The fact that a seller cannot block buyers who are either not registered members or have no buying history is a detriment to long time users of the site. All it will do is discourage quality sellers from wanting to even use Ebay in the future. I've listed an item three times and it has been 'purchased' by fraudulent buyers three times. Having to relist it takes time out of my day and is poor customer service. I've spoken to your customer service team as well and their scripted suggestions were of little help.
I am a USA buyer. I bought a fishing reel from a UK seller. It was a "buy it now" transaction. I was told the price was (total) $158.40, and I argeed to pay that amount. Paypal charged me $166.44. After an hour and a half of telephone conversation I was told the seller forgot to advise me it was the buyers responsibility to pay money conversion rates, and I should contact the seller to ask for a credit.
That seemed like a bad idea, so after more conversation ebay agreed to credit my ebay account fees, and collect the conversion rate from the seller.
Any way you look at this issue... ebay has done a poor job of assisting the buyer and seller in a smooth transaction.
I think nobody care. I brought last year I won a bit on a timeshare, and still the company that mean the tittle company can help us, the ebay promise something that is not true. Keep calling them for deposit my point and nothing. Because the tittle co panydidnt transfer my points to RCI they can't find me on the system.
I received wrong auto parts from ebay.This autopart should be set of front brake pads for RAV 4 Toyota car.
Spent time and money in autorepair shop. What should I do?
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|Shipping service : Standard Shipping|
|Item # : 2****************|
|Transaction id : 1481775065018|