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About mfitz804

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    That's What She Said (Copyright 2018)
  • Birthday 10/06/1976

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    New Jersey Devils
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    Martin Brodeur, Scott Stevens, Scott Niedermayer, Patrik Elias
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    New Jersey Devils

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  1. mfitz804

    *Dumb Question Alert* Re: Facebook Groups

    As you’ve intimated, any international buyer who has half a clue what they are doing won’t buy an item through the GSP. Because there are enough unscrupulous sellers out there who will “adjust” the numbers so there’s no customs issue. I won’t.
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    *Dumb Question Alert* Re: Facebook Groups

    The flip side is, sales are so slow now that I don’t want to automatically eliminate people. People have balls though, asking on eBay messages if I can list the price of a $200 item as $40 so they avoid customs. That’s fraud. Doing it on a Facebook sale or another way there’s no real record is one thing, but in eBay, the sale price is well documented.
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    *Dumb Question Alert* Re: Facebook Groups

    I haven’t taken this position yet, but I’m close. Most recently, I sold a jersey to a buyer in Germany, and then got the dreaded “WE have a problem, there’s customs charges, why did you put the price on the customs form?”. I replied that I don’t have a problem, customs charges are your problem, not mine. Never heard from him again. Last I checked, there was an attempted delivery 28 days ago, and then nothing. I assume it’ll come back at some point and I’ll get screwed. But I will still fight it.
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    *Dumb Question Alert* Re: Facebook Groups

    It bears noting at this point, it was NOT me.
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    Proper number style question

    You can’t give too much information, but you can give too little. Describe what you want in as much detail as possible, materials, colors, kind of layering, year, provide pictures, etc. At worst, they don’t need the info and don’t have to consult it. But if there’s details you want that they don’t really know because it’s a team that isn’t theirs, you have to tell them. Otherwise it’s your fault if they don’t incorporate them.
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    Proper number style question

    The answer is the same no matter what jersey you send to what customizer. Specify what you want, and don’t complain about what you get if you failed to do so.
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    Mfitz804’s shiny new sale thread

    Bumping this because I see purchases on my horizon, and money to do so would be cool.
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    Seriously?? Millennials.
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    Wasn’t even a thought in my parents’ minds...do I come across THAT old???
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    People are so weird. They’ll toss a jersey on top of anything for a picture. Piles of other clothes, gross unmade bed, and now, shrubbery.
  12. mfitz804

    Adidas Nameplates

    But if going that route, make sure you specify that’s what you want. There’s history where official providers have used unofficial materials, or at least had an upcharge to get the real deal. My general rile, even if you are using the team’s provider, is that anything that you know you want should be specified at the time of the order. Doesn’t matter if they know the right way, they need to know you want it the right way.
  13. Agreed, they seem to be about one size smaller. If you are skinny you can probably wear the same size and it’ll just be more fitted than you are used to.
  14. mfitz804

    Adidas Nameplates

    1. I know EPS has it, but I don’t know who else does. 2. All depends on how they are glued down. I’ve stripped 5 MIC Adidas jerseys so far and all of them came off very clean with no damage to the material. So I think you’d be able to use the nameplate over if you were so inclined.