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How can I remove items from "My ebay" "Awaiting payment"? I found out that items can not be sent to my country only after pressing "Buy now"
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Registered: ‎02-01-2013

How can I remove items from "My ebay" "Awaiting payment"? I found out that items can not be sent to my country only after pressing "Buy now" and so I can not buy them and want to remove from item list "Awaiting payment".

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Posts: 6,887
Registered: ‎06-25-2012
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in reply to oskars_j

The only way to remove it without paying is to get the seller to canel the transaction.  They will have to go to the resolution center and send you a request to cancel transaction.  You should agree to this right away so the seller can recover the fees he paid as soon a you purchased the item.

janet9988
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Posts: 3,614
Registered: ‎03-28-2006
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in reply to oskars_j

In the future read the shipping  details in the listing before bidding. I see a few items that state US shipping only.

You can apologize and ask the seller to cancel.

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