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EBAY UNPAID ITEM STRIKE ?????????

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8y, 6m agoPosted 8 years, 6 months ago
HI DOES ANYBODY KNOW HOW MANY UNPAID ITEM STRIKE'S YOU CAN GET BEFORE YOU GET SUSPENDED? DOES IT GO OF YOUR FEEDBACK SCORE ? AND HOW LONG DO THEY STAY ON YOUR ACCOUNT FOR ?? THANKS

^^Needs help finding the caps lock key^^
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8y, 6m agoPosted 8 years, 6 months ago
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#1
I Have 4 Strike's Of One Seller Would That Count As 4 Strikes Or 1 ??thanks
#2
I think it is done on a time ratio .... so many strikes over a certain time period / but not 100% sure !
#3
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I Have 4 Strike's Of One Seller Would That Count As 4 Strikes Or 1 ??thanks

I think this would still count as 4 strikes ?
#4
This is the policy and it doesn't specify a certain amount

Buyers automatically enter into a legally binding contract to purchase the item from the seller if they win the online auction-style listing or use the Buy It Now feature. eBay's Unpaid Item policy requires buyers to pay the seller for the items that they commit to purchase.

Sellers can file an Unpaid Item dispute with eBay for each of their items that were bought but not paid for. eBay will issue a strike on the account of the buyer who does not honour their obligation to pay (unless the buyer and seller mutually agree not to complete the transaction).

If a buyer gets too many strikes within a short period, their account will be suspended indefinitely. In some cases, limits may be placed on the buyer’s account in advance of suspension.
#5
Surely if you get them, you don't deserve to be buying stuff on ebay. As a seller I have no time for idiots that decide not to pay, especially as you cannot give them negative feedback.

Let them rot in hell, once is too many
#6
They may not know that caps is often taken as shouting you could of politely let them know rather than be nasty.

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