- Apr 25, 2014
It sounds like this seller has an issue with communication...and with understanding what they have been told. I find it very difficult to believe the seller when Douglas was quite clear with his instruction. I would ask the seller to see their GIA certification. If none exists, then the seller is clearly aware of the fraud...which, by the way, is illegal. It is one thing to be mistaken, it is quite another to intentionally misled. A reasonable person would have reached out, as the seller originally did...but they would also have taken the measures directed by Douglas (secure a GIA certification) prior to listing as SoC. Because he and other "experts" have informed the seller of their "mistake" there is no hiding from the facts. This seller needs to be very careful...as does eBay.