Wow. Just, wow. I would have to be an idiot to ask a question about a stamp and then immediately post it to eBay
. I know that the optics don't look good, but my daughter posted this stamp to my eBay
account. This was her stamp to sell, however I wasn't aware that she had posted it. Stallzer did reach out to me to inform me that the listing was deceptive and I immediately attempted to revise the listing. That said, eBay
does not allow a seller to make any updates including anything in the descriptive field during the last 24 hours of an auction. I did informed the winning bidder that the stamp was an offset, not printed on both sides.
I attempted to log into this forum to explain my situation and saw that my registration has been revoked. I very much appreciate that there are people looking out for shading practices in the stamp collecting community, as I myself was recently part of a scam where I purchased a "cartel" stamp for $3,600. I have since sent the stamp back to London and still waiting confirmation on a refund.
I've never had to defend my reputation to anyone, but understand how this looks really bad. I've already spoken with my daughter about never posting to my account again. Guess she got caught up in the moment. My apologizes to the stamp community!!