I was forwarded an estate sale listing from another state. It had products that I was interested in buying for resale, so I contacted the sales agent and asked if she would be willing to ship the items. I reviewed the photos of the products and went over them on the phone with her. She also opened additional boxes and told me the contents. In order to avoid her having to itemize everything out further than “several hundred of these and a few dozen of those” I offered her $3000 for the lot. She accepted the offer and also covered shipping. She told me that the owner had decided to keep some of the men’s colognes. I asked her to be sure she still included the women’s colognes, as well as the “dozens of lip glosses” that she told me were there. Meanwhile, unknown to me, the person who forwarded me the listing visited the sale in person. She bought all the men’s and women’s colognes, all of the lip glosses and the best selling colors of eyeliners. I had paid the $3k on Friday and the seller promised to ship Tuesday. When I contacted her on Tuesday, she made an excuse and delayed shipping for another week. When the packages arrived, all the items that I later found out were purchased by my acquaintance were missing from the shipment. The auction sales person refuses to issue a partial refund, even though she sold the most valuable items twice. She has only said that if I ship everything back to her she will issue a refund of the $3k. Shipping costs more than $500 and she refuses to pay for the return shipping. I want to make certain that she is not allowed to pull this on anyone else, even if I never see a penny back.. I demand Partial money back. I don’t recommend them
- #Dee Perry
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