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how do i delete a message that i accidently put on my ebay listing??

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9y, 5m agoPosted 9 years, 5 months ago
im selling a phone on ebay for £110 buyitnow with best offer

some guy just sent me a message saying that he will pay £100 for it will i accept, he then sent me an offer for £100, i read the message first and replied to him that i will accept £100 if you send me an offer, but i accidently ticked the post this message on my ebay listing!

so how can i delete the message off the actual listing?

regards

yus786
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9y, 5m agoPosted 9 years, 5 months ago
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#1
I think you're sticking to the rules because you've said only if you go through the offer on ebay.

If you still want it removed i'm not sure how its done, Dino will probably know though!
#2
*ummbongo call* Dino should answer soon xD
#3
lol i think you misread it or i didnt get my point across. i sed on the message i will accept £100 for the phone, now i dont want alot of people giving me best offers of £100 because of me saying that so i want it removed from the listing so no one can see that i have accepted a £100 offer for it hehe

regards
#4
I dont think you can remove it...
#5
End the listing, or get other person to bid £100, then end auction to highest bidder...summit like that anyway!

As for the message, Im pretty sure you can't delete it
#6
But when you sell it, if im not mistaken it says "£100 taken as best offer"
#7
im 99.9% sure you cant delete it
#8
sh*te

i have about 4 left for sale so i cant end the auction, its got a few days left so it should be ok i hope cos theyre selling like hotcakes atm

thanks for the help

regards
#9
As mentioned above, you cannot remove the message once it's on your listing. You would need to end it and then re-list the Mobile, not worth it.
Be careful when selling Mobiles on ebay please, it's one of the things the scammers target.
#10
hehe thanks dino

yeh i know the scams inside out matey (i hope)

thats the reason i do BIN's with immediate payment and only accept offers from ebayers with over 5 feedback within the past 3 months and only post to confirmed addresses

regards

yus786
#11
I was sure he'd answer my ummbongo call :D *thumbs up*
#12
t0mm
I was sure he'd answer my ummbongo call :D *thumbs up*

I heard your call, all the way from Dinoland. :-D ;-) ;-) ;-)
#13
Next time i shall be a little bit quieter, make sure not to wake all the other dinos!
#14
t0mm
Next time i shall be a little bit quieter, make sure not to wake all the other dinos!

Thanks :thumbsup: :lazy::lazy::lazy:

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