Suspect Ebay forks
If you look at the other items does seem like a bike breaker?
i like the wheel “which has still git nobbles onit its that new”
😯 … 😕 … 😆
this really is great.
stolen or not, i wouldn’t ever buy from someone that big an idiot. will he be able to pack things properly? will you receive a brick, or a banana? might the wheel contains a bar of chocolate? who knows, who wants to find out.Posted 5 years agoboltonjonMember
Ebay really is a fantastic device to advertise and sell stolen goods to the entire country – its an outrageous
When i was young, you used to have to go to a dodgy pub to pick up a knocked of TV for £20 – they were never delivered to your door!
Surely, it must be common knowledge amongst the public, the authorities and Ebay that loads of knocked of stuff is sold here – so why on earth aren’t they trying to stamp it out?
Yes, I know i’m living in my little bubble world thinking that the authorities might actually care – but at least if the general (and law abiding) public were made aware than stuff was stolen, then they might avoid ebay like the plague, thus reducing the market, thus reducing the thefts?
How can it be fixed???
Rant over! 😀Posted 5 years agoTuckerUKMember
so why on earth aren’t they trying to stamp it out?
Because eBay make tons and tons of money out of dodgy sales?
I once had an issue with eBay and tried serving them with some legal documents. Good luck finding a UK legal address for them! It seems eBay are pretty untouchable under UK laws.
Some of their best sellers (PowerSellers), and therefore their best revenue earners, are those selling counterfeit goods!Posted 5 years ago
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