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My brother passed away earlier this year and I am his next of kin and the administrator of his Estate, and from the time of his death I have been trying to access his eBay account, not to do any transacting but just to get a listing of the transactions he will have made.
I called Customer Services, explained that I needed either access or just a listing from his account, both for the identification of items belonging to his Estate and with regard to possible crimiinal investigations. I followed their instructions, submitted the requested documents (included Death Certificate) and waited to be given the access I was told I would be given.
All that happened was that they closed his account and refused further communication with me.
Eventually I was given the postal address of eBay UK's legal department in London, to which my solicitors have written twice requesting the information we need, but we have heard nothing since writing.
Would anybody here have any further ideas as to what else I can do, or to whom else I should be communicating? He bought a lot from eBay but did not sell very much, which is why I am writing on this Board.[...]
Strange problem, hoping for some wise folk to advise.
Bought a bicycle through ebay delivered no problems.
Ordered an expensive lock click and collect to arrive the same week -
Bike arrived Tuesday -
Lock was supposed to arrive Wednesday -
Anyway I get to Saturday and still havn't been notified that my item is ready for collection.
I go and buy a lock at a store on Sunday as I need to commute the following day,
cycling is my only means of transport and commuting.
It get's to today Wednesday and still havn't received any update,
I email the seller and they say that it has been signed for,
It apparantly was dispatched on Monday the week previous, and signed for the day after (Tuesday).
I thought when I bought the new lock on Sunday that the item would have just been returned to the seller by Click and Collect
I have spoken to the seller today and said that I would visit the Click and Collect and see if they have it -
I really just want them to return it now.
I will add that the seller marked as dispatched on the Monday but did not add any tracking, they apologised today and
sent the tracking and it was clearly signed for over a week ago.
Where do I stand on this - If the Click and Collect find it tommorow can I ask them to just return it and then get a refund from
I feel bad about this as I thought this was just another power seller over-extending themselves but it seems it is a smaller/private seller. I am wondering though if they filled out the Click and Collect adress out correctly?
I have used click and colllect innemurable times in the past and have never had [...]
Just a lighthearted post about a recent ebay experience,
Looking for a present for my dad I wanted to buy a mid-range electric shave.
I've typed 'mens electric shaver' into the search -
One of the top results was an item listed as
Mens Trimmer Rotary Shaver Cordless Rechargeable Razor Electric Wet Dry Shaving
just underneath the title - 76 product reviews 4.5/5 - / Seller 100% positive feedback Result
Well not exactly -
The item was delivered very quickly, next day quickly by amazon in an amazon box!
Turns out this item sells at 12 Pound on amazon not the 18.95 that is on ebay.
I have prime so could have bought this on amazon -
Wasn't impressed when it arrived, Made in China clearly displayed on a sticker on the box - and this is a UK Seller with a Union Jack in the profile picure. Not being exclusive, buy a lot of items from China on ebay, always hit and miss but mostly good - wouldn't buy something important like my dads electric shaver though! Not until there is better bi-lateral safety regulations on products.
I looked back at the sellers stats 176 positive feedback - and 77 4-5 star reviews for the product alone - most of the feedback is for other products?
What is going on there?
So for some reason this listing and bourgening ebay seller has been able to tag onto a good selling product and list a premium price and effectively scalp and drop sell amazon!?!
I wouldn't mind but when I further searched on Ebay this item was selling for 1 pound above amazon's listings with this sellers being the highest 6 pound above (Great Margin if you can get it eh)
I'm upset because 20 Pound should buy [...]
I recently bought a fridge from ebay. It was collection only and cash on collection and when I brought it home I discovered it's broken. It was listed as used but fully working and seller refuses to do a refund, what can I do to get my money back?
why is it being allowed that woman are photographing all that they are photographing to sell a dress, jumpre, skirt or whatever?? I do not need to see so much clevage, bellies and way too high on the thigh... Please sort this!!! Somebody..!!![...]