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(07-23-2012 08:25 PM)ozzieguillen13 Wrote: That is what I was asking, how do I report something like this? He is breaking eBay rules by "Backing out of the transaction because buyers didn't place a high enough bid and the seller didn't add a reserve price" as taken from their rules and policies section. Where would I report that being that there isn't an option for a situation like this and you cannot type a reason for reporting an item.
(07-23-2012 08:52 PM)ozzieguillen13 Wrote: You said within the 12 hour limit. He didn't cancel when auction was live, he never sent after I paid for auction and is now relisting it.
(07-23-2012 08:15 PM)jacobystealshome Wrote: look, you are missing the point
great, the guy sucks. he was unfair. but you also cant FORCE someone to sell
you want folks to report his auction. fine. in the options that ebay gives you to report it, what option are we to use in this instance?
(07-25-2012 03:09 AM)Duece215 Wrote: I don't know if you're attempting to troll, or you're just I'll informed, but eBay policies define a winning bid at auction as a binding contract. Webster's dictionary sums up what a contract is too.
(07-25-2012 12:35 PM)northflacards Wrote: It is sort of off of the original topic, but I have had 3 people not pay for items recently, and am not allowed to even give a negative feedback apparently. All I can do is open a case, which has done no apparent good. Is it really that easy to just not pay for something and walk away unharmed?