Why is it

Why is it

Post by HALFMA » Thu, 24 Jun 1999 04:00:00



Why do people post a web site or an item number for E-bay and ask you to check
it out and they don't tell you what the web site is or what the item on E-bay
is? I don't know about the rest of the people out there, but I just delete the
item out. If I don't know what it is about I don't have time to waste running
arounr the internet looking at hings that don't interest me. And I'm not a mind
reader yet.
               Dave in Seattle
 
 
 

Why is it

Post by Mills Ripl » Thu, 24 Jun 1999 04:00:00



Quote:
>Why do people post a web site or an item number for E-bay and ask you to check
>it out and they don't tell you what the web site is or what the item on E-bay
>is? I don't know about the rest of the people out there, but I just delete the
>item out. If I don't know what it is about I don't have time to waste running
>arounr the internet looking at hings that don't interest me. And I'm not a mind
>reader yet.
>               Dave in Seattle

They're probably just trolling for suckers. I'm like you - if they
don't say what they're about I just whack 'em.

Rip

 
 
 

Why is it

Post by Infoserv » Wed, 30 Jun 1999 04:00:00


Quote:
>Why do people post a web site or an item number for E-bay and ask you to
>check
>it out and they don't tell you what the web site is or what the item on E-bay
>is?

Because they're amateur marketeers.  

I agree, its not worth my time to load a browser and look at the site without
more info to interest me.  Maybe some of them will read about this and take the
hint.

Good post.

Ken