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on 01-13-2013 09:33 PM
I'm a new seller and I'm not sure what happens if my item doesn't sell and my auction time runs out.
on 01-13-2013 10:39 PM
I agree with Lady*Madonna. You need to change those other auctions. You are selling for $ .99 with a high BIN price. As soon as someone bids, the BIN price will go away. BIN is not a reserve & if you only get one bid for $ .99, you would be expected to complete the sale at that price. If you don't you would end up with neg. FB, low ratings & possibility of being reported as a non-performing seller to Ebay. Not the way you want to start off selling on Ebay. Most sellers have learned a hard or expensive lesson at some time in their Ebay career & we are trying to save you some trouble.
A reserve price will add $2 to your listing, so you may want to just start your item at a price you'd be happy with if you only get one bid.
on 01-13-2013 10:41 PM
I would get in there now and revise the prices on those 2 items you have starting at .99 cents before you get a bid.
A BIN is not a Reserve and as said if you only get 1 bidder you are required to sell at your opening bid price.
Never a good idea to start an item at .99 you can lose alot of $ that way, good luck.
on 01-13-2013 10:43 PM
When time runs out on your listing, it goes into your unsold folder on your My Ebay page. You can relist it from there.
If you are new & have limits, you have to be careful. I think revising your listings count against your limits, as does relisting.
on 01-13-2013 09:45 PM
Yes it's true you can relist the item or not. However being that you are new remember you can only list 50 items per month for free and a relist does count in your number of items listed. So if you have listed 50 items or more you will be charged a listing fee unless you wait until the next month for your new 50 freebe listings. So watch you listing count.
on 01-13-2013 09:35 PM
You either relist it or keep the item.
on 01-13-2013 09:38 PM
You DO realize that if you get only one bid of 99 cents on the card reader & pin pad you are selling that you are obligated to sell the item for 99 cents, no matter what the Buy It Now shows, right???