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Brent Williams
Believer in Christ. Family of 4: Rebecca, Luke, Hannah. Collecting Cards since 1985 - Selling since 1995. eBay: brentandbecca (link below)
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Brent Williams 2h
Replying to @Brent05cards
well, $2 before fees, right?
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Brent Williams 2h
Replying to @Brent05cards
cool, thanks
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Brent Williams 3h
Replying to @Brent05cards
very nice; that's what I was thinking about doing too; yo do free ship on everything?
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Brent Williams 3h
Replying to @Ryan_Schear
yes, all all-stars are sp/ssp autos $40 is too low to be honest. I would list at $79.99 maybe $99.99 best offer...it should sell for $70-$75, but you may get offers in the $55-$60 range, BUT one guy may be willing to do the $80
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Brent Williams 4h
Replying to @BigScissors
IMO any seller is free to price however they like, high or low...if that's what they want for the card; plus the market fluctuates and prices can go up or down very quickly; but in same regard buyers are free to pass up those higher priced cards
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Brent Williams 4h
Replying to @BigScissors
interesting; if they are priced $5-$10, they might sell for $4-$8, or they might have once sold for $5-$10 when first listed, as prices change and fall often; cards are expensive these days so sometimes folks just want their cost back, although that can be unrealistic
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Brent Williams 4h
often they do just want to re-flip
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Brent Williams 4h
:)
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Brent Williams 4h
Replying to @kms167
yes or 50 cents
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Brent Williams 5h
Replying to @OnceaCub
that should not happen IMO; if it does, the seller better be upfront and clear about it, but even then... nope
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Brent Williams 5h
unreal...kid you not...this buyer JUST now made a $16.35 offer on the card now that it has been relisted...wow
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Brent Williams 5h
Replying to @Mrauder03
interesting, I'm sure it depends on how you handle it; many big sellers are getting 20-50+ negs a month for this; knock on wood; 1000s of shipments a week and no lost with tracking; but at least with tracking you can prove it shipped
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Brent Williams 5h
Replying to @brentandbecca
I guess I should add on STILL PREFER TRACKING option that YOU the buyer would still have to pay the $3-$3.50 shipping on top of the card price
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Brent Williams 5h
haha, I've done that by accident before; sometimes they ask to cancel the one, but usually I'll counter all
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Brent Williams 5h
that I also agree with, just because 9 sell for $10, does not mean the next 1 won't go $20; prices fluctuate all the time...look at 2018 series 2 1983 Brian Anderson autos...most were $3-$8, I just had auction go $30!
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Brent Williams 5h
If a card is $10 or less, I... (If you select PWE and the card does not arrive or arrives damage, are you likely to leave that seller negative/neutral feedback? It seems a good chunk of buyers do)
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Brent Williams 5h
Replying to @biggsdaddycool
sure seems that way :)
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Brent Williams 5h
Replying to @TLFrankKing
haha, I don't mind if they just buy it or pay going rate, but when it's a low offer, or I have 100 and they want best, that gets tougher
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Brent Williams 5h
i loved auctions....all I did for my first 17 years on ebay, until they changed it on us; those were easier times and better IMO; by the way, there is another reason some sellers start higher at first only to lower later (secret, shh)
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Brent Williams 5h
Replying to @therealboblaze
hahahahaha; everyone sees $2.66 on the label without calculating all other costs involved
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