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


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deuce
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14149 posts since 21/1/08

3 Jul 2009 13:02
so for every £100 you spend on ebay you get £1 back Laughing out loud awesome!
andymakesglasses
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20706 posts since 26/1/06

3 Jul 2009 13:17
It's more than you'd get in interest on your 100 quid if you left it in the bank Laughing out loud
robii
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18857 posts since 8/9/06

3 Jul 2009 13:23
It's just like a tesco clubcard then? I want an invite. I've been on eBay for 9 years and I spend thousands on there for work stuff
artiefufkin
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388 posts since 11/7/06

3 Jul 2009 14:20
Just invite yourself here:

http://my.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?RewardsExtEnroll
robii
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18857 posts since 8/9/06

3 Jul 2009 14:22
Won't let me
deuce
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14149 posts since 21/1/08

3 Jul 2009 15:04
Heres the link from the email;

http://my.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?RewardsExtEnroll
andymakesglasses
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20706 posts since 26/1/06

3 Jul 2009 15:11
It's an invitation for specific e-mail address / eBay accounts only.
artiefufkin
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388 posts since 11/7/06

3 Jul 2009 15:18
The link worked for me and I hadn't received an email so it's worth a go…
PHiL
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8745 posts since 31/8/03

6 Jul 2009 09:50
What the fuck, I just got up and checked my emails and somehow at 8am this morning I donated $1 to Kirk Ouimet for his Education Fund. I didnt authourise this transaction and have no idea who he is, WHAT THE FUCK!?

Receipt for your donation to [email protected]
From: [email protected] ([email protected])
Sent: 06 July 2009 07:56:01
To: me
PayPal
Dear me,

This email confirms that you have donated $1.00 USD to [email protected] ([email protected]) using PayPal.
The exchange rate for this purchase is 1 GBP = 1.58730USD

Donation Details
Confirmation number: 2DJ79618VB929851B
Donation amount: $1.00 USD
Total: $1.00 USD
Purpose: Kirk Ouimet Education Fund
Contributor: me
Phone: my no.


Recipient information
Donations coordinator: [email protected]
Noble Locks
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66963 posts since 10/7/03

6 Jul 2009 10:05
they have got your log in details and password and are about to scam you mate….change everything NOW!!
PHiL
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8745 posts since 31/8/03

6 Jul 2009 10:08
Already have - check him out on google and hes some internet entrepreneur :S really confused as to how this has happened and why hes only taken a dollar.

For a moment thought I may have accidently clicked that button on ebay to donate money but A. I would still have to sign into paypal to pay it and B. they would back such a shit 'charity'
Noble Locks
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66963 posts since 10/7/03

6 Jul 2009 10:10
they pay a dollar to a charity to make sure the details thay have got are correct, and once that works they go for ya….but there asmuch they can do on ebay/paypal, its tons worse when they do it with your bank details.
PHiL
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8745 posts since 31/8/03

6 Jul 2009 10:14
Ah so you reckon Ive got lucky and they aint had a chance to carry out a proper transaction?

Ive changed my Paypal passowrd is that enough?
Noble Locks
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66963 posts since 10/7/03

6 Jul 2009 10:15
yeah thats enough, and yeah you got lucky by checking in regularly…….id still contact ebay tho, get someone to send you a message to make sure they aint changed the email adress linked to the account, cos thats how they get hold of dough from sellers etc.
PHiL
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8745 posts since 31/8/03

6 Jul 2009 10:25
cheers, on the phone to em now.
PHiL
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8745 posts since 31/8/03

6 Jul 2009 10:52
Thick cunt women at paypal thought I was bothered about the Dollar, she thought it was a authourised payment by me because my password hadnt been changes. "Did you click the dontate button" "Does someone else have aaccess to you password" Evil
Jesus
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6098 posts since 7/10/08

6 Jul 2009 11:53
Jordan wrote: so for every £100 you spend on ebay you get £1 back Laughing out loud awesome!

I've spent 12k in the last 90 days though, for some people it will just be w welcome bonus
RETRO KID
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498 posts since 19/9/05

6 Jul 2009 18:58
I am after a new ebay shop front and auction listing design to make my shop look more professional. Can anyone on here recommend anyone that does this?
robii
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18857 posts since 8/9/06

7 Jul 2009 18:09
eBay wrote: eBay was built on a simple idea - that we could empower people by building a global trading platform where practically anyone could buy or sell practically anything. But that idea is now under threat from certain brand owners and manufacturers who are trying to turn back the clock and block the sale of their products on online marketplaces and other websites across the EU.

Ultimately, what is at stake is the right of sellers to compete
fairly in the wider online marketplace, and the right of buyers
to be able to access the best possible deals from the widest
possible selection of goods.



Some of these brand owners argue that their objective is to prevent the sale of counterfeits on eBay.
But thanks to our work with 31,000 other rights owners, only 0.15% of listings last year were detected or
reported as potentially counterfeit. The real aim of these brands is to block the sale of all their products on our site - regardless of whether such items are new or second-hand, genuine or fake. It's not just luxury items that are affected, but also everyday items like children's toys, electronic equipment, lawnmowers and pushchairs. And if we want to prevent other brand owners from following suit, we need to act now.

We are therefore calling on European policymakers to amend EU competition law to stop these unfair
trade practices. But we need your help to persuade them to take action. If you would like to join our
campaign against online trade barriers, please sign our petition.

Regards,
Your eBay Team


Oh, boo hoo. eBay wants its customers to help make them more money basically

"…only 0.15% of listings last year were detected or reported as potentially counterfeit". Yeah, but I wonder what the percentage is in clothes listings
AAA
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10013 posts since 15/12/02

7 Jul 2009 18:15
Jesus wrote: whats this bollocks

eBay wrote: Dear

To help ensure that the eBay marketplace is a safe and reputable place to buy and sell, eBay requires sellers to maintain minimum standards for buyer satisfaction and monitors the level of buyer dissatisfaction generated by sellers.

We've noticed that buyer satisfaction with your account has fallen below the standards required by our Seller Non-Performance policy. If your buyer satisfaction rate deteriorates at any time over the next 4 weeks, your sales activity will be fully restricted.

***About eBay's Seller Non-Performance policy***

All eBay sellers must perform in a manner that results in a consistently high level of buyer satisfaction. If a seller is in breach of the Seller Non-Performance policy eBay may take action against their account.

For more information about our Seller Non-Performance policy, copy this link into a new browser window:

http://pages.ebay.co.uk/help/policies/seller-non-performance.html

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