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9y, 3m agoPosted 9 years, 3 months ago
Hi i need some help with ebay:

I sold an item but i only stated postage to UK.

Someone from the USA has won the auction but i dont want to post the item there!

Am i within my rights to cancel his bid and offer second chance offer to the second highest bidder?

Ive sent the guy in the USA a message saying that i dont post to the USA and that that is obvious from the post.

Any help would be much appreicated!
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9y, 3m agoPosted 9 years, 3 months ago
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#1
Yeh because if you've stated that you only post to the UK, then you only post to the UK. Whats the item number? I'll have a look to double check for you if you wish.

J
#2
Thank you so much!!

160148876097

Let me know - i didt say that i only post to the UK but the only postage options are to the UK...i would say that that makes it obvious really..
banned#3
You clearly state uk. So offer it to the next highest bidder or re-list.
#4
Anup
Thank you so much!!

160148876097

Let me know - i didt say that i only post to the UK but the only postage options are to the UK...i would say that that makes it obvious really..


To me that sounds like you are just sending it to the UK. But some may argue that you haven't classed it as "ONLY" to the UK, and not elseware, although I don't think you can do that. So you should be fine in my eyes. Rather get a third or fourth opinion though than rely on mine.
banned#5
The second highest bidder seems sound so I would offer it to them.
#6
prissymiss did u look at the post? I say this because i didnt state UK as such but only offered postage options to the UK

Im a bit worried about getting in trouble!!

Thank you for replying btw i really appreciate it!
#7
Private feedback, registered today, sounds well dodgy to me
I think it's a scammer
Contact ebay say you have "concerns"
#8
thanks jamesterror prissymiss agrees with you it seems!! Maybe one more opinion??
#9
Anup
I say this because i didnt state UK as such but only offered postage options to the UK

Im a bit worried about getting in trouble!!

Thank you for replying btw i really appreciate it!


You only stated the UK so thats the only place your going to post to.

If you click "Show all available" on the top down box, only the United Kingdom opens. :) Your fine, you won't get in trouble.
#10
Member since: 19-Aug-07
Location: United States

Feedback: private.

Don't think I would have sent it even if I posted to the US


edit: looks like I was beaten to it :)
#11
boydent999
Private feedback, registered today, sounds well dodgy to me
I think it's a scammer
Contact ebay say you have "concerns"


ebay take ages replying to me!! Cant be bothered to wait if i dont have to lol! i thought the same about that person actually....but im a bit sceptical becasue ive been scammed on ebay before!

thanks for your response!
banned#12
Anup
prissymiss did u look at the post? I say this because i didnt state UK as such but only offered postage options to the UK

Im a bit worried about getting in trouble!!

Thank you for replying btw i really appreciate it!


You stated uk postage fees only. If you send the guy in the US an e-mail stating huge postage costs, I can't seen him being bothered with it. Plus his feedback is private which I never trust.

Just e-mail a large postage and see what he says.
#13
stora
Member since: 19-Aug-07
Location: United States

Feedback: private.

Don't think I would have sent it even if I posted to the US


Nor me, can't get more dodgey.
#14
No, sorry, i'd not make any more contact with the buyer
Just send an email to ebay and wait would be what i'd say

Worse that can happen is a negative feedback which i am sure they'd strike off.

This just sounds like an accident waitin' to happen.....
#15
jamesterror
You only stated the UK so thats the only place your going to post to.

If you click "Show all available" on the top down box, only the United Kingdom opens. :) Your fine, you won't get in trouble.


Thank you so much! I am eternally grateful lol :giggle:

Im gonna do a second chance offer and cancel his bid..
banned#16
Anup
Thank you so much! I am eternally grateful lol :giggle:

Im gonna do a second chance offer and cancel his bid..


Thats the best think. Hope they take it.:)
#17
Prissymiss
Thats the best think. Hope they take it.:)


cheers!!!!:thumbsup: :thumbsup:
#18
Go in to your seller preferences and set it up so that in future, if someone is not from a country you post to (in this case UK) they physically won't be able to bid.

my ebay > my account > preferences > selling prefs > buyer requirements > tick 'Block buyers who are registered in countries to which I don't ship.'

As far as I am aware that's the only way you can make it 'official' that someone outside the UK shouldn't bid, but not 100% certain on that. But as this person looks suspicious any way, I wouldn't worry about it and just cancel/send 2nd chance offer as others have suggested.
#19
Starlet
Go in to your seller preferences and set it up so that in future, if someone is not from a country you post to (in this case UK) they physically won't be able to bid.

my ebay > my account > preferences > selling prefs > buyer requirements > tick 'Block buyers who are registered in countries to which I don't ship.'

As far as I am aware that's the only way you can make it 'official' that someone outside the UK shouldn't bid, but not 100% certain on that. But as this person looks suspicious any way, I wouldn't worry about it and just cancel/send 2nd chance offer as others have suggested.



Thanks a lot starlet 8-)
#20
if anyones still reading this, look at what the guy sent me - HILARIOUS stuff! The item is a laptop screen (as in to repair a broken one):

Hello Seller, I,m a Business man from United Kingdom but on a contract in United State, glad to have won your item. I will make sure that i issue out the payment immediatly today, i am purchasing this item for my wife working with the British American Embassy In Nigeria (BAEN) abroad [africa] as a birthday present this is the type he want. I am willing to pay you 60 Pounds for the postage cost and 40 Pounds for insurance for Quick delivery before the her Birthday which will be coming up on 25th 0f August, so i will be making the payment via paypal immediately, i want the item to be Posted via Royal Mail. I wish to hear from you as soon as you received the payment.


Who gives their wife a screen for a broken laptop for their b'day??hahaa
#21
The words "Business man2, "Nigeria", "I am willing to pay you 60 Pounds for the postage costs" and "as a birthday present this is the type he want".

Oh and "I'm a Business man from United Kingdom but on a contract in United State"

Hmm, Then by it from the USA you stupid ****! :giggle:
#22
Nothing to worry about now though as they are now NLARU :thumbsup:
#23
sorry peteivy i dont understand what NLARU is???

Never really got the hang of this internet language!
#24
Anup
sorry peteivy i dont understand what NLARU is???

Never really got the hang of this internet language!


Think it means "No Longer A Registered User" :thumbsup:
#25
Sorry, yeah thats the one! :)
#26
Iom-RF
The words "Business man2, "Nigeria", "I am willing to pay you 60 Pounds for the postage costs" and "as a birthday present this is the type he want".

Oh and "I'm a Business man from United Kingdom but on a contract in United State"

Hmm, Then by it from the USA you stupid ****! :giggle:


Lol. ebay + Nigerians = no go. Know people who've had bad experiences. :giggle:
[mod]#27
Starlet
Go in to your seller preferences and set it up so that in future, if someone is not from a country you post to (in this case UK) they physically won't be able to bid.

my ebay > my account > preferences > selling prefs > buyer requirements > tick 'Block buyers who are registered in countries to which I don't ship.'

As far as I am aware that's the only way you can make it 'official' that someone outside the UK shouldn't bid, but not 100% certain on that. But as this person looks suspicious any way, I wouldn't worry about it and just cancel/send 2nd chance offer as others have suggested.


But it still lets people bid as eBay haven't got their site set up right. :x
#28
Syzable
But it still lets people bid as eBay haven't got their site set up right. :x


Too busy making fancy buttons :/
#29
Syzable
But it still lets people bid as eBay haven't got their site set up right. :x


Does it really? I've always had that option set that way and never had any one who shouldn't bid, have I just been lucky?

Crazy stuff.

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