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JACKIT99 Avatar
6y, 5m agoPosted 6 years, 5 months ago
what would it be if the item was £1600 and listed in cars as have to refund someone for the listing fees as i no longer want it
any ideas- it was just a basic listing
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6y, 5m agoPosted 6 years, 5 months ago
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1 Like #1
tell them to whistle, theyll get their fees back from ebay.
1 Like #2
You dont refund the fees ebay does when they claim it back either mutually or not.
#3
So you have won something via ebay and decided not to have it? Unless bidders/buyers have a good reason I reckon ebay should chase the buyer for the fee's as these refunds end up added to already high sellers fees in the long run.
#4
harlzter
So you have won something via ebay and decided not to have it? Unless bidders/buyers have a good reason I reckon ebay should chase the buyer for the fee's as these refunds end up added to already high sellers fees in the long run.


i know i am going to pay there fees+£10 extra -anyone know how much roughly ?
1 Like #5
JACKIT99;8826663
i know i am going to pay there fees+£10 extra -anyone know how much roughly ?

Ebay will refund them anyway so they will be profit+profit for the seller.

What was you buying anyway one of those scooter/van/pickup hybrid thingys? (dont know the proper name.
1 Like #6
motors is a flat fee like 6 quid to list and fvf 19.95 or summing

either that or 20% of all you earn for life ....which would probably be less:lol:
#7
harlzter
Ebay will refund them anyway so they will be profit+profit for the seller.

What was you buying anyway one of those scooter/van/pickup hybrid thingys? (dont know the proper name.


yeer it was called a piaggio ape (italian for bee)
i think im going for a bmw c1 now:thumbsup:
but ebay will mark it as unpaid strike
1 Like #8
The fees for e-bay motors is £6 listing fee and £35 for a sale (I think).

However if you both mutually agree to not complete the sale then the seller will be refunded the winning fees but not the listing fee.
#10
Some are classified ads,which as i recall cost 15 quid.

I don't know why some are saying a seller is NOT out of pocket,as by cancelling a sale Ebay still take listings fees from sellers,so it's only right the OP re-imburses the seller for this.
#11
An Ape? What were you going to use that for? I am really interested, I love those things. Shame you've changed your mind!
#12
DON'T PAY HIM.
Either way he can just get the money off you and open up a unpaid item strike? You'll still get the strike?
#13
So people say dont pay him?
Why?
He has listed the car and sold it so you have wasted his/hers time he will get his final value fee back if you both agree not to complete sale he will not get his listing fees back, but if i was the seller i would not agree and get the buyer and unpaid item strike as you won the item you should pay simple.
#14
JACKIT99
yeer it was called a piaggio ape (italian for bee)
i think im going for a bmw c1 now:thumbsup:
but ebay will mark it as unpaid strike
so they should. Thats what is. I cant understand why anyone would bid on a £1600 item before they were sure.
#15
but wont the seller issue a second chance offer?
banned#16
Met-Cast
DON'T PAY HIM.
Either way he can just get the money off you and open up a unpaid item strike? You'll still get the strike?


why?
The OP has wasted the sellers time and cost him money, why shouldn't he pay?

OP - good on you for at least offering to pay his fee's. shame most buyers aren't like you (although you shouldn't have bid to be fair)
banned#17
the seller should know how much they have been charged?
#18
dont pay him, ebay give him the fee money back
#19
Jack-L92
dont pay him, ebay give him the fee money back


Can you link us to the info telling us where the seller doesn't pay listing fees?
#20
If you agree to cancel the transaction along with the seller they do NOT get listing fees back, all they get is a FVF fee credit.
If they open a non paying bidder thingy then you get all your fees back am sure, but you get an unpaid item strike.
Any my car's on there at the mo and it cost me about a tenner to list.

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