UK Sellers scamming on eBay!


audiotrevis071382
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27 Nov 06 05:52:57 am
I've had 2 bad experiences on Ebay within 2 weeks. Costing me over 600$ in losses.



1. DONT BUY WATCHES. There are fakes of fakes being sold its bad !!

2. LOT AUCTIONS OF T-shirts If the price is too good to be true stay away!!!

3. Be careful of power sellers there too powerful and can rip people off at will. Thinking there all high and mighty jipping people and doing nothing to refund or exchange. Ebay will do nothing because they generate too much fees for them to collect.

4. No PAYPAL NO DEAL dont buy if they dont have paypal too risky.


binbs
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29 Jan 07 03:52:59 pm
Ebay has no policy on refunds if the goods are not faulty and you haven't been misled in anyway. It's up to the seller if he/she are prepared to offer a refund. If a seller does have a returns policy this should be listed on the auction page.


audiotrevis071382
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31 Jan 07 06:40:16 am
There are alot of fake Uk sellers from china aswell. Posting the whols shabang with refund policies and everything. The picture will promise decent quality fakes. The end result will be really bad, DOA, painted CRAP!. Stuff that can't even be given away for free. Bottom line if it's too good to be true it most likely is!!


winsome
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22 Feb 07 03:48:33 pm
Scammers come from all countries, creeds, male and female!

If you're only going to warn people off UK eBay sellers, you leave them open to the other Global scammers!


 

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