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From: Shari Salzman (
Subject:         I think you are at fault
Date: February 5, 2006 at 8:18 pm PST

In Reply to: Think twice about selling to this lady posted by sonjareed on February 4, 2006 at 9:46 am:

Myabe the book was worth $13. That is not the point here. The point is that you were not honest in your description. If I had a flaw that bad on a book I certainly would mention it. It is hard to understand why you did not mention it if you are an honest person. Once you describe it then the seller can decide it a book in that condition is worth $13 to them.

I know that we often spend a lot of money on an item and our children use it hard or roughly and when the time comes to sell we cannot get much out of it! That happens to me with six children, but that does not excuse you for trying to deceive someone about the condition of the book.

Since you seem to think the book is easily worth $13 then I suggest you offer a refund, and try to sell it to someone else, and this time do it with complete and honest refund.


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