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Sorry if thsi has been posted, but boy do you have to be careful when you are quoting a final price from e Bay. They used to show the green price on completed listings and you could use that as the final sale. Now you have to open the listing to see the actual true final sale price. For instance if you take this Louis leblanc Dominion Gold ARP #/25 it looks like the final sale price was $401.11, but when you open up the item (3 one down) it actually sold for $163.00. Found out the hard way trying to price my cards for tomorrows show. Not sure why they do this, confuses me.

http://www.ebay.ca/csc/Hockey-/216/i.htm...te=1&rt=nc
You're right... that's just bad. Price it actually sold for should be the price that shows up.
100% agree

(11-16-2012 06:08 PM)scottms13 Wrote: [ -> ]You're right... that's just bad. Price it actually sold for should be the price that shows up.
What a rip-off!
what the heck, why are the other ones right?
Maybe it is not Ebay, but that seller doing it somehow as he has a lot of them showing up wrong.
That is a little strange and very suspicious
did anybody report this or email ebay with the question as to why this is? I dont mind doing it, just dont want to slow things down with repeat emails.
I agree
thats wild, makes people beleive they can get that price for there cards
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