From the Daily Mash: “Complaining bastard seeks flaw in eBay purchase”

By Dan Wilson December 17, 2015 - 3:22 pm

I’m sure you know the Daily Mash. It’s an excellent, often rude, satirical news site that hits the nail firmly on the head when it comes to a fictional story about an eBay buyer.

And just for a giggle I wanted to share this recent article with an eBay twist: Complaining bastard seeks flaw in eBay purchase.

And it begins: “A SERIAL complainer is hoping to find something wrong with a second-hand item purchased from the internet.”

It’s worth a little read and I suspect that any eBay seller with a few miles on the clock will find the scenario very familiar (and funny) indeed.

  • james
    2 years ago

    I’ve had four Normans this morning already. :-(

  • tinker
    2 years ago

    greedy bugger

  • Ian A
    2 years ago

    Saw this on Facebook, amusing.

    Also highlights how a lot of people feel about eBay as a place to sell

  • 2 years ago

    What an apt title! Yes, a right bastard! Wouldn’t it be great to track him down and complain about him. Then again its probably not his real name used in this article. And my desire for justice is fleeting…

  • Gerry007
    2 years ago

    Bah, humbug…..!!

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