Question about eBay Auctions
Over the last year I've had 100% feedback and they want to hold funds because five buyers over the past year have gave low shipping scores when I contact customer service they say thats the oppion of the seller and I can't do anything about it even though I have proof items were shipped according to standard but ebay says it doesn't matter can you tell if the seller has any rights at all because i can't seem to get a straight answer.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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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.
Posted on Sep 17, 2008
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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.
Posted on Oct 11, 2008
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that's an email address... where did you hear about it ? i would suggest abit more research before you part with your money. if it is ebay.... may i have the link for the listing... or did you get an email out of the blue offering to sell you the car. also if she suggested an escrow service. as well email the person and ask them for their phone number and address and i'll do some research as well for you.
oh and just checked something.... i thought i smelled scam
I suggest you read this
Posted on Apr 02, 2009
Any guy on eBay who ain't behaving right has to be ignored. If you feel they are threatening 'aliens'from another planet, just report them to eBay bosses.
Posted on Nov 13, 2009
You might want to read this link from the EBAY site. You can always get any question about ebay answered under Community tab upper right corner. Then click on Answer center. That is where I got this info. you might also let the seller know that you are going to report him to ebay for not shipping item. It is not your fault that PayPal is holding his money.
It is not a new ebay policy or I would have to do it on every thing I sell on EBAY.
Posted on Jan 31, 2010
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