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 Post subject: Re: eBay tales of woe
PostPosted: Thu Sep 17, 2015 14:16 
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 Post subject: Re: eBay tales of woe
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The nice lady is coming to collect the Jag in an hour. Chances of it actually being sold via eBay have now risen to 15%.

Huh, now it's risen to 100%.

They didn't even test drive it 8)


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The nice lady is coming to collect the Jag in an hour. Chances of it actually being sold via eBay have now risen to 15%.

Huh, now it's risen to 100%.

They didn't even test drive it 8)

Every car I've sold via eBay has basically gone like that. Just turn up, hand the money over, and go away.

My kind of buyers.

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 Post subject: Re: eBay tales of woe
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I had the same when I sold my Bravo - I even offered to take them out for a drive first to show them it worked, but they just handed over cash and drove off.


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 Post subject: Re: eBay tales of woe
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Now I think about it, this happened to me when I sold our old KA. That was only worth £300 quid though so I don't think either of us were that bothered.


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I think mine was £3300.
I also had someone want to buy my Vespa without even seeing it - he was happy to pay the money into my bank account and arrange for it to be collected (and no it wasn't a scam).


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 Post subject: Re: eBay tales of woe
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The best one was the guy who bought the BMW 7 Series off me (the one I bought off Trooper.)

He got a mate to drive him over to my house from Berlin, had a quick look around the car, paid me the money and then drove off - all the way back to Berlin, to break the car for parts.

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 Post subject: Re: eBay tales of woe
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The best one was the guy who bought the BMW 7 Series off me (the one I bought off Trooper.)

He got a mate to drive him over to my house from Berlin, had a quick look around the car, paid me the money and then drove off - all the way back to Berlin, to break the car for parts.

There's a lot of that happening. And it's worth it.

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The best one was the guy who bought the BMW 7 Series off me (the one I bought off Trooper.)

He got a mate to drive him over to my house from Berlin, had a quick look around the car, paid me the money and then drove off - all the way back to Berlin, to break the car for parts.


Yeah my mate had a M3 with a blown diff that went exactly the same way. No nonsense German buyer pulled up at his house with a tow truck, car went off to be broken for parts. Got a very good price for it too.

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Didn't check properly the dimensions of a cupboard I bought for 99p. The man is going to deliver it. For a tenner in his van.

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I bought this from a seller on eBay:
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However, when the package arrived, that was not what they had sent. They had sent this:
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I contacted the seller saying that they'd sent the wrong item (and in completely the wrong size) so I'd be happy to send the incorrect item back and could they either refund my purchase or, preferably, send me out the correct item in the correct size.

The seller contacted me back to say they'd sent the item because they were so busy, and that they would refund me only 30% as it was not quite the right item...

Er... :blown:

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 Post subject: Re: eBay tales of woe
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Amazing! Imagine doing that in a shop on the high street?!?

What on earth were they thinking? Take it to eBay and get all your money back!


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Well that won't take long for eBay to sort out.


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I replied, again saying unfortunately it was the wrong item (and one I did not want) and in the wrong size, so absolutely no good for my purposes. I asked again for a replacement, or saying I'd send it back for a full refund. I have pasted their response below...

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Dear buyer, we are very sorry to hear that our terms were not acceptable by you. Since 30% refund didn't make you satisfied, how about 50%? I hope you can accept - you know it's very hard to live in Ebay now, and very hard to make a decent profit ,but we still want to make you happy. I hope you can understand and leave us a positive feedback with 5 stars. I await your response, thanks.

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 Post subject: Re: eBay tales of woe
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Well that won't take long for eBay to sort out.

Once I'm up and about I will put up a dispute. I'm not going to try to reason with that person any more.

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Hi, we know you ordered a green jumper, but as we were very busy, we hoped that the purple bowling ball cake mould would be OK. Please accept a 50p Nandos voucher as compensation. Return postage to be paid by buyer. KTHNKSBY


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 Post subject: Re: eBay tales of woe
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I replied, again saying unfortunately it was the wrong item (and one I did not want) and in the wrong size, so absolutely no good for my purposes. I asked again for a replacement, or saying I'd send it back for a full refund. I have pasted their response below...

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Dear buyer, we are very sorry to hear that our terms were not acceptable by you. Since 30% refund didn't make you satisfied, how about 50%? I hope you can accept - you know it's very hard to live in Ebay now, and very hard to make a decent profit ,but we still want to make you happy. I hope you can understand and leave us a positive feedback with 5 stars. I await your response, thanks.



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Hahaha! Jesus, some people.

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 Post subject: Re: eBay tales of woe
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Wow. That's impressive levels of stupidity or dishonesty - not quite sure which.


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IT'S VERY HARD TO LIVE ON EBAY NOW

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IT'S VERY HARD TO LIVE ON EBAY NOW



Next email will be 70% as a final offer and a threat to negative feedback.

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Ordered one dining set (plates and so on) from Argos.

Arrives smashed.

Start a return, send photos to Argos (their Ebay thing)

Return accepted.

Print label. I don't have a printer...

I have absolutely no other option than to print a fucking label with a printer I don't fucking have. I can not even add a message to tell Argos I don't have said fucking printer.

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Its not just EBay you have to watch when selling, Pay Pal can cause issues as well

I had an email from them about something I sold back in November, the claim was that the payment was made without the account owners permission

Unless you have proof of postage (which I did) Pay Pal will find against you, they even advised that I took pictures of everything!

Pay Pal claims of this nature can be raised up to 180 days after the sale. I thought the whole thing was a bit suspect as 10 weeks had elapsed since the payment, who doesn't look at their credit card statement for that long?


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I threw away a ton of post office receipts from September/October yesterday.

I think I'll dig them out the bin.


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I'm selling a couple of old push chair/travel systems on eBay. They've been on for 10 days and I must have had about 25-30 people ask if I have a buy it now price or if I'll sell bits of it separately.

Annoying.

And last night I put some more stuff on eBay. I woke up this morning to two messages asking if I've got a buy it now price.

What's wrong with people? Someone has offered me £10 for one item which straight away makes me think that it's worth more than that so clearly, I'm going to want to let the auction run.


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The best thing these days is to stick a buy in now price on and insist on immediate Pay Pal payment.

It stops all the email messages and the nutters that buy things then never pay.


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I'm selling a couple of old push chair/travel systems on eBay. They've been on for 10 days and I must have had about 25-30 people ask if I have a buy it now price or if I'll sell bits of it separately.

Annoying.

And last night I put some more stuff on eBay. I woke up this morning to two messages asking if I've got a buy it now price.

What's wrong with people? Someone has offered me £10 for one item which straight away makes me think that it's worth more than that so clearly, I'm going to want to let the auction run.


Yeah, the large majority of them will be chancers hoping you'll accept far less than it's worth.
Even if you put a disclaimer in saying "No BIN" they'll still ask.


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Tomorrow is BIN discussion day, anyway.

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I have epic bin tale to tell.

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I'm selling a couple of old push chair/travel systems on eBay. They've been on for 10 days and I must have had about 25-30 people ask if I have a buy it now price or if I'll sell bits of it separately.

Annoying.

And last night I put some more stuff on eBay. I woke up this morning to two messages asking if I've got a buy it now price.

What's wrong with people? Someone has offered me £10 for one item which straight away makes me think that it's worth more than that so clearly, I'm going to want to let the auction run.


Thing is you are selling old stuff which I guess in part is cluttering up your house and that you have also had you moneys worth from?

So best thing is to search for what you are selling first in Ebay then look at completed listings and see what is a realistic price.

Then set the BIN and also immediate Pay Pay payment, if it doesn't sell you can adjust and relist for free

This filters out all the clowns that make shit offers and ask dumb questions.


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Good point. I've got a load of wrestling masks that I'm planning on putting on ebay this evening. I might follow your lead and do this.


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Good point. I've got a load of wrestling masks that I'm planning on putting on ebay this evening. I might follow your lead and do this.


Trade you one for some games ;)

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Good point. I've got a load of wrestling masks that I'm planning on putting on ebay this evening. I might follow your lead and do this.


Trade you one for some games ;)


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Good point. I've got a load of wrestling masks that I'm planning on putting on ebay this evening. I might follow your lead and do this.


Trade you one for some games ;)


If you're serious, you have a deal!


Sure. I've always wanted my own wrestling mask!

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Me (at a museum).


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Is that Vision or Curio? They both look the same from the parts that are on show.

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Is that Vision or Curio? They both look the same from the parts that are on show.


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Ace, well you have a deal. I'll post a selection tonight that you can pick from.

I'll then leave it at home for a few days while I forget to go to the post office. ;)


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I've had three odd but overall positive experiences on eBay recently.

The first, a new bidder with no feedback won an auction I had up. When she won she said that her card was stolen so she had to wait to make payment. About ten days later her new card hadn't arrived, so after a bit of a chat she decided to use a bank account funded payment and pay via e-cheque. This took ages to clear (nearly two weeks) and as I was getting ready to go to the PO she emailed to say that she noticed that the address she had down was made from half her address and half her mum's in another part of the country, she assumes Google autocompleted. I think she was a bit upset as having bought a few things from various sellers, having waited so long to get payment to us and then realise that all the others had already sent to the other address as the other e-cheques cleared quicker that she'd maybe not receive the items. She said she was pregnancy and just everything was going wrong as she couldn't concentrate and kept getting muddled. I put a few little baby things in with the order: a little toy and comforter, etc. She got the parcel yesterday and sent me the loveliest email and feedback, about how a kind act by a stranger can just put everything into perspective. It's true, and I have felt that a few times in my life, so it left me feeling very glad that I could make this girl smile a little after a run of bad luck.

Another auction was won by someone who's eBay account name was different from the paypal account and different again from the recipient address. Anyway, they claimed not to have received the parcel (whether they did or didn't, I have no idea) but instead of contacting me filed a dispute. I dropped them a message just to ask if it might have gone to a relative's address as this was different from the paypal or eBay names (all had the same surname) after no response I just refunded her, and chalked up the loss, but I contacted Royal Mail with the proof of posting receipt, and they only went and refunded me the cost of the item and the postage, so I made no loss!

The third was a transaction as a buyer. I bought a baby monitor that is £85 new, but there was one on ebay new and sealed for £60. Fine and great, except when it arrived it was not in any way new or sealed. It was clearly used with all the normal marks from every daywear and tear, and even a bit of yellow paint on it. I had no problem with buying second hand, but I'd not have paid so much for a second hand unit (there were plenty of others going for £40-£50 or so for the type I wanted. 'Sealed' in this case meant that they sellotaped the bits into some old bags.

I contacted the seller and said that I had received the unit but was disappointed that it had been sold as 'new' and included pictures of the paint and scuff marks, etc. She replied saying that she had sold it previously to someone who changed their mind, but who told her that they hadn't looked inside the (not sealed) box, she didn't check and took them for their word, etc. It was a tall tale, but I couldn't be bothered to argue, but she said I could either sent it back for a full refund or she's refund me 50%, so it ended up only costing me £30, which was actually a bit less than the others were going for if it had been sold as being in the condition it truly was in.

Anyway, It's just nice that things seem to have resolved themselves in these three cases.

Also! I phoned eBay after a seller was harassing me by contacting me 3-4 times a day to remove neutral feedback I left for a faulty item. They offered me a refund (it was for a tiny cheap thing) so I said I would, but they messed up the resolution, so I couldn't change it, and I said if they could open the dispute back up I could. I asked eBay if they would open it for me as this guy was contacting me and getting quite nasty, and I just wanted him off my back. eBay said they would not as his behaviour was inappropriate and in this case the neutral or negative feedback served to protect future customers, but blocked him from sending me any messages. I never thought I'd say yay for eBay, but yay!

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Can I get a tldr?

She sold some stuff on eBay. It wasn't as soul-crushingly awful as usual

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Can I get a tldr?

She sold some stuff on eBay. It wasn't as soul-crushingly awful as usual

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That mask is very slimming, Andy.

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