The honeymoon period as America's darling came crashing down on top of Jordan Spieth this morning after it emerged the Masters Champions has negative feedback on eBay.  

A report in today's Lone Star Post details an incident in which an anonymous seller claims to have been emailed by Spieth daring to question the "Standard Postage" cost listed on the item.

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"I was selling a set of fishing lures for $15 with a very reasonable postage cost of $30," said the eBay Seller. "Next thing I get a mail from Spieth asking why the postage is so high for such a tiny item.  Even after I told him I only send 'post tracked and signed for' because regular post isn't reliable and that packing was also included he continued to complain and then cancelled the sale.  Where does this guy get off? I put a bunch of negative feedback on his ass. Spieth should know better than to not only disregard all the frequently asked questions about postage, but to then have the gall to send a separate mail under the guise of "Ask Seller Another Question" to attempt to get cheaper postage on an eBay item."

An investigation into the matter is set to air on 60 Minutes later in the week.
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