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Does eBay actually send: eBay Buyer Protection- Order ID# forms to potential buyers?

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e bay is just an agent for sellers and buyers

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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.

Aug 14, 2011 | eBay Auctions

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How to add buyers to your block bidder/buyer list - eBay



Here's how you can add a member to your Blocked Bidder/Buyer List:
1. Click "Site Map" located in the upper right corner of most eBay pages
2. Click "Block Bidder/Buyer List" near the top of the "Selling Activities" header in the center column.
3. Click "Add an eBay user to my Blocked Bidder/Buyer List."
4. Enter the user ID or email address of the member you'd like to block.
5. Click "Submit."
Note: If you add a member to the block bidder list who has already bid on one of your items, you'll want to cancel their bid.

on Jan 21, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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There is a buick for sale in Philadelphia,Pa. and I live in that city and I sent the person 3 e mails that I was interested in his car and would like to see the car. After three e mails still no answer....


Hi!

First check if there is an item number (12 digits) and if there is then locate it on eBay.com or at motors.ebay.com. Check if there's a listing like that. You will need to log in to your eBay account so that you can bid or buy it now the item. If you don't have an eBay account, then you need to create one.

If you see the item in a different site, do not continue. eBay will not cover that item under the buying protection if it's not listed on their site.


Here's how the REAL transactions work on eBay:
1. buyer sees the item listed on eBay
2. buyer buys/bids on the item ( Checking an reading the item description with an understanding of the item that they want to purchase)
3. buyer wins item (the buyer can now request the phone number of the seller if the buyers has concerns about the item.)
4. buyer's name appears as winner on the listing
5. item number appears in "Items Won" in buyer's My eBay page
6. seller sends an invoice
7. buyer pays the seller (buyer does not pay eBay)
8. seller ships item/ buyer picks up item


I hope this helps. Have a good one! Don't forget to rate!

PS: Also, do not send check, money order, wire or bank transfer. Check eBay's Accepted Payment methods.

May 16, 2011 | eBay Auctions

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Ebay is sending my paypal money to somone else


Hi there!
If you are the seller please check the PayPal email address you have in the listing that you posted. you can do this by clicking the sell similar link in the item page then check the section to where you need to add the PayPal address.
If it's not correct, you can contact the buyer and ask the buyer to cancel the payment and then you can send a manual paypal invoice, you need to ask the buyer for his/her paypal email address.
If you are the buyer, check with eBay to why they are sending your payment to another member.
ebay live help:
http://pages.ebay.com/help/basics/n-livehelpemail.html ebay phone number: http://contact.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ContactUsNextGen&Query=How%20do%20I%20verify%20my%20seller's%20account%3F

Oct 23, 2010 | eBay Auctions

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I have just sold an item from ebay. The item was perfectly good condition. Was recieved by buyer and was very happy with item left me good feedback. He paid through paypal. A week later buyer complained th...


Nothing. You agreed to allow PayPal to arbitrate in such matters.
If you fully documented the items, make sure the items are actually the ones you sold and not switched. Fedral law may apply if the buyer/thief is in a different state.

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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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Ebay Problems with Buyer


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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