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Just curious, I share between stealth accounts. Look at competitors who get bad ratings, etc. I have done quite and extensive job of keeping away undesirable customers. How big is your blocked bidder list?
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I only have 3 or 4 on each stealth accounts at the most, some have none at all though.
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Mine is not big enough, this months list almost doubled, no joke. Almost 40-45.
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I gave up and stopped adding?

doesn't seem to do much good... much like adding buyer requirements..... futile...
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Checked a few accounts of mine...some have 0...some have double digits in the 20s.

Really matters on which market the account is geared for I would say. Not a big thing really.
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are you sharing blocked bidders lists across accounts? Wouldn't that allow you to be linked
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I've never had a block list, so all my stealths have 0.
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Empty blocked lists. Wow, you are some lucky people. I can understand on ste/alth accounts, but on any account that I have that is long standing with hundreds or thousands of feedback, you better believe my blocked lists are extensive. Walled gardens, protecting my money trees.
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In my main area of selling I have a nice list.

I mix them up a bit so they dont repeat from account to account.

Esp those idiots who try to bait and switch 500.00 items on me.

Like the one I just destroyed with video proof of my packing an item and unpacking of the pc of crap he sent me back.....



Yup. He is now blocked across the board on all my better accounts so he made the deans list.
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you would think that after a stunt like that that he would be banned for life
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You would think but of course ebay loves those scammers who want to buy a mint expensive item and return you a piece of crap worth nothing and want the money and the mint item for free.

This idiot also threatened a negative so I asked him. Are you really threatening me with a negative? Of course he said yes.

I had to send him to TOS that a buyer cannot threaten a negative.

When he found I had a video of his scam job I would had loved to be a fly on his wall.
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Just for those who sell expensive items.

I have a tri pod and camera set up to video the packing and boxing of all items.

It is of course not showing me but my arms, hands etc wrapping, packing and the item and taping the box.

If a return like this happens, I turn it back on and repeat it.

It worked for me and one scam artist just got owned.
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I have a written list of thieves and liars that I've had for years...they come back and still do their thing on my newer accts.
I have had the same blocked names on countless accts. They do not link.

But when a buyer changes their ebay name the new name appears in it's place in your blocked list. That's in every blocked list, all across every acct you ever typed the old name in!!
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I add the idiots that leave me negative feedback for ever trying to coming back and buying from me. However, I don't think they would ever come back given they weren't happy the first time. Probably waste of time, but it makes me feel good lol.
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Empty blocked lists. Wow, you are some lucky people. I can understand on ste/alth accounts, but on any account that I have that is long standing with hundreds or thousands of feedback, you better believe my blocked lists are extensive. Walled gardens, protecting my money trees.
Mine is an obituary list.

Once only mention in despatches.

Repel ALL invaders.

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I had a guy in NJ who I blocked tell me you can block me all you want but my wife and my kids all have accounts so you cannot stop me from getting my item.

LOL

I pulled the auction. He never got HIS item. He thought it was his even before the auction ended.

Non paying buyer many times over on other accounts and on this one paid 2 weeks after auction ended so I blocked him.


Relisted a few weeks later with a BIN only and sold it to someone else.

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Yea, Sandy

I have had a few situations similar to that myself. A buyer just bugged me so much and I knew they were going to be problematic. I just pulled the listings and re-listed it on another account a few weeks later.

By all means I do everything I can to avoid buyers who are going to waste my time with returns, negatives, or just complain or ask me a million questions. My margins aren't high enough to care about these buyers. I normally just don't say anything. But in a few situations I have told them to buy from someone else and be their problem. Not mine.
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You would think but of course ebay loves those scammers who want to buy a mint expensive item and return you a piece of crap worth nothing and want the money and the mint item for free.

This idiot also threatened a negative so I asked him. Are you really threatening me with a negative? Of course he said yes.

I had to send him to TOS that a buyer cannot threaten a negative.

When he found I had a video of his scam job I would had loved to be a fly on his wall.
There definitely are crazy eBayers. I had one buyer buy an Authentic piece of clothing. Message me saying I sent them the wrong size. They sent me back a China ⊗⊗⊗⊗ completely different than I had send them. You never know what kind of stunts eBayers are going to try and pull.
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I have a master block list (a notebook) full of 630+ buyers, sellers and bidders. I wish I had time to add each one to a stealth account by hand, but obviously, I do not. When I have the time, I add a few here and there to stealth accounts until I have completed the list.
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630, good lord
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^^^agree there, MM78

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Yeah, I was running a few accounts before I met this forum and this was when people just flat out refused to pay or just outright scammed.
I saved the book and just continued to let the list grow.

At first I said forget it and moved on, but it just got so rampant and you would be surprised how many people you can cross reference and avoid the hassle with.
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