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A hand held tool or device, see if you can guess what it is.
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Re: Let's see who can remember this one

Postby Ridgerunner » Thu Oct 08, 2009 9:15 am

I too use to ride the transit system in Columbus. I remember that unit being a sleeker version. Well Zelph, instead of that big water bottle in the corner to collect your spare change, now you can use your bus counter and know how much you have save and when that disirable stove comes up on ebay, you wont have to count your pennies ! :lol:
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Re: Let's see who can remember this one

Postby realityguy » Thu Oct 08, 2009 9:55 am

now you can use your bus counter and know how much you have save and when that disirable stove comes upthat PAYPAL bill comes in on ebay, you wont have to count your pennies quarters ! :lol:

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Re: Let's see who can remember this one

Postby Ridgerunner » Thu Oct 08, 2009 3:58 pm

realityguy wrote:
now you can use your bus counter and know how much you have save and when that disirable stove comes upthat PAYPAL bill comes in on ebay, you wont have to count your pennies quarters ! :lol:

:mrgreen:

Your looking at the half empty glass again, CUZ. Paypal only hoses the seller just like ebay since they are one and the same! :twisted:
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Re: Let's see who can remember this one

Postby zelph » Thu Oct 08, 2009 4:50 pm

Geehsshh, got a "recurring bill" from paypal and didn't even sell anything this month. Gotta do some bigtime research into this bogus shtuff :evil:
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Re: Let's see who can remember this one

Postby realityguy » Thu Oct 08, 2009 7:19 pm

Geehsshh, got a "recurring bill" from paypal and didn't even sell anything this month. Gotta do some bigtime research into this bogus shtuff :evil:


You''ll probably need a 2x4 just to get their attention. :lol: ..I was thinking of listing some higher priced items but in a week I dropped from 100% down to 0% as a seller(feedback 1600+) and I guess you need to keep enough in your paypal account now to cover what you list..No way in hell would I put $1000+ into a paypal account.They'll screw you out of $5 if they get a chance!
Over the last year I haven't been selling because of getting a bogus negative from a nonpaying bidder that I even took up the case with the local Attorney General's office.Ebay out and out lied to them saying they can't remove negatives(Yes,they can!).Over the year I watched my perfect score dwindle down to nothing because of that one negative and not listing as the DSRs(Detailed Seller's Ratings) drop because the overall counted number of included transactions is only counted for the last 12 months of business.It dropped down to about 70% then jumped back up to 100% when that negative fell off the charts..then dropped to zero as the last 5-6 fell off after that in a week..from about 90 transactions for the few months they were counted before that.
If you haven't sold in awhile,there isn't any incentive to start up again with a lousy feedback score at 0%!..even though your regular score should be about 99% even including that one undeserved negative.
Personally I refuse to give that crooked business any more fricken money!All they are doing is shafting the sellers over more and more each day with each new "Improvement"( :lol: )they add to the site.
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Re: Let's see who can remember this one

Postby realityguy » Thu Oct 08, 2009 7:45 pm

Here..call 1-402-935-2050(paypal US customer service)..tell them to get their head out of their butt and fix the damn thing.. ;) .

AND..if you still have problems..griff@ebay.com(#3 at ebay)..he's about 2% more help than ebay's "Live Help".... :lol: :lol: :lol:
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