I'm siding with shackelrsrevenge on this one. An item is listed for $15.00 each with a "make offer" option and the buyer offers $25..... This is clearly an offer for 2 of these rollover protectors. For a seller to send one and accept an additional $10 for nothing is wrong. Period. Mistake or oversight, I would never keep someone's additional (accident or not) payment. Is this guy the same kind of douche bag who would keep an overpayment "miscounted" cash by a child paying for something at a swap meet? I'm thinking so, and by the way he's hiding behind 2 rusty balls (who has taken up the fight with such emotion) is pathetic.
My question: is there a way I can add pin-protectors to a do not buy list without having to remember on my own through eBay? Kinda like a pinside ignore button? I won't buy anything from this seller because of this behavior.
Second question: how does 2rustyballs have access to the private sellers information and account feedback info from pin-protectors? Seriously, if they are NOT the same person why would pin-protectors forward the emails and feedback info to 2rustyballs for help?