it "interferance" even though most of us want to tell bidders they are bidding on fakes we can't according to the ebay rules...it sucks I know. But then again sometimes people just don't care if they wear fakes either
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Originally Posted by idalis
No, it's against eBay policy. I know it's meant in the best spirit, but auction interference is not the proper way to go about this. I for one am glad that emailing bidders is not allowed. If it were, then the fake sellers could do it to OUR auctions too.
I personally don't see what's so nasty about their responses. The question was, "You think we should notify bidders of fake jeans and introduce them to this site?" and they gave their opinions and stated why they felt as such.

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Originally Posted by star11
And they kept coming, saying the same thing.
When one asks a question such as, "You think we should notify bidders of fake jeans and introduce them to this site?" here, one should expect to elicit similar responses from members, especially since most of us have been buying and/or selling on eBay for several years and are very familiar with their policies. Why bother asking a question of opinion ('You think we should . . . ?') on a public messageboard with over 6,000 members if you don't want to hear responses on whether people agree or disagree with your standpoint? Use the private messaging feature if you don't want a range of responses from the general public.
post #31 of 190
I agree with Linds. i dont think anyone was trying to be mean. They were trying to give the best advice to help you not get kicked off ebay.
post #32 of 190
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Originally Posted by Linds
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Originally Posted by star11
You can say what Sharijasmine did is in the "best spirit" or whatever else, but alot of replies weren't like that in the beginning. They came across as scolding or a "you should know better".
The first couple of replies:

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Originally Posted by mizzboxy
That's against ebay policy, I think they call it "interferance" even though most of us want to tell bidders they are bidding on fakes we can't according to the ebay rules...it sucks I know. But then again sometimes people just don't care if they wear fakes either
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Originally Posted by idalis
No, it's against eBay policy. I know it's meant in the best spirit, but auction interference is not the proper way to go about this. I for one am glad that emailing bidders is not allowed. If it were, then the fake sellers could do it to OUR auctions too.
I personally don't see what's so nasty about their responses. The question was, "You think we should notify bidders of fake jeans and introduce them to this site?" and they gave their opinions and stated why they felt as such.

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Originally Posted by star11
And they kept coming, saying the same thing.
When one asks a question such as, "You think we should notify bidders of fake jeans and introduce them to this site?" here, one should expect to elicit similar responses from members, especially since most of us have been buying and/or selling on eBay for several years and are very familiar with their policies. Why bother asking a question of opinion ('You think we should . . . ?') on a public messageboard with over 6,000 members if you don't want to hear responses on whether people agree or disagree with your standpoint? Use the private messaging feature if you don't want a range of responses from the general public.

I asked for opinions not attitude problems
post #33 of 190
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Originally Posted by idalis
And star won't be affected at all if you're suspended... so....
This is the comment of a know it all
post #34 of 190
What attitude No one was trying to be rude.
post #35 of 190
I can see no rudeness either,
post #36 of 190
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Originally Posted by Linds
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Originally Posted by star11
You can say what Sharijasmine did is in the "best spirit" or whatever else, but alot of replies weren't like that in the beginning. They came across as scolding or a "you should know better".
The first couple of replies:

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Originally Posted by mizzboxy
That's against ebay policy, I think they call it "interferance" even though most of us want to tell bidders they are bidding on fakes we can't according to the ebay rules...it sucks I know. But then again sometimes people just don't care if they wear fakes either
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Originally Posted by idalis
No, it's against eBay policy. I know it's meant in the best spirit, but auction interference is not the proper way to go about this. I for one am glad that emailing bidders is not allowed. If it were, then the fake sellers could do it to OUR auctions too.
I personally don't see what's so nasty about their responses. The question was, "You think we should notify bidders of fake jeans and introduce them to this site?" and they gave their opinions and stated why they felt as such.

Quote:
Originally Posted by star11
And they kept coming, saying the same thing.
When one asks a question such as, "You think we should notify bidders of fake jeans and introduce them to this site?" here, one should expect to elicit similar responses from members, especially since most of us have been buying and/or selling on eBay for several years and are very familiar with their policies. Why bother asking a question of opinion ('You think we should . . . ?') on a public messageboard with over 6,000 members if you don't want to hear responses on whether people agree or disagree with your standpoint? Use the private messaging feature if you don't want a range of responses from the general public.
Linds, you picked the comments of people who are giving an actual response, but Idialis second comment, and people who quote that, is what I mean. Someone stated previously I could get kicked off ebay, and Idialis second comment is just uncalled for. I have sense enough to know if I do something I will take on the consequenses myself
post #37 of 190
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Originally Posted by sharijasmine
Linds, you picked the comments of people who are giving an actual response, but Idialis second comment, and people who quote that, is what I mean. Someone stated previously I could get kicked off ebay, and Idialis second comment is just uncalled for. I have sense enough to know if I do something I will take on the consequenses myself
Star said, "alot of replies weren't like that in the beginning" . . . hence, that's why I quoted the first couple of responses.

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Originally Posted by star11
You can say what Sharijasmine did is in the "best spirit" or whatever else, but alot of replies weren't like that in the beginning. They came across as scolding or a "you should know better".
I dunno . . . this just my opinion, and being that this is a public messageboard, I'm going to give it. The way I see it, it all boils down to this: people do or say things others don't like and/or don't agree with every day, and with 6,000+ members from all over the world here at the HonestForum, this place is definitely no different. There are plenty of people here with "attitude problems" telling each other, 'If you can't take the heat, then get out of the kitchen.' Take Chris (csirip), for example . . . I know he gets PMs practically on a daily basis from people here who don't like his opinions, lifestyle, attitude, language, etc. If you please, just take things that others say with a grain of salt and ignore advice . . . like you said, you're a big girl and you'll learn your own lessons.
post #38 of 190
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[quote="Linds"]
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Originally Posted by sharijasmine
Linds, you picked the comments of people who are giving an actual response, but Idialis second comment, and people who quote that, is what I mean. Someone stated previously I could get kicked off ebay, and Idialis second comment is just uncalled for. I have sense enough to know if I do something I will take on the consequenses myself
Star said, "alot of replies weren't like that in the beginning" . . . hence, that's why I quoted the first couple of responses.

[quote="star11"]You can say what Sharijasmine did is in the "best spirit" or whatever else, but alot of replies weren't like that in the beginning. They came across as scolding or a "you should know better"

I dunno . . . this just my opinion, and being that this is a public messageboard, I'm going to give it. The way I see it, it all boils down to this: people do or say things others don't like and/or don't agree with every day, and with 6,000+ members from all over the world here at the HonestForum, this place is definitely no different. There are plenty of people here with "attitude problems" telling each other, 'If you can't take the heat, then get out of the kitchen. Take Chris (csirip), for example . . . I know he gets PMs practically on a daily basis from people here who don't like his opinions, lifestyle, attitude, language, etc. If you please, just take things that others say with a grain of salt and ignore advice . . . like you said, you're a big girl and you'll learn your own lessons.


Exactly, thats why what it all boils down to is "my opinion is the only opinion that really counts"
post #39 of 190
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Originally Posted by Linds
If you please, just take things that others say with a grain of salt and ignore advice . . . like you said, you're a big girl and you'll learn your own lessons
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Originally Posted by sharijasmine
Exactly, thats why what it all boils down to is "my opinion is the only opinion that really counts"
Then why in the world did you start this thread and ask for opinions?
post #40 of 190
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Originally Posted by bingothedingo
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Originally Posted by Linds
If you please, just take things that others say with a grain of salt and ignore advice . . . like you said, you're a big girl and you'll learn your own lessons
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Originally Posted by sharijasmine
Exactly, thats why what it all boils down to is "my opinion is the only opinion that really counts"
Then why in the world did you start this thread and ask for opinions?
Hi Bingo...I'm Lea, we've never talked but I always enjoy your posts, and I've been meaning to thank you forever- when I first joined and would be trolling the board super-late at night you would always find the kick-ass BIN's in my size (27 btw...lol) and I got a couple of nice pairs of jeans thanks to you! So thanks...and keep em coming!
post #41 of 190
this is all getting wayyy out of hand..I didn't see anything mean in any of the responses- I know sometimes things can be read to mean different things but sharijasmine, no one here was trying to be mean to you They were just saying what they felt, and in fact, trying to help you out in case you didn't know that you could be suspended for "interference" by eBay!
post #42 of 190
I think there are two ways to take things. If you come to it expecting it to be negative it will be negative. Maybe if you look at things from a more positive perspective, you would see the majority of responses were meant to help you, not scold you. I stated my opinion on this based on other thoughts. I understand that you want to do something good, but why do it at your own risk? And why complain when people speak that opinion?
post #43 of 190
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Originally Posted by bingothedingo
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Originally Posted by Linds
If you please, just take things that others say with a grain of salt and ignore advice . . . like you said, you're a big girl and you'll learn your own lessons
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Originally Posted by sharijasmine
Exactly, thats why what it all boils down to is "my opinion is the only opinion that really counts"
Then why in the world did you start this thread and ask for opinions?
Hi Bingo...I'm Lea, we've never talked but I always enjoy your posts, and I've been meaning to thank you forever- when I first joined and would be trolling the board super-late at night you would always find the kick-ass BIN's in my size (27 btw...lol) and I got a couple of nice pairs of jeans thanks to you! So thanks...and keep em coming!
Awww, thanks Lea! You are too sweet. I love when other HFers get the good deals that are posted here. Your pup is a real cutie! That's one of the cutest pet pictures I've ever seen.
post #44 of 190
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Originally Posted by bingothedingo
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Originally Posted by Linds
If you please, just take things that others say with a grain of salt and ignore advice . . . like you said, you're a big girl and you'll learn your own lessons
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Originally Posted by sharijasmine
Exactly, thats why what it all boils down to is "my opinion is the only opinion that really counts"
Then why in the world did you start this thread and ask for opinions?
Why does anyone start a thread asking for opinions. Anyone can give an opinion, but it's up to that person to do what they want to do. When you start a thread asking for opinions u are still going to do what you want . Anything else?
post #45 of 190
I say lock the thread its going nowhere it seems like certain people are bickering just to [hear themselves talk]....no, look at they're words on a computer screen...who cares...its over! Lets shop!
post #46 of 190
[quote="lealove1975"]I say lock the thread its going nowhere

post #47 of 190
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Originally Posted by sweetiepie2209
this is all getting wayyy out of hand..I didn't see anything mean in any of the responses- I know sometimes things can be read to mean different things but sharijasmine, no one here was trying to be mean to you They were just saying what they felt, and in fact, trying to help you out in case you didn't know that you could be suspended for "interference" by eBay!
No, its not that sweetiepie it was really Idialis funny little comment that I was referring to. After she mentioned some cool advice she came back and made a comment irrelavent to the situation.
post #48 of 190
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Originally Posted by lealove1975
I say lock the thread its going nowhere it seems like certain people are bickering just to [hear themselves talk]....no, look at they're words on a computer screen...who cares...its over! Lets shop![/quote]
I've never agreed more

I never stopped the shopping
post #49 of 190
I won't attempt to speak for idalis, but this is how I interpreted her comment. I don't think she was trying to take a jab at you, sharijasmine, but was rather remarking on the irresponsibility of star's cheering you on to do more auction interference when you are the only one that can suffer from the consequences and she loses nothing by encouraging your risky behavior.
post #50 of 190
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Originally Posted by Cmercury1
I won't attempt to speak for idalis, but this is how I interpreted her comment. I don't think she was trying to take a jab at you, sharijasmine, but was rather remarking on the irresponsibility of star's cheering you on to do more auction interference when you are the only one that can suffer from the consequences and she loses nothing by encouraging your risky behavior.
Thou hast spoken for me 100% accurately. Thanks
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