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    Quote Originally Posted by BabyG4 View Post
    It's on the buyer! I've found a lot of buyers don't bring the correct change for the sake of getting a discount. I used to let it slide but now, if you don't have the correct money to pay for it then I can't help at the time. No biggie on me!
    Oh wow I would not have thought of people doing it for that reason but now you've mentioned it I can see that happening. I try not to sell too much on gumtree anymore as I prefer eBay but it's obviously not practical for bigger things. I think in future I will make sure I say I don't have change if I'm light on cash just in case!

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    Off topic but still BSS related - selling clothes, and someone asks to try on wwyd?

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    Default *Fluff* Who should be responsible for change?

    Quote Originally Posted by Calstar View Post
    Off topic but still BSS related - selling clothes, and someone asks to try on wwyd?
    I'd have no issues with that. How else would you know that it fits?

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    So where would you suggest they try on?

    If I was buying a $5 dress, and it was my size, I'd pay money & take my chances.
    I'm not sure I'd expect the same services as a clothes shop allows for.

    You don't get to try on clothes off EBay...

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    Most of the people selling clothes on our local BSS page specify "no try ons". That's one way to get around it.


 

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