Ebay hall of shame

Discussion in 'The ASSEMblergames Marketplace' started by ASSEMbler, Dec 16, 2010.

  1. la-li-lu-le-lo

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    Wow... what a great deal! Only a half a million? That's a bargain!
     
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    Roc6d Spirited Member

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    Screenshot_2017-11-21-20-10-49.png A plain psvita..worth this much now?! (Looks down at my vita..sorry buddy but im selling u for big bucks)
     
  3. sonicsean89

    sonicsean89 Site Soldier

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    It's not even one of the OLED ones!!!
     
  4. Shuji

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    That is an outrageous asking price who in their right mind would even consider it.
     
  5. speedyink

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    I'll take 5!
     
  6. Roc6d

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    i know right?!
     
  7. Roc6d

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    Just noticed several items from this user listed over $1,000 and all video game items too.Maybe the account is hacked or something
     
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    i stumbled on this lately whilst looking for a game's price. theres probably numerous oter examples.. rare plushies but honestly not worth paying 1k for this
     
  9. speedyink

    speedyink Site Supporter 2016

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    Plushies go for ridiculous amounts sometimes...some people are super big into them.
     
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  11. Marmotta

    Marmotta Dauntless Member

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    Practically everything in this thread these days are listings that have been purposefully inflated because they're temporarily out of stock or the seller's away - it's easier and cheaper than ending a listing and relisting it. And if someone was crazy enough to buy something, the seller could easily source another for cheaper to drop ship.
     
  12. Ashevent

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    well that explains a lot.
     
  13. la-li-lu-le-lo

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    Uh huh... so they're using this as a loophole to get out of having to pay for relisting their items. So, it comes down to laziness and a desire not to follow eBay's rules. Great.
     
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  14. speedyink

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    Still shameful then.
     
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    Considering how much eBay has been nickel and diming sellers over the year, I'm fine with this.
     
  16. la-li-lu-le-lo

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    That's a good point. It would be good if eBay gave sellers an option to temporarily suspend an item or something like that, so they wouldn't need to do this.
     
  17. MBMM

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    Wait, something like that HASN'T been implemented yet?
     
  18. rod_wod

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    Warning to U.K & E.U Sellers

    Ban these 2 ebay buyers now.

    cargo2fra
    cargo2bud

    On 2 occasions they have told me that my item did not match the description listing & wanted a full refund.

    The latest reason was that my item (A jamma pcb) did not match the description because it has dust on it.
    It was not sold as new and the photo's in my listing show dust on the pcb.
     
  19. wanszai

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    they didn't get away with this did they?
     
  20. rod_wod

    rod_wod Fiery Member

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    • PER RULE 8: NO DOXXING. DO NOT POST PEOPLE'S ADDRESSES
    Ebay is going to refund them for the jamma pcb and i will have to pay for the return postage.
    The buyer asked me if i wanted the item sent back LOL.

    This company exports items to japan.

    [MOD EDIT: removed address. DO NOT post people's addresses]

    Someone told me that they use other user names too.
     
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