Stubbs wrote:Imo whoever bought this from you has done nothing wrong. He offered you money and you accepted. I would only agree that the buyer has taken advantage if you have some kind of mental disability or learning difficulties and i dont mean this at all to be nasty.
Maybe I'm just the most shallow or honest person here but if i could get that lot for £300 i would take it. I dont have an unlimited amount of money to spend on the items i would like so if i could get them cheap i would. Same as any collector in any range of items property antiques.
If you really cared for these items you wouldn't have sold them and if you needed the money you should have done the research .
That’s all very well. But this buyer has low balled the seller with only one thing in mind and that’s a quick profit. Yes both parties need to take responsability and a job lot like this needs to go for a price where their is room for profit. But on this occasion it sadly looks like the buyer has completely taken the piss and to think he tried it on at £200!
What your saying is correct from a certain point of view, but not from the general view point of this forum. This sort of deal is exactly what pisses members on this forum off. To say the buyer has done nothing wrong is correct legally but morally it’s pretty low.