So I mentioned in the eBay hate thread how I was having issues with another seller using my descriptions. Well, now he's acting like a little bitch cause I called him out on it.
Quick back story- interested buyer for my listing asked me why there was a duplicate listing in FL. I told him there wasn't and searched around and found a guy with the same guitar as mine, using MY listing description almost word for word. WTF?
My listing - http://tinyurl.com/7m5wyal
His listing - http://tinyurl.com/6n6mtcw
I just wanted him to know that I knew, and that I didnt appreciate him stealing my description. I didnt even threaten him or anything! This is what I wrote.
"You may want to end this auction before it ends with a winning bidder, considering you didnt describe your item. Instead, you used my listing description. You actually copied and pasted my description word for word. I'm flattered really, but eBay may frown upon selling an item inaccurately described. Please refrain from using any of my descriptions in the future. Thanks."
I just got this back from the lunatic. 4 separate messages in a row.
"unforunately your wrong.....the wording is NOT the same.....
And the guitar is as described....
thanks for your concern tho....
have a GREAT day...."
"And the funny thing is the high bidder has the same guitar word for word becuz he is getting it for his wife.....
"Your just mad that yours didnt sell...And mine did....Maybe you should list yours different next time...."
"actually yours did sell...but i didnt even look at yours pal...
so please refrain from contacting me...I will block you for future...."
I already reported the guy and blocked him from my store before any of this even happened.
So I started to write him back and said "if I was local I'd just go shopping at your store, pal
". I decided to remove the borderline threat, as my account it important to me. So this is what I sent instead.
"You and I BOTH know you used my description. You even used my text color exactly the same! I mean come on, how can you deny it?
And for the record my listing did sell to a stand up guy from New Zealand who was the one that alerted me to the duplicate description in the first place.
I'm not looking to have an eBay message battle with you. Respect the other sellers on here and use your own words."
I'm expecting a childish little bitch response any second now.