eBay Telephone Number – Call: 0844 545 9982
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eBay Customer Service Number 0844 545 9982
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hi as title says recently had a sale where a buyer tried to claim non receipt of item even though i send them numerous messages that it was at there local sorting office.
I did make a previous post about this situation.Anyhow to cut a long story short last week they attempted to purchase one of my buy it now items(same item that they have just purchased now) and notified me that they couldn't bid.I ignored there message as it was pretty obvious why they couldn't purchase my item.Today i have listed some buy it nows, and they have opened a new ebay account today and purchased my item on a buy it now.I don't wish to sell them as they were quite rude and it appeared to me that the previous sale they were looking to pull a scam.[...]
Does anyone know, why paper napkins for crafting, which used to come in packs of 20, now only come in packs of 4. Its suddenly become very expensive to use them. Why is everyone being so greedy and only selling 4 for the same price as 20 used to be?[...]
I bought a "brand new, unlocked" samsung S8 on BIN. I paid immediately via paypal.
The seller contacts me with an apology stating the information was incorrect and actually the phone was network locked and issues refund immediately. He offers me the phone for a reduced price if I still wanted it. We negotiated; I let the transaction stand if he would unlock the network and he appeared to action this (uploading photos of emails confirming an unlocking request to said number)
I receive the mobile (minus the ejection pin that he forgets to place in the box-he says he will forward this on).
He also says that it can take upto 10days to unlock the network and this is evident in the confirmation email from the network.
However, one of his emails;
"Sorry to be a pain again but because i am a new seller to ebay/paypal it is saying i might have to wait up to 21 days for payment.
could you send the payment via bank transfer or friends and family via paypal ? i understand the risk the holds but i assure you i will get the phone sent out to you today"
I politely tell him this is against ebay rules and there is no reason why the funds are not available.
I am feeling a tad naive - am I being scammed?[...]
Does anyone know when the next £1 maximum final value fee promotion is?[...]
Hi, I found an old penny stamp and decided to list it. I know nothing about stamps. Do you think it can be of interest to collectors or it's just an old rubbish and I should throw it away? It looks full of character but what do I know?