Not Mine 290-300 VINTAGE PAULSON POKER CASINO CHIPS CLAY COMPOSITION ACES STRAIGHT FLUSH

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LOL :eek:

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http://www.ebay.com/itm/290-300-VIN...COMPOSITION-ACES-STRAIGHT-FLUSH-/151691509225
 

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Folks, please report this listing to eBay:

Report Category: Listing practices
Reason for Report: Search and browse manipulation
Detailed Reason: Misusing a brand name

Thanks.
 

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You mean they are not vintage Paulson chips found under a sofa cushion?!! :confused: :rolleyes:
 

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I wonder if anyone will notice if I mix those in with my fan of cards set I'm trying to build up...
 

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The guy who had them listed did change the listing and then sent me a nastygram whining about suggesting he intentionally tried to be misleading.

Hero - "Your item is absolutely 100% NOT Paulson chips and to have the name in the listing suggesting that it is possible is fraudulent sir."

Villain - "As I do not know gambling or poker chips I consulted a so-called "expert" in this area to help identify the maker. It was strongly suggested to me these were made by Paulsen. Accordingly, I have removed the Paulsen name from the title and body of the listing. Your statement could have been more helpful if you identified the manufacturer, instead of accusing me of intentional fraudulent activity, which was not the intent !"

Hero - "Bullshit, the village idiot would know these are not Paulson. You consulted a so-called "expert" and still thought they were Paulson?...Double Bullshit!"
 

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I sent the seller a friendly note explaining the chips were not Paulson.

The guy who had them listed did change the listing and then sent me a nastygram whining about suggesting he intentionally tried to be misleading.

Hero - "Your item is absolutely 100% NOT Paulson chips and to have the name in the listing suggesting that it is possible is fraudulent sir."

Villain - "As I do not know gambling or poker chips I consulted a so-called "expert" in this area to help identify the maker. It was strongly suggested to me these were made by Paulsen. Accordingly, I have removed the Paulsen name from the title and body of the listing. Your statement could have been more helpful if you identified the manufacturer, instead of accusing me of intentional fraudulent activity, which was not the intent !"

Hero - "Bullshit, the village idiot would know these are not Paulson. You consulted a so-called "expert" and still thought they were Paulson?...Double Bullshit!"

Sounds friendly to me...
 

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You consulted a so-called "expert" and still thought they were Paulson?

This is exactly my point and exactly why I did not bother with a polite email to the seller. There is NO WAY this seller doesn't know these aren't Paulson chips. Not a single chance in frozen hell.
 

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Seems legit.

I've been staring at this for 10 minutes, where the hell is Waldo?

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