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Funny ebay listings

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8y, 5m agoPosted 8 years, 5 months ago
This is for listings that just make you laugh and the bidders/sellers stupidity. I'll start in the first post, look at the amount it's worth and the bid price.
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8y, 5m agoPosted 8 years, 5 months ago
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#2
you're going to have to change the stars obviously..
#4
:( the page doesn't exist apparantly
#5
why the stars?
#7
ebay links get starred out due so as they dont get posted as deals, just replace the stars with cgi(dot)ebay
#8


Thank you for doing the links for me!! It's just stupid what some ebayers do!!
#9
not really funny...
#10
How stupid can some people be? lol
#11
Stupid People :p
#12
just copy and paste the ebay ref no.230260350366http://pics.ebaystatic.com/aw/pics/globalAssets/rtCurve.gif
#13
midjet666;2327977
Thank you for doing the links for me!! It's just stupid what some ebayers do!!

not working for me
#14
are you for real which idoit pays more for a voucher than cash value.
#15
schaf;2327979
not really funny...

Why not?

If people are stupid enough to pay over face value for a gift voucher then thats their problem, im sure there are reasons for it, maybe they have a paypal account and no debit or credit card? Maybe have funds from such as lightspeed,

How much do you think id get for £20 note?:whistling:
#16
schaf
not really funny...


Me thinks that one of the buyers was you...:thumbsup:
#17
Maybe people want to transfer their paypal balance into amazon balance ?
#18
They all appear to be the same buyer which rings alarm bells to me, as the vouchers are usually emailed it would be easy for the buyer to win an item not received dispute or even possibly using a jacked paypal account?
#19
midjet666;2328042
Me thinks that one of the buyers was you...:thumbsup:


Three of the buyers where the same person, the other was kept private so there is a good chance that was the same buyer too.
#20
harlzter
They all appear to be the same buyer which rings alarm bells to me, as the vouchers are usually emailed it would be easy for the buyer to win an item not received dispute or even possibly using a jacked paypal account?


I hadn't noticed that:?
#21
Some couple put their kid on ebay for a joke and the kids been taken into care
ha ha
#22
dandoc2
Some couple put their kid on ebay for a joke and the kids been taken into care
ha ha


I was gonna put my son on there as a joke but I'm glad I didn't!!!!
#23
midjet666
I was gonna put my son on there as a joke but I'm glad I didn't!!!!


always a back up plan if you get sick of them :thumbsup:
#24
harlzter
They all appear to be the same buyer which rings alarm bells to me, as the vouchers are usually emailed it would be easy for the buyer to win an item not received dispute or even possibly using a jacked paypal account?


After reading the buyers feedback it looks like he does just that.

And worst of all due to ebays stupidity the scammed sellers can't even leave him negative feedback now.
#25
dandoc2;2328197
always a back up plan if you get sick of them :thumbsup:

will this work with father in laws?:)
#26
jackthelad
Maybe people want to transfer their paypal balance into amazon balance ?


ditto
#27
FLANKERSIX
After reading the buyers feedback it looks like he does just that.

And worst of all due to ebays stupidity the scammed sellers can't even leave him negative feedback now.


So glad ebay banned me (selling rom carts for the gba). I experienced one of the worst customer services ever and looks like things have gone wayy down hill since last year.

Sell on play and amazon, at least they listen and work with their sellers!
#28
Its idiots like this buyer that ruin things for the rest of us, I buy all my top-ups on there, I got £20 worth of top-ups for o2 for £15.50 (it came as 2 x £10), people will stop selling them or insist on using a postal service for them, wheras email delivery is quicker and doesnt cost.
#29
i imagine people who buy these are people with money in their paypal account who want to buy stuff on amazon but don't want to pay any paypal withdrawal fees (or are over their limit on their back account) - they buy this and it saves them the time and hassle waiting for the money to clear into their account and then spend it on amazon

i think, but i might be wrong
#30
PapaSmurf;2332902
i imagine people who buy these are people with money in their paypal account who want to buy stuff on amazon but don't want to pay any paypal withdrawal fees (or are over their limit on their back account) - they buy this and it saves them the time and hassle waiting for the money to clear into their account and then spend it on amazon

i think, but i might be wrong

Just look at this buyers feedback (he has bought 3 out of the four ones listed and maybe the 4th as it is kept private)
http://tinyurl.com/32fd7a

http://i155.photobucket.com/albums/s308/harlzter/fb1.jpg

http://i155.photobucket.com/albums/s308/harlzter/fb2.jpg
banned#31
I just emailed all 4 sellers warning them.
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