Mary Moo Moos-Mary Had a Farm Christmas Potty--NIB
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Sold Date: 11/27/2007
Channel: Online Auction
***MARY MOO MOOS--MARY HAD A FARM***CH RI ST MA S P OT TY This cute, extra large figurine is named "Christmas Potty" (#274135) which show a cow in the outhouse reading a newspaper! When you open the door, the figurine will play a Christmas tune. T are three tunes: "We Wish You A Merry Christmas" "It Came Upon A Midnight Clear" "Joy To The World" (The musical piece is located in the bottom of the potty and I believe you can remove it to replace the battery.) THIS ITEM WOULD GO GREAT WITH THE CHRISTMAS FIGURINES I'M OFFERING IN MY OTHER AUCTIONS! ~ PLEASE READ THE ENTIRE LISTING BEFORE BIDDING! ~ ~~~PAYMENT~~~ PLEASE use the checkout feature provided to you by eBay when paying for your items--even if sending a money order or cashier's check! When you fail to do this, it prevents me from printing a packing slip to include with your shipment. Payment is expected within three (3) days of auction's end . If you are using a method of payment other than PayPal, you must e-mail me within 48 hours with this information. If you need more time to pay for your item (seven (7) days total maximum) you must contact me within 48 hours of auction's end requesting an extension. (Extensions will be granted at my discretion) If neither requirement is met I will file an "Unpaid Item" with eBay. I know this may seem harsh but after being burned for non-payment and having a few buyers take advantage I've had to reassess my expectations. Just a fact: If this were a physical auction, (w buyers are in the same room with the item and the seller) buyers would be required to pay for their items before they leave the building. T would be no time limit for payment. It's a "cash and carry" sort of business. A buyer would also (hopefully) not attend an auction without first having the money with them to pay for items on which they bid. So, if you know that you can't possibly pay for an item I'm listing within the required time frame, please DO NOT BID. This saves you from making excuses or not contacting me at all and it saves me from having to report you and most likely giving you neutral or negative feedback. Check that PayPal, credit card, and bank account before bidding! End of Sermon :-) ~~~SHIPPING~~~ I ship Monday-Saturday when possible but I always ship within three (3) business days of receiving payment. (This does not include Saturday & Sunday.) If for any reason I cannot fulfill this obligation, I always contact you via e-mail. Domestic shipping will always be whatever is available, and the least expensive to save you money and suit the item being shipped. Normally, I use Parcel Post but some items such as DVDs, CDs, and game discs I can send Media Mail. On occasion Priority Mail is necessary in the event a buyer wants the item quickly. And at times, when the difference between Parcel and Priority is less than 50 cents, I will upgrade a shipment. This gets your package to you sooner! I don't overcharge on shipping fees! I use a postage scale for accurate weight and use the charts provided to me through the postal service. I cannot charge by the tenth (10 th ) of an ounce. Although my scales will show this weight, the postal service rounds it to the next ounce. Sorry about that--I don't make the charts. So, if I have something that actually weighs 9.6 ounces, I have to put 10 ounces in the weight box to print the shipping label. This isn't just for online shipping labels. It would cost the same if I carried it to my local post office and let them put the postage on the box. The day I ship your item, I will send you an e-mail letting you know when it was shipped, how it was shipped, and give you a tracking number. Once you receive the item I appreciate feedback as I always leave feedback for the buyers! I will discount shipping on multiple purchases!! ~~~HANDLING FEES~~~ This is ...
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