Interests: uh, the difference between interests and likes is....?Quote:
Likes: video games (duh), computers, baseball, some comics
Dislikes: people who refuse to ship to Canada, people who ignore offers despite logging on
"Who cares if we failed this time?" "We'll get another chance to fail next time!" --Jessie & James, Pokemon the Movie 3
I follow what most people consider standard shipping rules.
***Feb. 22, 2008 - After months of short-staffing issues, according to a local radio station, local postal workers walked off the job this morning. I don't know how long it will take things to get back to normal, so I'll play it safe and say that my sending and receiving time will probably be delayed until further notice.
*the following will be updated when I get the proverbial "roundtuit"
GOOD TRADERS/COOL PEOPLE ON GAMETZ
BAD TRADERS I HAVE COME ACROSS
SpongeBob: Said he was interested in a game I had for sale, then wanted me to send first even though I have more trades and the buyer usually sends first anyway. When I refused and asked him to send first he said he'd only pay $5 then because he had more trades (he didn't). I said no, $7 and you send first, and he said no. Was obviously trying to rip me off. Beware of him! He has a misleadingly decent record.
korn2115: Agreed to a good trade, then NINETEEN DAYS later when I asked him if he had finally sent, he told me the deal was off because he had gotten rid of most of his games. Didn't tell me, didn't even bother to cancel the trade, I had to do that. I'm glad I didn't send first. Just another reason NEVER to send first (except for buying) to someone with zero trades.
JEFFNES: Agreed to a trade with him to buy 15 of his NES games. He cancelled it a couple days later, saying that he didn't want certain ones in that package to sell for that cheap. If so, why did he agree to my pending the trade in the first place? I have no idea. You make a commitment, you keep it. Simple concept.