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grr ebay buyer advice please

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Just sold an item on eBay, with delivery through parcel2go, the buyer made an offer, i accepted, now decides he wants me to take the parcel to him next time im in the city(!) as he is in no hurry for … Read More
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7y, 7m agoPosted 7 years, 7 months ago
Just sold an item on eBay, with delivery through parcel2go, the buyer made an offer, i accepted, now decides he wants me to take the parcel to him next time im in the city(!) as he is in no hurry for it. i think this is a cheek, what shall i say? i didn't put on my listing that i would deliver or allow collection. God i hate Ebay :(
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7y, 7m agoPosted 7 years, 7 months ago
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#1
post it!
1 Like #2
make sure you dont accept paypal if he collects it or u drop it off
[mod] 1 Like #3
Tell him no then. :) And if he fails to pay then file a non-paying bidder notice in 7 days time.
1 Like #4
Tell him that wasn't part of the auction terms, and see if he will let you post it.
If he says no, file non paying bidder, get fee's back, relist.
#5
kerri_<3_bargain
post it!


i cant post it, he wont pay postage :x
#6
casparwhite
make sure you dont accept paypal if he collects it or u drop it off


why? :oops:
#7
Ella'sMummy
why? :oops:


paypal claim and you wont have proof he received it.....

dont fall for it looks like he may be trying it on......was it expensive?
1 Like #8
Ella'sMummy
why? :oops:


Chargebacks...

I hate ebay buyers who can quite clearly see the postage value of something but still bid and then complain about the charges...

If you don't like what you see... move on!
banned 1 Like #9
Ella'sMummy
i cant post it, he wont pay postage :x


report him as a non paying bidder after 4 days then
he gets a strike, you relist
simples
1 Like #10
If he wont pay postage tell him to collect it or get bent.
#11
casparwhite
paypal claim and you wont have proof he received it.....

dont fall for it looks like he may be trying it on......was it expensive?


oh i see! it wasn't expensive, 30 quid, im just going to email him and tell him he can collect or i will post (he will have to drive the 15 miles to me instead of me going to him!) cheeky :x
#12
Flodd
Chargebacks...

I hate ebay buyers who can quite clearly see the postage value of something but still bid and then complain about the charges...

If you don't like what you see... move on!


i know, but its not like i over charged him, i put it at cost
#13
thanks people! rep left for everyone :) xx
1 Like #14
Ella'sMummy
oh i see! it wasn't expensive, 30 quid, im just going to email him and tell him he can collect or i will post (he will have to drive the 15 miles to me instead of me going to him!) cheeky :x


Seriously, what planet are these people on !! If you didn't offer yourself as a courier, then why on earth is he asking you to deliver it yourself, at your expense, because he doesn't want to pay postage !!! I'd explain to him, as per the auction description, the item is to be posted, which he has to pay for, or he is welcome to come and collect the item from yourself providing that he understands its cash on collection only.

If he turns up on your doorstep and doesn't have the cash on him for whatever reason, even if the excuse seems plausable, then don't hand it over :thumbsup:
#15
Charlie&Lola
Seriously, what planet are these people on !! If you didn't offer yourself as a courier, then why on earth is he asking you to deliver it yourself, at your expense, because he doesn't want to pay postage !!! I'd explain to him, as per the auction description, the item is to be posted, which he has to pay for, or he is welcome to come and collect the item from yourself providing that he understands its cash on collection only.

If he turns up on your doorstep and doesn't have the cash on him for whatever reason, even if the excuse seems plausable, then don't hand it over :thumbsup:


ive told him this and he is coming to collect it and pay cash, i was quite firm with him, i hate doing that but he was totally taking the p :)
#16
I drove 35 miles today to pick up a dvd player I got on ebay. For this bloke to expect you to take it to him is wrong. Tell him to **** off, wait a few days, open a non paying ebayer form and relist it. I know its a pain in the ass but thats what happens when a ***** buys from you on ebay.

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