FA: Final minutes no res 2001 proof/mint sets..more

FA: Final minutes no res 2001 proof/mint sets..more

Post by Michael Ra » Tue, 07 Jan 2003 00:22:19



Closing in minutes on ebaY:

1905 O MS63 Pittman Dime,
1962 Pf 65 Deep Cameo Half.
1984 TNA Medal Set
2001 Mint and Proof Sets No Reserve

Ebay:
http://members.ebay.com/aboutme/mrae7/

--
Michael Rae

ANA #173222
AlsoYahoo:
http://user.auctions.shopping.yahoo.com/user/mrae7?

 
 
 

FA: Final minutes no res 2001 proof/mint sets..more

Post by Eric Tiller » Tue, 07 Jan 2003 01:27:49


Quote:

>Closing in minutes on ebaY:

>1905 O MS63 Pittman Dime,
>1962 Pf 65 Deep Cameo Half.
>1984 TNA Medal Set
>2001 Mint and Proof Sets No Reserve

>Ebay:
>http://members.ebay.com/aboutme/mrae7/

You need to post these going going gone FAs at least a couple hours ahead of time
to allow the post to propagate to all the newsfeeds. I just looked and they are all gone.
 --
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FA: Final minutes no res 2001 proof/mint sets..more

Post by Michael Ra » Tue, 07 Jan 2003 01:49:43


Sorry Eric..I'll know better next time.


Quote:

> >Closing in minutes on ebaY:

> >1905 O MS63 Pittman Dime,
> >1962 Pf 65 Deep Cameo Half.
> >1984 TNA Medal Set
> >2001 Mint and Proof Sets No Reserve

> >Ebay:
> >http://members.ebay.com/aboutme/mrae7/

> You need to post these going going gone FAs at least a couple hours ahead
of time
> to allow the post to propagate to all the newsfeeds. I just looked and
they are all gone.
>  --
> A Close look at Accugrade:

> http://www.k6az.com/acg.htm

> My Morgan Collection

> http://www.k6az.com/morgan_collection.htm

> How to tell the difference between Old and New PCI Holders

> http://www.k6az.com/pci.htm

 
 
 

FA: Final minutes no res 2001 proof/mint sets..more

Post by KenJ » Tue, 07 Jan 2003 12:57:20


Personally I prefer if you post when the auction lists. If I am interested I
put items on my watch list or low bid to get the item on my bidding list. If
I am real interested I heat up auction sniper so I am sure to get my bid in
even if I forget to look as the auction is closing.

Posting like you did is just an irritant because I had no chance to look at
the list before the auction closed.


Quote:
> Closing in minutes on ebaY:

> 1905 O MS63 Pittman Dime,
> 1962 Pf 65 Deep Cameo Half.
> 1984 TNA Medal Set
> 2001 Mint and Proof Sets No Reserve

> Ebay:
> http://members.ebay.com/aboutme/mrae7/

> --
> Michael Rae

> ANA #173222
> AlsoYahoo:
> http://user.auctions.shopping.yahoo.com/user/mrae7?

 
 
 

FA: Final minutes no res 2001 proof/mint sets..more

Post by Michael Ra » Tue, 07 Jan 2003 12:14:20


I guess apologies are in order for you as well.


Quote:
> Personally I prefer if you post when the auction lists. If I am interested
I
> put items on my watch list or low bid to get the item on my bidding list.
If
> I am real interested I heat up auction sniper so I am sure to get my bid
in
> even if I forget to look as the auction is closing.

> Posting like you did is just an irritant because I had no chance to look
at
> the list before the auction closed.



> > Closing in minutes on ebaY:

> > 1905 O MS63 Pittman Dime,
> > 1962 Pf 65 Deep Cameo Half.
> > 1984 TNA Medal Set
> > 2001 Mint and Proof Sets No Reserve

> > Ebay:
> > http://members.ebay.com/aboutme/mrae7/

> > --
> > Michael Rae

> > ANA #173222
> > AlsoYahoo:
> > http://user.auctions.shopping.yahoo.com/user/mrae7?

 
 
 

FA: Final minutes no res 2001 proof/mint sets..more

Post by KenJ » Tue, 07 Jan 2003 13:30:43


Not necessary, you are doing what you think is right and that is fine with
me. I simply want you to know the impact you have on me. Please don't change
anything you are doing on my account. You might get more bids out of folks
like me if you change but that is your choice.

I believe everybody has the right to do what they want without abuse from
another. My post was not intended to solicit an apology it was only intended
to provide you with knowledge of what goes on in my head. If I don't open my
mouth, err push my keys? you would sit off on the sideline with no knowledge
of my thought process.

Apology accepted but not necessary you did nothing wrong in my eyes.

KJ


Quote:
> I guess apologies are in order for you as well.



> > Personally I prefer if you post when the auction lists. If I am
interested
> I
> > put items on my watch list or low bid to get the item on my bidding
list.
> If
> > I am real interested I heat up auction sniper so I am sure to get my bid
> in
> > even if I forget to look as the auction is closing.

> > Posting like you did is just an irritant because I had no chance to look
> at
> > the list before the auction closed.



> > > Closing in minutes on ebaY:

> > > 1905 O MS63 Pittman Dime,
> > > 1962 Pf 65 Deep Cameo Half.
> > > 1984 TNA Medal Set
> > > 2001 Mint and Proof Sets No Reserve

> > > Ebay:
> > > http://members.ebay.com/aboutme/mrae7/

> > > --
> > > Michael Rae

> > > ANA #173222
> > > AlsoYahoo:
> > > http://user.auctions.shopping.yahoo.com/user/mrae7?

 
 
 

FA: Final minutes no res 2001 proof/mint sets..more

Post by Michael Ra » Tue, 07 Jan 2003 23:17:22


In your eyes it was wrong and in my apology I admit the error.  I usually
try to post within 24 hours of closing.  This time I got to the computer a
little late and my thinking was, better late than never.

 I'm always open for constructive advice.

Thanks to all,
Michael


Quote:
> Not necessary, you are doing what you think is right and that is fine with
> me. I simply want you to know the impact you have on me. Please don't
change
> anything you are doing on my account. You might get more bids out of folks
> like me if you change but that is your choice.

> I believe everybody has the right to do what they want without abuse from
> another. My post was not intended to solicit an apology it was only
intended
> to provide you with knowledge of what goes on in my head. If I don't open
my
> mouth, err push my keys? you would sit off on the sideline with no
knowledge
> of my thought process.

> Apology accepted but not necessary you did nothing wrong in my eyes.

> KJ



> > I guess apologies are in order for you as well.



> > > Personally I prefer if you post when the auction lists. If I am
> interested
> > I
> > > put items on my watch list or low bid to get the item on my bidding
> list.
> > If
> > > I am real interested I heat up auction sniper so I am sure to get my
bid
> > in
> > > even if I forget to look as the auction is closing.

> > > Posting like you did is just an irritant because I had no chance to
look
> > at
> > > the list before the auction closed.



> > > > Closing in minutes on ebaY:

> > > > 1905 O MS63 Pittman Dime,
> > > > 1962 Pf 65 Deep Cameo Half.
> > > > 1984 TNA Medal Set
> > > > 2001 Mint and Proof Sets No Reserve

> > > > Ebay:
> > > > http://members.ebay.com/aboutme/mrae7/

> > > > --
> > > > Michael Rae

> > > > ANA #173222
> > > > AlsoYahoo:
> > > > http://user.auctions.shopping.yahoo.com/user/mrae7?

 
 
 

FA: Final minutes no res 2001 proof/mint sets..more

Post by Eric Tiller » Wed, 08 Jan 2003 12:03:17


Quote:

>I guess apologies are in order for you as well.

Michael, a good idea is to post a FA here the evening before the auctions end. That
way, if you have something one of us wants, we can add it to our watch list or sniper
list. Posting less than an hour before ending is really an excersize in futility. Good luck
in the future.
 --
A Close look at Accugrade:

http://www.k6az.com/acg.htm

My Morgan Collection

http://www.k6az.com/morgan_collection.htm

How to tell the difference between Old and New PCI Holders

http://www.k6az.com/pci.htm