When you go shopping in a mall, you look into the stores while walking by. If you see something from the door you like, do you not usually walk into the place and take a closer look at the product and its functionality? or Do you call an employee to the front door and just hand them money for the item you just saw from a distance and close your eyes until you get home to view its functionality?
If you buy, on ebay, based on a title and photo, that is what you are doing. How can any buyer honestly say they know exactly what they may be getting based on a title and photo (especially if the photo is a stock photo)? Then when buyers purchase items like that and it comes in slightly different then what they ASSUMED or came with a scratch (notated in listing at top of description) and they complain to the seller and in some cases leave negative blaming the seller for not putting the descriptor that the product was scratched in the title.
A BUYER IS RESPONSIBLE FOR READING THE AUCTION DESCRIPTION. buyers keep on telling seller that they should not use the title for the title but for the condition and other details .. A title is just that A TITLE. it is suppoed to CONTAIN WORDS that will CONVINCE the buyer to READ ON not BUY.. NO SELLER, or should i say smart seller, wants ANY buyer buying based solely on a title/photo.. A TITLE is supposed to catch your eye to want to read on
PLEASE BUYERS.. READ DESCRIPTIONS.. ASK QUESTIONS NOT LISTED IN DESCRIPTIONS... IT WILL MAKE EBAY A MUCH HAPPIER PLACE