Re: [NTLK] Why I don't buy from Knowledge Navigator (Example #3)

From: Bret Feinblatt <>
Date: Mon May 08 2006 - 23:29:44 EDT

Well, now I feel stupid. I've sold a couple things on eBay, and I
weighed out the whole thing in the box, checked the shipping cost,
and listed it with an accurate and reasonable shipping price.
Note to self: Learn to lie more.


On May 8, 2006, at 6:07 PM, wrote:

> From: "Jon Glass" <>
> Subject: Re: [NTLK] Why I don't buy from Knowledge Navigator
> (Example #3)
> Not to justify what he's doing (because I don't buy from anybody on
> eBay who practices this) but it is a fairly common practice on eBay to
> charge rather exorbitant shipping/handling fees. Some people do it to
> get around eBay fees (BIN $1.00 for a video, and then charge $10 for
> shipping/handling). And others do it because the items are popular or
> it is a seller's market (newton products?), and yet others, I believe,
> do it because they think that people won't pay attention until it's
> too late--and in this, they are usually correct.

Where am I going? And why am I in this handbasket?
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