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What is it with Discogs sellers? Post your horror stories here...

Discussion in 'Marketplace Discussions' started by glamorbowie1, May 10, 2021.

  1. brass_monkey

    brass_monkey New Member

    St. Louis, MO
    Not necessarily a "horror story" but curious whether I should say something to a seller.

    They had a copy of Kind of Blue listed as F / F and in the description was, "lots of surface noise, no repeats". Seemed like there was a chance that the seller under graded and it was a G or G+ copy based off of the description, so I took a chance. The issue is that it was listed as a 2002 Classic Records reissue and I ended up receiving an original stereo press 6 eye, which I'm fine with. I listened to it and the description was correct. It played through without skipping but surface noise was prevalent throughout.

    Should I say something to this seller? I was thinking maybe just a message and then positive feedback since they were careful with the grading? I'm fine with the mistake, so I don't think they deserve negative feedback (and have no intentions on sending back or chasing any sort of refund). They're a new seller with less than 10 feedback. They do have 1 neutral but it is for sleeve condition (cut corner listed as NM). I do not see anything in their feedback about incorrectly listing.

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