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How long should one wait before making a Second Chance Offer on eBay?

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7y, 4m agoPosted 7 years, 4 months ago
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7y, 4m agoPosted 7 years, 4 months ago
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banned#1
if you have a 2nd item then offer it immediately
#2
Because of a non payer or you have more than one item ?
#3
You're supposed to wait until the dispute is over incase they decide to pay up,but it's your call.
#4
deb8z
Because of a non payer or you have more than one item ?


non-pay - sorry i should have mentioned
#5
deb8z
You're supposed to wait until the dispute is over incase they decide to pay up,but it's your call.


how do you raise a dispute? After how long?
banned#6
how long have you given them to pay? have you had any contact
#7
sassie
how long have you given them to pay? have you had any contact


no contact nope

they have no feedback either :x

I've been waiting almost a week - actually 10 days
banned#8
hdizzle
no contact nope

they have no feedback either :x

I've been waiting almost a week - actually 10 days


put in a dispute for non payer, but wouldnt offer it again, would relist once all sorted

http://resolutioncentre.ebay.co.uk/
#9
You can file after 7 or 8 days i can't remember now,so long since i've had to do it!

But as it's 10 you can defo do it now
#10
Go into My Ebay>account>resolution centre
#11
WTF! just noticed on myEbay:

eBay Note: This user is no longer registered on eBay.


referring to the buyer :x

argh, what a time waster
#12
thanks for the help though guys - much appreciated
banned#13
to get your fees back you will still need to open a dispute, or go ahead on 2nd chance offer, but they probs no longer want
#14
its quite easy-they quide you though the non-payer thing - and thn you can do it straight away.
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hdizzle
thanks for the help though guys - much appreciated


You're welcome i'm yet to see your appreciation in rep though:whistling::p

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