novascotiapower wrote:I think you are right. Pretty sure the seller was just a munch who bought a mystery tube in an attempt to flip the contents.
Kramerica wrote:novascotiapower wrote:I think you are right. Pretty sure the seller was just a munch who bought a mystery tube in an attempt to flip the contents.
Could have been a con attendee who isn't a collector.
Kramerica wrote:Mystery tube is a pretty safe bet I would say. That's a shame. At least ebay should have your back.
maden wrote:Never apologize on the internet.
gonzo303 wrote:This is Gonzos mom
I see USPS will provide and FedEX does as well. Anything extra I should do for a high value item? Pictures before mailing?
What about packaging? Planning on putting tube in a box.
choke wrote:I won't give up a flip that I can get myself to someone who is convinced they need it. None of us need any of this fudge. It's art. It's not medicine.
maddog76 wrote:I'm sure this has been answered, but what's the best method for shipping a high value print and retain full insurance?
Ebay limits at $1,000.
Cbjornson wrote:Has anyone had experience shipping to Belgium? I have a buyer that wants to buy a print off eBay, but doesn't want to pay for the Global Shipping rate ($150+) or pay the import taxes. It would be insured for $1,000.
Any feedback would be appreciated.
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