[time-nuts] eBay GPS antenna test results.

Clay Autery cautery at montac.com
Sun Feb 11 09:49:11 EST 2018

I would be extremely surprised if ebay does not rule in your favor.
I've only had ONE case EVER opened against me, and it was CLEARLY not a 
valid case, but eBay still made me give the buyer his money back IN FULL 
to include shipping.
eBay almost always picks the buyer over the seller.

Clay, KY5G

On 02/11/18 08:07, John Green wrote:
> I opened a "Not as listed" case and heard back from the seller. They said
> that the antenna is definitely 3.3 to 18 volts and have sold several that
> are in operation. They wanted to know specifically how I tested the
> antenna, why I thought it shorted, and if I actually ever hooked it to a
> GPS receiver. I answered as best I could but haven't heard anything
> further. eBay seems to like pictures or videos. Though problematic, I
> suppose I could take some pictures. I offered to do so in my response to
> the seller. They do seem a bit more responsive to buyer complaints than in
> previous years. I recently ordered a 64 Gb micro SD card from a US based
> seller. I got a message from eBay stating that they had removed the listing
> but that everything should be OK. I never received the SD card, and after a
> month, checked PayPal and saw that I had been charged for it. I contacted
> eBay and they refunded my money the next day.
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