Quick eBay question re cancelling bids
Bidder has just contacted me about cancelling a bid on ebay. He’s made a few bids (not automatic ones) and this has pushed price up against another bidder.Posted 3 years ago
If I cancel his bid, will it cancel only his highest bid, or all of his bids? Can’t find the answer on the sitegears_suckMember
I’d end the auction. If you let it run, eBay will charge fees based on the final price. Even if you don’t get the money.Posted 3 years ago
Yes, you can open a case to claim back due to non payers, but it’s intentionally convoluted and a pain in the asterisk.
You’ll loose your insertion fees though but that’s probably more bearable.
One more reason to steer clear of it. So many scams it’s ridiculous.joeeggMember
I had a problem bidding on a caravan when the seller cancelled all other bids except mine.He contacted me before bidding had finished to say I had bought the van and wanted to arrange the payment and collection.After some abusive e-mails from him I found out that the bids he cancelled were his own through another party.Posted 3 years ago
He was registered as a private seller but looking at his history showed he was a regular seller of caravans.
I’ve cancelled his bids as he seems like a whiny type. His reason for wanting me to cancel his bids was he didn’t realise it was so old, and it didn’t come with a battery. Both are clear from the listing (the age is in the title). The bids have recovered to a reasonable amount so glad he’s out of the picture really. Would have been an arse pain.
Plumber, yes it is me that has the eggles. Not them I’m selling, but I could be talked into parting with the pink one for the right pricePosted 3 years ago
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