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|Former Seller: RetirementJob(50-0-0)||Post#1 - Posted: 02/16/2005 at 16:18:36|
|(no avatar)||If you use the search engine right, you can set price limits on your searches.|
|Former Seller: Yone(67-1-0)||Post#2 - Posted: 02/16/2005 at 16:56:00|
|(no avatar)||Daveomatic ..you seem to have this all figured out please explain to us dummy's out here how using the search properly will do anything to eliminate what CBcap was talking about .I'm all ears. Tks|
|Former Seller: RetirementJob(50-0-0)||Post#3 - Posted: 02/18/2005 at 15:22:06|
|(no avatar)||You have to perform an advanced search. You set the low and high price range you are interested in viewing. Pretty simple really.|
|Former Seller: horsepeople(2-0-0)||Post#4 - Posted: 02/21/2005 at 17:39:03|
|(no avatar)||Daveomatic....most of these people are gun dealers who list their products on here in the hundreds of items, and all of the products listed by a specific dealer expire on the same date, GUNGIRLZS is an example. I like to look at the guns, going, going , gone...and I do not like to have to page thru a dozen pages to pick out a few nuggets of good product. And no, your search engine can't differentiate, these dealers list products in all price ranges. I think that Auction Arms shoulld limit the number of products these dealers list on here...at least to a hundred or less.|
|Seller: AA-bob(0-0-0)||Post#5 - Posted: 02/21/2005 at 20:48:18|
|The charge for over 200 concurrent auctions has brought their auction count way down.|
|Former Seller: Joes Custom Guns(87-1-1)||Post#6 - Posted: 02/22/2005 at 15:30:09|
|(no avatar)||IS GUNGIRLZS SALEING FOR A DIST. OR DOES SHE OWN THE GUNS SHE LIST?|
|Former Seller: Yone(68-1-0)||Post#7 - Posted: 02/22/2005 at 15:57:45|
|(no avatar)||Cyro....I of course do not know if GUNGIRLZ actually has all there listings in there inventory. Would really be curious where they are located and if they really have a store. Just for fun I just now looked at there listings... 600 listings and 1 bid... What a joke... Sellers like this are really messing up this auction site. Can't even imagine why AA BOB allows this type of seller. AA can't possibly make much on them because they rarily sell anything. TKS|
|Former Seller: Bid2WinGuns(34-0-0)||Post#8 - Posted: 02/23/2005 at 15:23:51|
|(no avatar)||Interesting seller GUNGIRLZ. 1000's of listings with only 150 positive feedback. Does anyone honestly think they carry all that they sell when they state in their auction terms "Most Auction items are not eligible for store pickup." You don't have to be a rocket scientist to figure it out. For some reason, I thought you couldn't sell from an empty shelf on AA or use photos other than the actual item listed. Hum.....must of read the AA user agreement wrong.|
|Seller: AuctionArmsCeo(0-0-0)||Post#9 - Posted: 02/25/2005 at 13:18:00|
|You're absolutely right - we require that the seller have the item in stock before listing it. But without actually going to the premises and inpecting their inventory, or without an admission on the part of the seller, that's difficult to prove. If a seller has a track record of having an item arrive three or more weeks late, then we look pretty closely. But proof in that instance is a difficult thing.
Our search engine is the best in the industry. Not only can you search for specific terms in the title AND description, you can also exclude terms to eliminate false positives. You can search specific price ranges - which applies to ALL auctions listed at Auction Arms. And you can sort on any one of the columns simply by clicking at the top of each column.
Regarding GUNGIRLZ, we are working with them to improve their sales ratio, and they've cut down considerably on the number of auction they list since we starting charging a volume premium. They've also improved the number of items they're selling - but it's a work in progress for us.
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