A few days ago I received this message from a buyer. She made offers on 17 different sequined patches. All the patches have free shipping on them. Here's what she said:
"I just made offers on many of your lots. Please do not be offended by my offers. I have to buy low enough to make a profit. Being a large company I have many expenses, paying employees and taxes are killing me! If you can not except I understand. Thank you for your time."
I didn't respond to her message. I did make counter offers on the items. Some she took, some she didn't. She paid, and my "tiny company" sent her "large company" the product she ordered.
She received her items within 3 days of purchase (today) and I received this message from her:
"Also I wanted to ask if you mind if I use your photos so I don't have to take photos of the items I buy from you.This would be very helpful and I would possibly buy more from you if I did not have to take photos. Saves me time and when it is an item I can not reorder I do not like to take much time on listing them. Since my time is very limited Bless you and your business."
There are so many thing I want to say to this. But I'd like to hear what you have to say… The best response receives one of each of the patches she ordered from me…
You know you want them! They are very sparkle-y!
Maybe I'll let *you* use my pictures…