General Discussion: ebay & paypal queries and questions thread...post anything you need to know in hurr


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fan
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3948 posts since 11/2/07

10 Mar 2008 14:42
fucking resellers dont quite get what they want on one item and they wont go through with it, karma will get them
sjwt
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602 posts since 4/3/07

10 Mar 2008 15:13
Just had this listing removed, it's getting ridiculous Laughing out loud i may have said it's cheap compared to dior in my description but there are other's on there with dior in the title ffs.

ebay wrote: 150224130752 - H&M MENS BLACK LEATHER JACKET M **STUNNING JACKET **

Why was your listing removed?

Trademark infringement is unlawful and breaches eBay's policies. A trademark is a unique sign (such as a name, word, phrase, logo, or symbol) that a company uses to identify its products and/or services.

Using another company's trademark in a way that may confuse buyers about the source of goods or services, or confuses buyers into believing that the seller is affiliated with, sponsored by or endorsed by the trademark owner is both illegal and against eBay's policies. Examples include counterfeits, unauthorised replica items and items that bear the brand or logo of a company without that company's permission.

Guideline: If the product you are listing bears the brand or logo of a company, but it wasn't made or authorised by that company, don't sell it on eBay. It's against the law to sell unauthorised replicas of brand name products. Accordingly, listings for unauthorised replicas are not permitted on eBay.
aitch
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8923 posts since 19/8/07

10 Mar 2008 15:15
Mines on ebay with some references with dior as well, better get editing.
sjwt
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602 posts since 4/3/07

10 Mar 2008 15:18
Definitely mate, this is the second time mine has been taken down and i thought i wasn't key word spamming at all Shocked
t_dot
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6087 posts since 1/8/05

10 Mar 2008 15:27
i send a lot of items out by royal mail first class recorded, nearly all these items arrive. When you go to track them a lot of them never get signed for, but i know they have arrived. Would i be able to claim for these items as im not really getting the service i paid for.
india
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5662 posts since 31/10/05

10 Mar 2008 20:09
on this pc ebay has started going like this. it takes ages to look for anything. anyone know what i can do to get it back to normal?

thanks

dan-tours-velos
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3544 posts since 26/8/06

10 Mar 2008 21:22
they only pull stuff other cunts grass about
Dee
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11230 posts since 22/11/07

10 Mar 2008 21:27
^this is so true^

I have just had notice on my paypal that having received more than 650.00 this year I have to re-verify by telephone and credit card. Anyone had this before?
staygold
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4998 posts since 21/11/05

10 Mar 2008 21:30
dan-tours-velos wrote: they only pull stuff other cunts grass about
It's ridiculous, they make it impossible to sell things, there is key word spamming in nearly every title, luck of the draw I guess
Noble Locks
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66963 posts since 10/7/03

10 Mar 2008 21:37
if you are selling something and you are using a word you shouldnt, do not dare tell anyone on here…it will instantly be taken down..there is some proper sad cunts on here that do it all the time.
staygold
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4998 posts since 21/11/05

10 Mar 2008 21:43
Edit - through paranoia
robii
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18857 posts since 8/9/06

11 Mar 2008 01:24
t_dot wrote: i send a lot of items out by royal mail first class recorded, nearly all these items arrive. When you go to track them a lot of them never get signed for, but i know they have arrived. Would i be able to claim for these items as im not really getting the service i paid for.


I'll let you know. I've just made a claim for 21 items that there is no tracking info for. A number of them didn't actually arrive but most did
dan-tours-velos
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3544 posts since 26/8/06

11 Mar 2008 07:16
only claimed off royal mail once, some bike part i snet was not delivered, claimed £250 back, arrived return to sender about 6 weeks later
Commander_Venus
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8620 posts since 16/7/06

11 Mar 2008 13:58
Stanleyboy wrote: ^this is so true^

I have just had notice on my paypal that having received more than 650.00 this year I have to re-verify by telephone and credit card. Anyone had this before?

Yeh I had something similar a few years ago, apparently the money I had received in the space of time needed verifying, apparently to make sure I wasnt laundering money or something :LOL: my amount was £5000 though. Maybe thats cause its a business acct tho?
Its was nothing to worry about they just phoned with a code and I had to put it in.
robii
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18857 posts since 8/9/06

14 Mar 2008 09:09
If you sell something with buy it now, is it uneasonable to expect immediate payment? The only reason I listed this way was for a quick sale. Still waiting for payment six days later. Could have got more money if I'd auctioned these jeans. Ebay buyer now reckons he's gonna pay today but I've found another buyer. Would it be fair to sell to whoever pays first?
Noble Locks
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66963 posts since 10/7/03

14 Mar 2008 10:00
course it would, pricks taking the piss…id sell to the other geezer out of principle…dun press my fucking 'buy it now' on a sunday if you cant pay till you get your wages friday night you cock….do it, and do it quick style.
staygold
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4998 posts since 21/11/05

14 Mar 2008 10:09
When I bought something recently with BIN it would only let me complete the transaction after I had paid via paypal, there was no way out of it, I clicked buy it now and then tried to quit paypal and it said if I did the transaction would not be complete - didn't know you could do that
Noble Locks
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66963 posts since 10/7/03

14 Mar 2008 10:14
to be fair, i thought that was 'always' the case now you come to say it, once you click 'commit to buy' it takes you strait into 'pay now'…but that might be if the seller 'only' accepts paypal.
ilikeashirt
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1380 posts since 11/5/07

14 Mar 2008 12:27
When you list an item there is a tick box in the paypal section for pay immediately with bin.

If this is not ticked payment could be sent by cheque or paypal whenever.

If you tick it then it knock cheque payments off etc.
robii
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18857 posts since 8/9/06

14 Mar 2008 13:07
In hindsight, I should have ticked the immediate payment thing, but that then means the only payment method is paypal and I would prefer a bank payment, but still the next day. If paying by paypal there should be no reason why you don't pay straight away. I asked the guy why he didn't pay and he said he was on holiday and didn't have his paypal password with him

He's paid now anyway. I would have fucked him off for the other guy but the original bidder was in the UK and my backup buyer was in Australia so I had to take the twat's money