- May 4, 2007
I probably would have given her a refund even though I disgree with her. But she just went from zero to 60. Oh well, we'll see what happens.
I think your being very generous thinking that. She doesnt deserve it. I hope Paypal sides with you to let people like her know they have to keep what they buy unless there is a real problem.I probably would have given her a refund even though I disgree with her. But she just went from zero to 60. Oh well, we'll see what happens.
The measurements are not always a guarantee that the shoes will fit. It all depends on the height of the heel as well as the design of the shoes. I actually do not like it when the seller puts things like "my daughter is a size 7 but these do not fit her so this must be like 6." It is very confusing to me as I have no idea whether her daughter usually wears 7 tightly or has wide feet, etc. I'd rather just specifically ask for measurements and look at the design before placing a bid.I don't usually put shoe measurements in listings. Hoewever, if someone asks for a specific measurement, I will answer the question as best I can and then post the answer in the listing. In this case, she didn't ask for measurements.
Just wondering now if I should start posting shoe measurements as a general rule. I suppose it might save me some trouble in the long run. But, the weird thing is, I have found numerous buyers will not even pay attention when I do post measurements.