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on 06-28-2013 05:50 PM
If the auction ended at a price lower than the buy now price, can the seller refuse to sell?
on 06-28-2013 06:30 PM
Of course not!
Silly seller! The Buy It Now price is not a reserve. If you had paid attention to eBay rules/policies, you would have known this.
on 06-28-2013 06:11 PM
The SELLER chose the starting price.
If they weren't willing to accept that amount - they should have started the listing at a price they would be happy with.
A buy-it-now price is NOT a reserve (or minimum) price.
New sellers learn that leason FAST.
Because buyers who don't get their item leave negative feedback and bad DSR ratings -- then ebay RESTRICTS THEIR SELLING SEVERELY.
on 06-28-2013 07:10 PM
The stupid, naive and dishonorable seller can refuse to honor any sale.....Just wait and see the red donuts pour in...Watch that sellers' reputation go by the wayside.
There was a lady who listed a wedding dress, just last week, at .99 cents with a $150.00 BIN...She came here asking this same question and was told to cancel the bids and relist at a proper price that she would feel ok with selling it for...
She didn't take the advice, it sold for $2.00 and BAM she now has a -1 for her first feedback. Then she relisted the dress...Think she'll get many sales from here on? I don't think her selling career will be too good.