The many sore heads at e-Bay...
Posted in the Banking Forum
#1 May 8, 2013
I am waiting to receive the first of a number of letters from e-Bay Sales + current management team in view of my announcement that A Justday is retired starting two days ago!!!
The thick and warm memory of Meg Whitman and her mis-deeds to constantly guide e-Bay to an alley of No Return have never been challenged in Court...It is only natural to lead them To Whistle in the Dark as there is no tomorrow!!
I can assure you the prompt and twisted written defense in letters in coming weeks from e-Bay Sales + the Current management team..
Instead of bringing their evidence in Court right away, I shall amuse them by guiding them with Coin Knowledge; Historic Facts + Many A Monopolistic and Predatory Trade Policies e-Bay practiced until now...
For instance, their first letter will ask for Coin Documentation and Lineage:
And my answer is: I bought some expensive Early American Silver Dollar Coins in the past from e-Bay and I even returned one to the Seller in New Jersey recently for altering Digits...
Where is the Coin Documentation and Lineage e-Bay claimed as the Company Policy??? If e-Bay demanded each and every Seller to provide and to produce the Coin Documentation and data of Lineage before Auction, please show me A Dozen Pieces of Evidence for the Coins I paid thousands of dollars for each in the last three months!!
I was given the Definitive Answer in more than One Occasion: They did exist but e-Bay deleted them as a company policy regularly as soon as they are made available...But, there is a problem: The Court would think otherwise..You need to show Proof!
Also, this childish display of Playing Hardball in face of a huge $ 250 m Liability shall not help e-Bay Sales + the current management team a Bit!!
For they ignore my advanced Auction Formula for Rare Coins; and they failed to honor the Expert's view on A 1804 Silver Dollar With A Broken Arrow Stem being the Rarest and most Valuable in this World because of Historical Significance..
To Search for Coin Authenticity, ask Smithsonian Museum Coin Specialist and US treasury to give you the guidance!!! They have 4 to 5 versions with just as many classifications to prove which one is the most likely the first- minted in 1834 and the rest of them (8-9) coins in existence in the Museum and or deposited as Filed Coins around in the prestigious Auction House are likely the Counterfeits and minted by the hands of clandestine workers at US Mint months and years after 1834!!!
It is a Can of Worms..e-Bay may have received the OK from some clandestine workers + dim-wits at US Treasury to again stir up and to discredit themselves...Trust me: It is far more wiser and practical to accept my formula of Rare Coin Auction Worth instead!!
Han Ban Lee
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