For auction listings: No "adjustments" or "changes" will be allowed by the winning bidder
after they have won or purchased the item(s). If you have a concern please ask a question
via email well before the auction is scheduled to end.
MULTIPLE ITEMS: If a bidder wins multiple items (in the same auction
only) we may consider combining Shipping & Handling costs and ship the items
together if possible. This applies, once again, to items won in the same auction
PAYMENT: Payment will be accepted via Paypal only.
ADDRESS VERIFICATION: If, for some reason (after payment is made), we
have a question about a winning bidders "ship to" address and an e-mail is sent by the seller seeking verification or clarification and
we receive no response from the buyer within 48 hrs. (of sending), we will ship
the item to the address provided on the Payment Notification that Paypal sends
us (and which they instruct us to use).
SHIPPING: We will attempt to ship items (usually via USPS) to winning
bidders A.S.A.P. once payment is made. In most cases, this means the next
possible mailing day (and if there is enough time to package and create a
shipping label for the next mailing day). In any case, please allow 10 business
days for Shipping and Handling from the time payment is received.
NON-PAYMENT: If after 7 days payment (or payment arrangement) has not
been made, we will send another invoice. If there is no response from the
winning bidder/buyer within 48 hrs (of sending), the seller reserves the right to
void the transaction and may choose to relist the item and/or report the
non-payment. In the event of something unexpected coming up (and we all
know unforseen things can happen), we cannot stress the importance of prompt
communication between the buyer and the seller as soon as possible.
FEEDBACK (Where applicable): Feedback will be left for the winning bidder once we
receive feedback from them indicating safe receipt of the item and satisfaction
with the transaction. We ask that if any problems do arise, the buyer contacts
the seller A.S.A.P. to see if a favorable resolution (for both parties) can be
reached before leaving negative feedback.