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hondamedic
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Posts: 7,002
Registered: ‎06-05-2005

Re: E-checks--are we required to accept them during n.p.i. dispute

in reply to cevette63


Yup, BBF & Mint were spot on!

BBL: Blocked Bidder List... BIN: Buy It Now... BO: Best Offer... BR: Bid Retraction... DC: Delivery Confirmation

DSR: Detailed Seller Rating FB: Feedback FRB: Flat Rate Box FVF: Final Value Fee IPR: Immediate Payment Required

NARU: Not A Registered User OP: Original Poster OT: Off Topic PM: Priority Mail.... PS: Power Seller....

SNAD: Significantly Not As Described...... TRS: Top Rated Seller...... UIA: Unpaid Item Assistant..... UID: Unpaid Item Dispute
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Registered: ‎12-23-2005

Re: E-checks--are we required to accept them during n.p.i. dispute

in reply to cevette63

Thanks Honda the link does explain a lot!

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hondamedic
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Registered: ‎06-05-2005

Re: E-checks--are we required to accept them during n.p.i. dispute

in reply to cevette63


Good morning cevette.

If you accept PayPal you accept e-checks, sorry!


 


Read this thread for answer to UID issue.> http://forums.ebay.com/db2/topic/Part-Time-Ebay/Unpaid-Item-Assistant/5100110382


 


Hope this helps!


 


 

BBL: Blocked Bidder List... BIN: Buy It Now... BO: Best Offer... BR: Bid Retraction... DC: Delivery Confirmation

DSR: Detailed Seller Rating FB: Feedback FRB: Flat Rate Box FVF: Final Value Fee IPR: Immediate Payment Required

NARU: Not A Registered User OP: Original Poster OT: Off Topic PM: Priority Mail.... PS: Power Seller....

SNAD: Significantly Not As Described...... TRS: Top Rated Seller...... UIA: Unpaid Item Assistant..... UID: Unpaid Item Dispute
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Registered: ‎12-23-2005

E-checks--are we required to accept them during n.p.i. dispute

 Here is the situation


 


 I have my n.p.a. set up for 4 days after auctions end, it was automatically opened by ebay ----3 days remain until it will close the case---------bidder sends e-check-------u.p.i. case will close before e-check clears ( according to timeline from paypal) ---------am I required to accept e-checks and will ebay automatically hold off on closing the u.p.i. untill e-check clears?  Do I need to stop the n.p.i. case myself and if I do does this end any recourse if the e-check fails to clear?


 


 Personally I don't like e-checks and wish there were a way to opt out of them!   I figure there will be a problem from the bidder (probably ticked off that then.p.i. dispute was opened) and may result in less than pos. feedback!

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