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Strange one - had a query on ebay for a scarce video I have for sale - can find no others on net - but price only £19.99.
'can you tell me if this item is recorded delivery and does it
come with a tracking number or is it sent by normal delivery '
My response was that I would gladly send recorded if that is what they would like to ensure delivery.
This was about 3 weeks ago, and they have not ordered it - do I detect a possible claim of INR was being 'tested', or am I just cynical ?
I often get queries with no follow up. I'd just make a note in case they do eventually buy it.
Possibly someone who has been ripped off by the megasellers in the past.
Wot Jim says - I often get requests for quite detailed info about products too - especially the rare stuff - but no sale follows.
Annoying but not suspicious. (IMHO)
I think you are just being cynical.
(and I don't think it is strange for people to ask questions before buying either - £20 is a lot for some people).
I get this a lot too. Although I have to say that it's almost invariably a sign that they won't buy. I used to get this with decorating, just the same: the more questions and requests for references the less chance they'd order. The only place I don't get it, unfortunately, is with the Deaths, where some folk (not many fortunately) seem prepared to spend good money for the pleasure of leaving one or two star reviews -- for the whole bally series! Why?? If they don't like them, why suffer?