Question about eBay Auctions
" ACCIDENTALLY bid "
Life is tough...
(firstname.lastname@example.org)... I simply don't believe it.
This is a spoof (right?).
I suppose WE should enact laws to protect you from
the consequences of YOUR OWN ACTIONS HERE...
I think folks that can't control their BIDDING..
OUGHT to bring money (lot & lots)... but SADLY
there is a process that allows for bid retractions.
(( alas ))
I remember going to a CALTRANS action as a young man
hoping to pick up a house... There was a guy there...
that OUT-BID himself TWICE (I thought it was wonderful )...
In REAL-LIFE that works..!!
PERSONALLY... I am seriously afraid (GFI)
GROUND-FAULT-INTERUPTERS have already
SERIOUSLY tampered with natural selection.
((I am just saying)).
Carnac the Magnificent ..
Posted on Jun 30, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: buying a fake item
oh ok this has happened to me b4 and i got my money back so listen up
whtever bank you have contact them and explain to them the situation i prefer if u can and if ur bank lets u to create an online accnt and then form there just file a dispute online its much faster (thts wht i did and got a $150 back. and if u cant do it over the net just call the bank up and tell them give them the user name of the guy and his paypal sn. if they say that contact paypal keep arguing and tell them that paypal wont do it becasue the guy ran with ur money
Posted on Oct 07, 2008
I would suggest to open a dispute in Ebay site.
Also, open a paypal acoount and try to always use this.
For my experience i had 2 similar cases. I have opened a dispute in paypal and the day after had my money back.
Posted on Nov 07, 2009
log into your paypal account www.paypal.com then go to recent transactions history, find the one with the problem and compy the transaction long number.
now go to resolution centre, and file a claim using that transaction number we copied earlier and paypal will look into your case and refund you, dont forget to submit the claim after 2 or 3 days.
Posted on Nov 25, 2009
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