Unfortunately, you accepted the offer. You should have countered with 10,000. I'll see you both in court.
You do know old Bill's statement about first killing the lawyers was made in jest, right?
In the meantime, on to more important matters: VISA, check, or cash? I have my $10 all ready to go...
Now, now, you're just a tad upset over selling the collection so cheaply. And in public, no less.
I also plan to sue because the deal is unfair. I would have countered with $11, but all that happened before I came online. If I owned a decent watch, maybe I would have been around. It should be obvious that I am underprivileged, and that I have been clearly discriminated against because of my personal circumstances regarding time.I'll see you both in court.
I plan to retain Whart as my attorney, so you guys are definitely screwed.
Andre, If you want to settle, send the watches to me for free. That will avoid a possible class action by all the other people who weren't online at the time.
Peter, you can just send me the $10.
Why not try here as well? get a ball-park number at eBay. (not sure if selling them as a lot will help you to maximize a deal)
No lies, no surprises
Write a concise listing that covers the basic specs of the watch (including model number) and some history. Note the specs because often watches come in models that vary slightly from one another, such as a 39mm and a 41mm option. The qualitative, anecdotal history of your watch helps paint a picture of its condition in the buyer’s mind.