- - that I am, but I liked it better when the bidders could be contacted and weren't hidden behind things like "m***g" - I was prepared to "e" those bidders on items I reckoned were "iffy" and let them know my suspicions
Was that bad? I didn't think so, I would just say things like - "You might like to check the fact that MM didn't exist until 1928, so 1919 cannot be the date of manufacture!" and it was up to them to take it further. OTOH, "caveat Emptor" - "Let the Buyer Beware", surely (for example) a MM collector should know that fact
2c worth - 'cos it certainly doesn't seem worthe-mailing the bay with suspicions, you get a very non-committal reply about "intellectual rights" and VERO, and not a lot seem to get pulled even for glaring errors/scams whatever - indeed yes!
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