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Old 08-02-2017, 08:47 PM
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Actually my view changed on that between the time I posted the photos and made comments about keeping the cards and asking about law enforcement. The more I inspected the cards, the more I saw small flaws covered up. So returns are in progress.

That would be why.....
Dave, (Stonepony) made some excellent points so I am glad to read you are returning "ALL" your cards and not just the ones where you felt she took things just a little too far.

Thanks again for this info/pics. A lot of us on here were waiting for someone to post pics of the cards they purchased from her to do a comparison with her listings.
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Old 08-02-2017, 09:04 PM
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Dave, (Stonepony) made some excellent points so I am glad to read you are returning "ALL" your cards and not just the ones where you felt she took things just a little too far.

Thanks again for this info/pics. A lot of us on here were waiting for someone to post pics of the cards they purchased from her to do a comparison with her listings.
Trust me, I wrestled with that a lot. Some of the cards were just nice, even after I inspected them several more times. So the parts of me that loves the cards, that thinks I could get them graded and make money to buy more cards and the part of me that wants to say F*ck that F#cker were fighting. The latter won out.

That said, if there were a law enforcement angle, still having the cards would likely have helped. I'm hoping to have approval on all the returns tomorrow so I don't have to wait on Ebay to fight for me.
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She's back at it. Still waiting for my refund, yet all of the cards are re-listed. Even the one with the paper loss on the back (yet no change of "no paper loss" in the description).

Sent message tonight asking if she was planning on sitting on my refund forever and she finally replied stating I left negative feedback so she is going to wait as long as Ebay allows. She insinuated if I would have gone quietly, I'd have gotten my money back sooner.

So we traded messages and I called her a fraud, criminal and a scammer. She acted as if she doesn't know how to do photoshop and doesn't have time to "fix" cards. She was suprised I was being such an ass since she usually only gets that from people up north and the northeast.

Fxxx'in criminal!

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Old 09-10-2017, 06:32 AM
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She's back at it. Still waiting for my refund, yet all of the cards are re-listed. Even the one with the paper loss on the back (yet no change of "no paper loss" in the description).



Sent message tonight asking if she was planning on sitting on my refund forever and she finally replied stating I left negative feedback so she is going to wait as long as Ebay allows. She insinuated if I would have gone quietly, I'd have gotten my money back sooner.



So we traded messages and I called her a fraud, criminal and a scammer. She acted as if she doesn't know how to do photoshop and doesn't have time to "fix" cards. She was suprised I was being such an ass since she usually only gets that from people up north and the northeast.



Fxxx'in criminal!


My experience with Battlefield was also negative - but much shorter if not sweeter. I purchased a mid 1960s star card - and noticed it was trimmed. It was returned right away and I left neutral feedback to be nice. She only refunded my money after the eBay refund period had expired and then blocked me from further auctions.

eBay letting dishonest sellers like Battlefield and Tripleplayvintage continue on their site while so many other dealers are straight up is a travesty.


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Old 09-10-2017, 11:43 AM
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I attended my first ever World Seies in 1964. Unfortunately Musial had retired in 1963. That card supposedly depicting a clutch Mantle home run actual shows him whiffing on a Giibson fastball.
Interesting comment but isn't the ball above Mick's left wrist about the height of the railing? Looks to me like Gibson would have better control than that and that Mick would not be swinging - unless that is not a baseball.
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Old 09-10-2017, 04:09 PM
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Interesting comment but isn't the ball above Mick's left wrist about the height of the railing? Looks to me like Gibson would have better control than that and that Mick would not be swinging - unless that is not a baseball.
The ball is in the catchers mitt, Mantle's home run was hit off of Barney Schultz, not Gibson, even though Gibson is clearly pictured on that card.
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This is what keeps her in business

Yep, you get what you are willing to put up with.
In this hobby - that is quite a bit.
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Yep, you get what you are willing to put up with.
In this hobby - that is quite a bit.
and as of now that is about 340 chances to get screwed, so it seems.

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My experience with Battlefield was also negative - but much shorter if not sweeter. I purchased a mid 1960s star card - and noticed it was trimmed. It was returned right away and I left neutral feedback to be nice. She only refunded my money after the eBay refund period had expired and then blocked me from further auctions.

eBay letting dishonest sellers like Battlefield and Tripleplayvintage continue on their site while so many other dealers are straight up is a travesty.


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I spread my negative feedbacks over about 2 weeks. Generally I'd wait until there was an auction with nice cards about to end and post one the day before and the day it ended. Doubt it really helped, but it made me feel better. Ha
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