Ebay Users Confirmed Multiple Personalities
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Post Posted: Tue Nov 09, 2004 12:17 pm 
 

I dont know if anyone has touched this issue but here goes :roll: :

Beside Deadlords multiple eBay persona's / alter egos, has anyone compiled a list of known multies?

Here is one that I did not know about. Has anyone else noticed this?

guido-the-gypsy......is also......rogue-gypsy-games

Apparently his second persona has entered into existance just this year.


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Post Posted: Tue Nov 09, 2004 4:55 pm 
 

Actually, I haven't had the need to create a smackdown account for a while now. WoTC has been doing a great job of putting the kibosh on illegal auctions.


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Post Posted: Tue Nov 09, 2004 6:34 pm 
 

I try really hard to ignore Guido the Gypsy, so I guess I'll have to make sure to filter out Rogue Gypsy Games too.  Thanks for the heads-up Kosh!


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Post Posted: Tue Nov 09, 2004 7:56 pm 
 

grodog wrote:I try really hard to ignore Guido the Gypsy, so I guess I'll have to make sure to filter out Rogue Gypsy Games too.  Thanks for the heads-up Kosh!


Guido has always been pretty good to me. I'd estimate I've won three or four of his items, and I don't recall having any issues with condition or shipping time, etc.

Now, with that said, I must say I don't understand the really lame, unfunny "stories" he posts with his auctions. It is baffling to me why anyone trying to make some $$ on eBay would waste buyers' time like that.

Whenever I load up a Guido auction, I immediately start pressing the "page down" button to avoid the latest chapter of nonsense.

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Post Posted: Tue Nov 09, 2004 11:01 pm 
 

Xaxaxe wrote:
grodog wrote:I try really hard to ignore Guido the Gypsy, so I guess I'll have to make sure to filter out Rogue Gypsy Games too.  Thanks for the heads-up Kosh!


Guido has always been pretty good to me. I'd estimate I've won three or four of his items, and I don't recall having any issues with condition or shipping time, etc.

Now, with that said, I must say I don't understand the really lame, unfunny "stories" he posts with his auctions. It is baffling to me why anyone trying to make some $$ on eBay would waste buyers' time like that.

Whenever I load up a Guido auction, I immediately start pressing the "page down" button to avoid the latest chapter of nonsense.


Yeah, it's the awful fiction that gets my goat, not him as a bad seller.


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