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How to word eBay descriptions of sets that will look 100% but are not.
Hey guys, I've been selling a lot of Lego on eBay recently. While most people are happy with what they get as I always say 'the set looks to be complete but as it is Lego, cannot be 100% sure', some people are demanding returns saying the set is not complete, when in fact I've built the damned thing and the only things missing are usually the spares. Or the technic 9M placeholder in the V-19 Torrent...! (That buyer should have nothing to do with Lego, if my 7yo can put it together without the Technic piece...) So, lets come to the point of this topic, how better can I word the item description in order to make the buyer aware that the item could be complete as far as I know, but may not be? Cos I'm fed up of these people being a bit obnoxious and I'm just trying to get rid of Lego as quickly as possible. And I'm talking around 500 sets, all of which need putting together as it's all in huge 64L RUBoxes...
Any help gracefully received!