"what would help if mlb and stiener had lawyers dealing with ebay like the band phish and dave Mathews does for copywright infringment
I won a 800$ charge back from a ebay seller once he admitted he reproduce the artwork himself. and I was able to…"
"if told u the amount of time I get an email from buyers on ebay does the itiem have a coa. if does they will buy if not they wont they don't care if bart simposon signed it and im not talking just about autographs im taking regular concert…"
"first the letter is side ways so my neck hurts
the pic looks good but one thing I did him a lot in person and if I rember correctly he always just did the l instead of lee so that throwing me off.
he has shitty writing as u can see .…"
"no biggie if getting stuff signed inperson that happens all the time almost a good thing . if its a private singing then its a bad thing ,also price should also be charge on condition of itiem as well as graph"
Hi John - I appreciated your help earlier. I was seeking to determine whether or not my program was band-issued, sold on their website to promote the '94 tour. I'd been told this but was never able to independently verify. Anyway, the last bid placed was in the $1950 range. But as you probably know, top bid price isn't really the issue. I'd set a reserve of $1800 net to me. I put the program on eBay and just sold it two days ago for a best offer price of $2000, which after fees is around $1740 to me. This is less than what I'd hoped. But it seemed fair. I have communicated with the buyer via email. He seems to be a great guy, so I'm glad it went to a good home.