eBay Telephone Number – Call: 0844 545 9982
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eBay Customer Service Number 0844 545 9982
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I've just sold an item to a non UK buyer (not received the funds yet though). I didn't realise I had left the auction open to non UK buyers. Their feedback is a little odd, they have a 100% positive on over 900 feedback and have been a member since 2012. However the much of the last six months feedback are from a small number of sellers, many of whom don't have anything listed. I can't see what they have bought so I don't know the value, plus they don't seem to have left much feedback for anyone else: In six months they have left 21 feedback versus receiving almost 900 positives
I'm not sure it is good etiquette to post user names so if anyone can tell me how to drill down a little further into someone's buying history I would be grateful.
I would not want to ship this to someone who then claims it is not as described and demand a refund.
Thanks in advance[...]
If you cancel an order, and fully refund the money, do you loose the money which PayPal and eBay have taken?
For example, I cancelled an order earlier, within 5 minutes of the purchase, and in my PayPal account the outgoing money is more that the money which came in!
I listed an item as collection only. In the listing i also specified collection only and the post code it was to be collected from.
I also requested any questions to be asked in advance on this 7 day listing as i could not guarantee being on eBay in the closing hours to answer any last ditch attempts.
So had some nice back and forth through the week with a potential buyer who seemed keen and asked plenty of questions only for someone to get in there with a question 2 minutes before the auction ends asking if i'll post. Obviously i wasn't there so couldn't answer and they decided to snipe at the death.
They sent another asking if i could package for collection, or at least i think that's what their message was supposed to say.
I messaged back apologising that i could not post as per the listing postage info - it's collection only. I also can't package it.
Now they're asking for a number so that they can "arrange collection" ... they live around 4.5 hours away, or at least their registered post code is.
All collection only items i've had in the past, the buyer or someone they know has collected. I'm getting the vibe that this buyer is wanting to arrange a courier to collect. Thing is like i said, i have no means of packaging this.
It is actually a faulty item (described as such) and the intension was for the buyer to fully inspect in person when they collected to make sure they're happy with it. In working order these things are worth a good few £100. This has sold for under £100.
Not really sure how to proceed here as obviously i'm wanting to avoid getting stung.
There is no buy it now or add to basket like normal. Just says buying options and when I click on that I get a message saying “you can't purchase this item. Add it to your watch list and complete the purchase on our website[...]