Discussion in 'Ebay' started by vxr12, Jul 28, 2011.
i think it's bullshit.
it's more than likely someone competing against you and selling the same stuff, trying to scare you off.
it would be a lot more professional if it was actually coming from the company.
that's what i'm thinking.
With all the !!!!!!!!!!!!!! ? That was actually in the message?
From the spelling mistakes you received in that message, it can't be the officials.
Don't trust them imho unless you actually receive a real complaint.
"sellers like you stealing are hard work."
suppose to be
"sellers like you stealing our hard work"
"Stop this Know " >> "Stop this now"
"secretinternetpolice">> "Secret Internet Police"
Unprofessional writing, don't trust him/her.
If it was real, they would complain this issue to Amazon, and Amazon would remove it, instead of them contacting you directly.
Probably a competitor.
Haha, look at those spelling mistakes. Just ignore them
Haha OMG!! in your shoes i would play a ball with him, try to continue conversation if your bored Make BHW laugh and post conversation here<3
U should contact amazon directly and ask them if you are breaking any laws etc with your listings, if you are they WILL tell you. Don't remove anything until amazon tells you too directly. There is no point in loosing money of you don't have too.
Thanks guys. Exactly what i was thinking. If you where going to pretend to be an official company you would act more professional! Yes the !!!!!!!!!!!!! Was in the message!! Lol think i will reply. Ill let you guys know if i geta response lol
I had two read it 2 times to make myself believe it was actually there
Dug up this - http://www.secretinternetpolice.co.uk/
message him this:
"Due to the Ebay terms of service, I will require $200 so my listing can be removed, are you able to fund me?"
Hi, like everyone said, with all those spelling mistakes it's definitely a competitor trying to scare you off, play along or just simply ignore him.
This is never from Monster, it's just a competitor .... also I think Monster never would send just an email, you would receive a written C&D letter ....
By the way, I am still waiting for your reply referring to the Christian Dior perfume ...
This is good news for you, the competition are obviously frightened so I would just ignore them and keep doing what you are doing.
"!!!!!" "are hard work"
Exactly, once there is more than one exclamation mark used in a row I would say it's competition. No professional company would ever use that kind of grammar.
Post username, everyone responds with offical looking messages claming to be monster telling him to stop pretending to be monster?
Separate names with a comma.