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Offline MoldRush

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Re: Who collects the 1973/1974 posters?
« Reply #35 on: July 23, 2022, 06:17:04 AM »
I do high BIN with offers hoping to do off ebay deals.  I just sold a pile of ans unopened boxes that way.
Are you able to exchange contact info with a prospective buyer using the eBay messaging system?  I found several years back that eBayís Big Brother police had ways of detecting the sharing of email addresses, maybe even blocking those communications, canít remember for sure.

Offline bandaches

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Re: Who collects the 1973/1974 posters?
« Reply #36 on: July 23, 2022, 08:29:31 AM »
Are you able to exchange contact info with a prospective buyer using the eBay messaging system?  I found several years back that eBayís Big Brother police had ways of detecting the sharing of email addresses, maybe even blocking those communications, canít remember for sure.
You have to be very careful and very slick about it But often it's folks known to me so eBay is a good advertising system.  Recently I ran the auction for ANS boxes as qty 4, he made offer on one hence i got his contact info, found his cell via basic internet search.
Contact me at bandaches@yahoo.com as I have tons of wackys for sale!  Visit my website http://www.wackypackage.com/

Offline 70s_Kid

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Re: Who collects the 1973/1974 posters?
« Reply #37 on: July 24, 2022, 02:37:46 PM »
I picked up a full box of Wacky posters back in the early 90's at a flea market in Florida for I think $30.  I wish I did not sell it, but I was about to ship off to Korea (I was in the Army) and sold most of my collectibles to have extra money in transition... I am glad I held on to my 1-16 with all var's and rares, wrappers and puzzles

 

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