I don’t go anywhere near eBay. Last time I did I ended up spending more than what the Pay Pal balance was and Tatiana’s bank account ended up in the red. It was a fun week sleeping on the sofa, let me tell you. Well, since locking me out of eBay, the Infamous Tatiana has built up quite a nice reputation. 50 positive feedbacks and zero negatives. That is because she always uses Pay Pal and sends payment right away. Well, today some @$$hole left the first ever negative feedback and it’s got me fuming.
First of all, Tatiana bought a small Jeter lot on February 17th for a measly $5.49. Payment went through immediately and we waited…and waited and nothing. When Tatiana contacted “hockeynutzz” she gave us a tracking number and said she sent out the cards the very next day after payment. Of course, the tracking number she provided came up invalid and in early March she stopped responding to our e-mails. A Pay Pal dispute was started and Tatiana left a negative feedback well over a month after paying for the item. This morning, instead of responding to her e-mails, Cathy Troutman AKA “hockeynutzz” left Tatiana this negative feedback.
She claims that she tried to contact us several times and asks us “where is the item?” Um, what item? You ripped us off. People like this really piss me off. Cathy, I hope the next time you go to a hockey game a puck gets loose and knocks some sense into you. Thankfully, I am a nerd and have done some research. Unfortunately, Pay Pal only has their e-mail made public (email@example.com) but I was able to find out that “hockeynutzz” is a 32 year-old man named Ted from North Carolina. I guess Cathy Troutman is the guy’s mother or wife, but I am guessing mother. Well, the Infamous Tatiana is on the case so you can expect the money to be returned and hopefully the feedback to be removed. It just goes to show you that you can never trust the number of feedback on sellers anymore. You would think that someone with over 6,000 transactions was above this but I guess not.