At 10:31 AM 12/4/2005 -0500, you wrote:
ebay rating is a function of transparency of information (condition, return policy, shipping cost, etc) and efficient execution. it's not an indicator of general price level, since buyers are free to bid whatever they want for an object, or to not enter into the transaction at all.
in other words, i don't think it is legitimate for a buyer to give a seller a negative rating because the price was too high, or indeed to complain in general that the seller "charged too much".
As I said in my original post, he must be having success at these price levels.
On Dec03 21:37, Don Williams wrote:
> Interesting listing on eBay. A relatively clean 3.5F for around $1,200.
> Item # 7568780673
> Seems somewhat high to me but I suppose that the seller has been having success or he wouldn't still be in business.
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