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12-02-2011 03:43 PM
j. r. Nice Don't give up yet on more money.......the next settlement check I smell coming is over their ridiculous final value fees on shipping.

If you didn't know, the "fee" goes in their pocket, not back to the buyer if the shipping/handling fees appear excessive. .
12-02-2011 03:21 PM
B-man $3.90 here
12-02-2011 02:24 PM
RichG
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Originally Posted by 79F150 View Post
I have company stock but its not my retirement. I doubt I would count on company stocks as retirement for that reason. I have hear about a lot of companies leaving employees broke. A couple coworks of mine talk about their spouses retirement working with delta being in the toilet for the same reason.
Yeah, it wasn't purchased stock, it was shared stock, and we were a privately owned company. The employees had 49%, the owner 51%. As older employees retired they would have their stock bought out and it was then divided among the rest of the employees. It was supposed to be all rolled over into a 401k within three years, but magically it didn't happen in time. At the last valuation (before the extreme screwing), my retirement was valued at just over $150k, not bad for a guy who was only 30 at the time.

Did I mention the owner was a lawyer? No shit. It's been over ten years and if I saw that bastard today I'd still beat his ass bloody... that's one grudge I just can't let go of.
12-02-2011 02:08 PM
Weber Mine was $.38!!!!! Yay!
12-01-2011 11:05 PM
Sock Puppet I received mine today. I now have $0.99 to burn. Hmmm....vending machine or Taco Bell?
12-01-2011 10:35 PM
BRONCONUT Damn I didn't get one! Seems to me that we now need to sue their lawyers.
12-01-2011 10:09 PM
biggies92bronco
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I have a check for $0.97 I think I have the smallest check.
You lose sir . I got $0.04. Woohoo!
12-01-2011 09:58 PM
Fireguy50 Just noticed that this check doesn't have the typical notice, that by cashing it gives up your right to sue eBay.
11-30-2011 05:19 PM
BikerPepe` I didn't get a check... or even a note giving me the bird.
11-30-2011 05:08 PM
79F150
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Originally Posted by RichG View Post
Pfft, a company I worked for filed bankruptcy, devalued their employee shared stock from $270 a share to less than a dollar. My retirement check (after fees, lies, and b.s.) came to $13.47, I didn't cash it, it's still in a box somewhere, one of these days I'll frame it.
I have company stock but its not my retirement. I doubt I would count on company stocks as retirement for that reason. I have hear about a lot of companies leaving employees broke. A couple coworks of mine talk about their spouses retirement working with delta being in the toilet for the same reason.
11-30-2011 04:57 PM
Traveler I have a check for $0.97 I think I have the smallest check.
11-30-2011 04:01 PM
BT93 I got a whopping 3.98. Time for daddy some new socks, wait...... A new sock I,......I, guess would, would,... be more like it
11-30-2011 03:42 PM
Cobra Jet Mine was a meesly $2.50...

The paper, envelope, postage & the labor rate expenses to mail it to me cost more than the f'n payout... LMFAO.
11-30-2011 10:01 AM
The Yak I got a check for $3.84, I feel rich. I think I'll go buy a cheeseburger now--thanks Ebay!
11-30-2011 01:55 AM
Fireguy50 Final Value Fees Paid :$127.58

Check Amount :$8.52

11-27-2011 11:30 AM
351w500 "Lawyers keep a Turd in their pocket for I.D." That is poetry and fact in one simple sentence.
11-27-2011 08:20 AM
Mels
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Originally Posted by jopes View Post
kinda seems like the lawyers are crooks.
Lawyers keep a turd in their pocket for ID.
11-27-2011 12:40 AM
loarmistead
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Ranger if your final value fees were so high I wonder where the hell the money went to? kinda seems like the lawyers are crooks.
Orly!? Always be skeptical of any personal injury or disability attorney, or any attorney willing to sponsor a class action lawsuit.
11-26-2011 09:38 PM
Shane C.
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Originally Posted by huggyb1972 View Post
What are you gonna spend all that loot on? there Jopes
Hes gonna head down to the pawn shop and use it as a deposit on that 5 drawer US General toolbox he has had his eye on.
11-26-2011 07:06 PM
RichG Pfft, a company I worked for filed bankruptcy, devalued their employee shared stock from $270 a share to less than a dollar. My retirement check (after fees, lies, and b.s.) came to $13.47, I didn't cash it, it's still in a box somewhere, one of these days I'll frame it.
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