Dear eBay seller:
Okay, it's been 26 days. The thing was supposed to have been shipped via Priority Mail. I've sent you two emails, neither of which you've seen fit to reply to. If I don't hear from you by 5pm my time today, then I'm filing with eBay.
I realize you probably wanted more for those comics than you got. If that's the case, then you should have either (a) started them with a higher opening bid, or (b) used a reserve. The fact that I was the only bidder is not my problem. My problem is that I sent you six dollars and eighty cents, and I want my friggin' comics. Specifically, the #2 issue, which is the one I'm missing and probably could have gotten sooner than this if you'd just told me you were going to be an idiot before I sent you the money.
Yes, I realize it's less than $7. And no, I'm not going to pretend it's the "principle of the thing," because, dude, it's totally the money--and I couldn't give a crap less that it seems petty. That's MY damb seven dollars, and I've gotten bupkiss for it. Either give me a refund, or send me my Joss-y illustrated goodies.
In other news, I sniped a copy of "Fray" yesterday and got it for less than half the retail price, which was shiny. I was going to bid on an anteater this morning, but when I woke up it was sitting at twice what I was willing to pay for it, so, um, NO.
Oh, look. Someone who won some comics from this seller the same day I did has left them a pair of negs for non-performance. SHINY. I'm not going to go that far just yet, because we have 90 days to leave feedback (longer if you know how, which I do)...but it ain't reassuring that I'm not the only one this seller has apparently stiffed.
Maybe something happened to the seller, in which case I will feel bad--and file for a refund anyway.