Competition for E-bay??

#1
Ok It's never going to be as big as E-bay, but this is what I like about it.

Each selling catagory has it's on moderator. So that the rogues and sharks are kept out, along with non-genuine items masquerading as the real thing.

For example, the Militaria catagory is moderated by a guy who ran a
specialist militaria auction company for 20 odd years.

www.specialistauctions.com
 
#2
I dont think it is supposed to be direct competition to Ebay. More for collectors, vintage gear etc.
Nice website I think. Good idea with the mods for each category and some nice watches on there.
 
#3
The Mods must either be inept or asleep, though. The website blurb seems to say that they want to sell genuine stuff. OK, so this may not be a fake as such, but they have an Armoured Corps badge advertised as a "Tank Driver's Badge"!

There seems to be a dearth of accurate description or provenance to many of the items as well.
 
#4
RedRabbit said:
The Mods must either be inept or asleep, though. The website blurb seems to say that they want to sell genuine stuff. OK, so this may not be a fake as such, but they have an Armoured Corps badge advertised as a "Tank Driver's Badge"!

There seems to be a dearth of accurate description or provenance to many of the items as well.
I contacted the MOD in the militaria to query a medal a seller had totally mis-described. Medal was pulled in 10 minutes, now how long would it take E-bay, 2 days!!!
 
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