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i didnt do my home work, i won a auction full of autograph stuff, started researching the companies that were supplying the coa's and a bunch of them are frauds. How do i and can i back out of auction after i won it, i learned my lesson, do your homework before you bid on something, help!!!!!
I, myself, would click on "Customer Support" on the top-right. On the next page, under "Popular Questions," click the link "What can I do when I get an item that's not as described." Then highlight the item(s), and finish the process.

Now, you did not actually get the item yet, but the fact is (if indeed a fact), "the item is not as described."

I would also "report" the items.

But, if you are mistaken (let's just say you're suddenly having buyers remorse) and the guy can satisfy eBay that the items are indeed real, you still might have to pay for them (but probably not because eBay usually sides with the buyer in a 'not as described' situation, regardless).

Someone else might have a better suggestion.
(02-02-2012 09:51 PM)jessemerson Wrote: [ -> ]I, myself, would click on "Customer Support" on the top-right. On the next page, under Popular Questions, click the link "What can I do when I get an item that's not as described." Then highlight the item(s), and finish the process.

Now, you did not actually get the item yet, but the fact is (if indeed a fact), "the item is not as described."

I would also "report" the items.

But, if you are mistaken (let's just say you're suddenly having buyers remorse) and the guy can satisfy eBay that the items are indeed real, you still might have to pay for them (but probably not because eBay usually sides with the buyer in a 'not as described situation').

Someone else might have a better suggestion.

you could also just contact the seller with your concerns and see about canceling the sale
(02-02-2012 09:54 PM)swjrp10 Wrote: [ -> ]you could also just contact the seller with your concerns and see about canceling the sale

My bad. I assumed he already contacted the seller. Yes, contact the seller first, and see what he says.

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