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Looking for a tool to help find bargains on eBay?

Try bidCal from Calgoo. bidCal is a free tool that allows eBay buyers to monitor relevant, upcoming auctions from inside their electronic calendars. You can learn more at http://www.calgoo.com/bidcal/ebay-calendar-auction-tool.do

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I've used this tool and I'm very satisfied with the results. For me, who uses eBay very often, it has helped me a lot to monitor my bids and do not miss out on any bid deadlines. I can also quickly see the current bid price for all items. That's really cool!!! I recommend!

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Want to set up basic ebay store. What is the requirement?


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Welcome to fixya.Please check this link http://pages.ebay.co.uk/help/sell/store-getstarted.html.That link will help you on how to get started on ebay.

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I sold an item on Ebay.But Before I gave the customer a shipping charge.he payed througth paypal an amount which was less thanthe fee which the Post office charges.Because the actual fee is greater he...


Hi,

FIrst you need to check your site preference if you allowed the buyers to edit the payment totals, if it is set up as yes you will need to disable it.

well, the buyer should pay whatever amount of shipping that you have placed in your listing. If the buyer will fail to do so, you can report this to Trust and Safety by using the link below
http://pages.ebay.com/help/contact_us/_base/result_3_6_10.html
click the email us link at the bottom

It will be your discretion on what you can do about the buyer, you can issue refund and then add the buyer in the block bidder buyer list. Unfortunately, this buyer can still leave you negative so please do be careful in dealing with this type of buyer. You can grant the buyer's wish to cancel, file a cancel transaction and you will get the final value fee credit.

In the future, you may want to add a shipping table in your item description so that buyers will see it before they purchase your item.

I hope this helps you a little.

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Im new to eBay and I'd like to know how I can find specific items up for auction


Go to the site specific to your country, ebay.com or ebay.co.uk I assume if you do ebay.dk for example it will take you to the relevant place too.

Once there depending upon what your after your best place to start is the search bar. Say I was looking for a new Mac Book I would enter just that to start the ball rolling.

Then on the Left Hand Side (LHS) you will be presented with a bunch of relevant options, like if its brand New or Used (ie second hand).

In my example I'm after a computer so I would choose the "apple computers and components category" then on the LHS again I would choose "Apple Laptops" that way I wont see all the accessories like screen protectors.

Hopefully you have got some good results by now, but if you have some specific features in mind, eg size of shoe if your after second hand shoes (clothes are usually a bargain) you can also select these in the LHS menu.

When bidding place a bid that is the maximum you are willing to pay and the site will slowly up your bid automatically if someone else bids less than you.

Good Luck!

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I have been happy with eBay,but they do not accept negative feedback,some thing is wrong there


It is eBAY policy not to allow sellers to leave negative feedback for buyers. However, a buyer CAN leave negative feedback for a seller. eBAY seems to favour the needs of buyers rather than sellers.

As a seller, I wold not leave any feedback until the buyer has left theirs. Then if they leave you negative feedback, you can always say something negative in your feedback to them. Even though the feedback cannot be flagged or marked as negative, other people can still read it.

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More secure way of buynig a car


Red Flags, Dude, all over the place. I wouldn't deal with this seller no matter what assurances they gave. Just find another car, there are thousands out there just like the one you want through reputable dealers. Let this go before you get taken to the bank. Don't ever give anybody your ebay information, never.

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A buyer is committed once the bid has been placed and won. That's part and parcel of Ebay rules.

I understand what you mean about the 'buyer' being likely to retaliate with negative feedback. Personally, I would email Ebay and explain that the buyer won't actually pay and you're worried about negative feedback. Ask them for their advice and let them sort it out, if they will.

You have of course paid to advertise the watch on Ebay. Not a lot of money to advertise, more of an annoyance factor that somebody has messed you around. The 'buyer' should of course be responsible for reimbursing your advertising costs but the truth is you're very unlikely to recover those.

Email Ebay and explain the situation. If a non-paying buyer leaves negative feedback in retaliation ... well, it shouldn't be allowed. Ebay should be able to either prevent negative feedback in retaliation, or remove it from your rating should it happen.

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Hi scotta38

Any new monitor will just plug in for you mate. As for a brand, or source, I find that governmet auctions are the best place to get one. or places like graysonline I am in Australia, but I am sure sites luke this exist everywhere, Ebay can land a bargain also.

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