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(03-09-2012 02:00 AM)joe callahan13 Wrote: Oh good, here we go again! Someone new to Ebay bid a bunch of times on a single auction. Clearly, that is shilling and no other explanation. We can clearly see that he bid several times and is therefore a shiller, there is no other possible explanation.
Wait, only 14% of his bids were with that seller? Oh, he bid on auctions from 16 other sellers? Ignore that, he bid on one auction several times, a single auction's obscured bidding history is air-tight evidence of shilling, we all know that!
(03-09-2012 02:11 AM)dkotart Wrote: Did you further notice that his last bid was for $29+ which would make him the high bidder, and then he retracted that bid. Why? Because he did not want to win the auction just jack up the price, maybe? Oh wait that is the definiton to shill bidding.
My question is why are you so bent out of shape over this particular auction? Are you the shill bidder?
(03-09-2012 02:41 AM)iujapander Wrote: Google "WTF Topps Black" and you will get your answer.
There is a deranged individual who does this to all Topps Black. Probably on his 1000 ebay id by now. If you read the posts where he tries to defend his actions, it is a clinical textbook example of a sociopath. I would feel sorry for him if he wasn't such an #######.