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Ebay scammer's list

jarralad86 Avatar
6y, 4m agoPosted 6 years, 4 months ago
There have been so many negative threads on UK hot deals recently about eBay and so many horror stories about people being scammed in various different ways.

I think it would be a good idea to find all of the scammers that you have come across on eBay lately and post their eBay id's below, therefore people using UK hot deals can check them out and block them on eBay reducing the chances of getting scammed.

I know it's not going to stop people being scammed all together as that’s virtually impossible, unless you stop using eBay, but it could help reduce the risks.

Get posting and name and shame these scammers!!
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6y, 4m agoPosted 6 years, 4 months ago
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#1
I'm not sure this is a good idea.

People could throw names into the hat willy nilly so to speak!
#2
Wotwot123
deb8z
I'm not sure this is a good idea.People could throw names into the hat willy nilly so to speak!
It would obviously be backed up by "evidence".The recent eBay scammer posted on here is perfect to add to the list.

Evidence such as what ?

Lets hope it's more than one person telling us they have been scammed by such and such oO
banned#3
Wotwot123
deb8z
I'm not sure this is a good idea.

People could throw names into the hat willy nilly so to speak!


It would obviously be backed up by "evidence".

The recent eBay scammer posted on here is perfect to add to the list.


Although its likely it was true, no evidence was shown in that thread. Doing this would open up a massive can of worms for the site.
banned#4
wouldnt be allowed on hukd

/end
banned#5
Wotwot123
deb8z
I'm not sure this is a good idea.

People could throw names into the hat willy nilly so to speak!


It would obviously be backed up by "evidence".

The recent eBay scammer posted on here is perfect to add to the list.

as if anyone would seriously cross reference a list on here before using ebay.......
#6
Maybe from a sellers POV the buyers should also have a star system to indicate how many disputes they have raised / how many SNAD or items not turning up thy had logded. So sellers can more easily identify possible problem buyers. Never happen though the more buyers the better for ebay with little come protection for the seller.
banned#7
Wotwot123
csiman
Wotwot123
deb8z
I'm not sure this is a good idea.

People could throw names into the hat willy nilly so to speak!


It would obviously be backed up by "evidence".

The recent eBay scammer posted on here is perfect to add to the list.

as if anyone would seriously cross reference a list on here before using ebay.......


People already have done.

care to post a link to this 'hukd ebay scammers list'?
#8
If the OP can't get the name of this site right, what chance has he got getting the names of scammers right.
banned#9
Wotwot123
colinsunderland
Wotwot123
deb8z
I'm not sure this is a good idea.

People could throw names into the hat willy nilly so to speak!


It would obviously be backed up by "evidence".

The recent eBay scammer posted on here is perfect to add to the list.


Although its likely it was true, no evidence was shown in that thread. Doing this would open up a massive can of worms for the site.


Did you even see the link posted regarding the feedback? If that isn't evidence to being a scammer then I don't know what is.


Of course i did, and what evidence was there? As I said I wouldn't deal with them (and they are on my blocked list now) but I very much doubt a court would accept it as evidence he/she is a thief.

Wotwot123
csiman
Wotwot123
deb8z
I'm not sure this is a good idea.

People could throw names into the hat willy nilly so to speak!


It would obviously be backed up by "evidence".

The recent eBay scammer posted on here is perfect to add to the list.

as if anyone would seriously cross reference a list on here before using ebay.......


People already have done.


link?

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