In the past two days five buyers have filed 21 instances of negative feedback against Nautiluso and have indicated in their feedback posts that they have filed claims with eBay. The actual number of records involved was higher — 24 records in total — because some of the feedback actually registered as positive, accidentally we presume. You can check out the feedback comments here, but here are some samples:
“Buyers be aware! 10/10 jazz auction was a mere fake; you’ll never get your recs!”
“Never received the record. No communication from seller. Claim filed with Paypal”
“Never received the item, filed claim with Ebay and Paypal…”
“Records never delivered. There is not a response at all either.”
If those comments are not bad enough here is the piece de resistance, from a classical buyer:
“The contents are 100% different Useless trash Search with Q123Q word.”
So the assumption on that last buyer is that he received a package from Nautiluso, probably timed to arrive after the 45-day time limit for filing a claim with eBay, and the contents of the package were not relective of those that he had won on the auction. We’ll do more reporting on this later today and tomorrow, but so far the tally is as follows:
- Six buyers total have left negative feedback stemming from the early October auctions of Nautiluso.
- Four of those buyers purchased 22 jazz records.
- One of the jazz buyers purchased nine records for approximately $12,743.
- Another jazz buyer purchased nine records for approximately $11,168.
- One jazz buyer purchased two records for $3,023. The other jazz buyer purchased two records for $1,324.
- The four classical records for which complaints have been filed totaled $2,357
Tags: Jazz Record Fraud