I'm very wary of ebay since I bought an "as new" popcorn maker that came with a chunk missing from the side. I contacted the seller and was told that I should've asked if it was in tact, and that if I left bad feedback he'd leave bad feedback for me. What's the point in that?
I am wondering if it's not against eBay's policy.
These jumper wires are perfect for us bread boarders. I know I've posted about these a few times but I can't say enough good stuff about them.
It still seems a bit petty.
I find it a few bucks cheaper to buy a boat load of resisters and lop the leads off.
Well in that case, you just buy a few hundred meters of solid strand wire without insulation...
Well, if you're not going to give the buyer a chance to fix an error that... might be a seller error...