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What a lovely guy...how can i report him.

Tracey6101 Avatar
7y, 2d agoPosted 7 years, 2 days ago
I came accross some perfume on ebay though oooh it ends soon at 99p but p&p was £29.99 so i kindly emailed them saying i dont think that its allowed on ebay got the response

Look at your own feedback you Cow ..... !

How can i report this to ebay anyone know??
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7y, 2d agoPosted 7 years, 2 days ago
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#1
whats wrong with your feedback?
#2
i thought there was a report seller button, if not just contact ebay they wont do nuthin bout it tho
#3
wonkey
whats wrong with your feedback?



Nothing thats the point really i have 108 i have had one neg off a german buyer who didnt understand p&p but thats it.

found the report button was being blind!:thumbsup:
#4
nina ricci?
#5
gemmar26
nina ricci?


how did you know.....:-D
#6
i was looking at it too and thinking what a cheeky so and so for charging that much postage. :)
#7
ooooh ha...someone was stung by him already. i got an email back saying he was new to ebay thats why he has 3 fb's ....hmmm not he has changed users!! reported to ebay now....so glad i saw it before i bid:roll:
#8
Tracey6101
ooooh ha...someone was stung by him already. i got an email back saying he was new to ebay thats why he has 3 fb's ....hmmm not he has changed users!! reported to ebay now....so glad i saw it before i bid:roll:


good. i hate sellers like that that are just blatantly cheeky and money grabbing.x
#9
It was being called a cow thats got me.....wtf hahaha some people!
#10
Tracey6101
It was being called a cow thats got me.....wtf hahaha some people!


exactly. they haven't got the brains and sense they were born with:roll:
#11
goin to stick my neck out an say he gt right to charge high pp to save on his ebays fees callin u a cow thats wrong
#12
mango850
goin to stick my neck out an say he gt right to charge high pp to save on his ebays fees callin u a cow thats wrong


I know its benificial to do it that way but im sure its not exactly allowed?? its classed as excesive postal charges....or thats the way it thought it worked.
#13
as long its stated in the listin why high pp cant see a problem myself if you dont like it dont bid simple
banned#14
Tracey6101
I know its benificial to do it that way but im sure its not exactly allowed?? its classed as excesive postal charges....or thats the way it thought it worked.


Wouldn't let me charge more than £6 for a mobile phone so don't know how he got away with it. I put £4 by the way cost me £5.45 to send special delivery :thumbsup:
#15
mango850
as long its stated in the listin why high pp cant see a problem myself if you dont like it dont bid simple


True i suppose but havent reported because of that. must admit i dont read all descriptions and have been caught out before but wish it didnt happen!
#16
lumoruk
Wouldn't let me charge more than £6 for a mobile phone so don't know how he got away with it. I put £4 by the way cost me £5.45 to send special delivery :thumbsup:


Some listings you have to list free p&p how its free to the seller i dont know how but not fair really. had the same with a phone myself
#17
gemmar26
good. i hate sellers like that that are just blatantly cheeky and money grabbing.x


have to disagree sorry not being cheeky and money grabbing but clever look at ebay they the money grabbers 10% fee now thats a joke
#18
mango850
have to disagree sorry not being cheeky and money grabbing but clever look at ebay they the money grabbers 10% fee now thats a joke


I agree the fees are way to high...nowt to list most the time now tho...still not the same :thumbsup:
#19
eBay is just getting a bit ridiculous

full of scammers, rude people, and eBay themselves are taking the P with their charges!

but there you go, what can you do! Better to list some things on HUKD although there are much less buyers :-(

shame that...
#20
Ugh sorry to hear you had that experience Tracey, Ive had some very rude sellers too.

I was looking for cheap but real cartridges for my son's Gillette Mach 3 ..something or other, (green with orange, and it buzzes), and I got them for under £6 for eight, on Ebid! On Ebay they were a few pounds more. So, try Ebid, they don't charge listing fees, so it seems to help keep prices down!
#21
I've seen that a lot... I don't even think it's seen as a scam or way of tricking people considering how many people do it. Although, his reply was unacceptable.. I say, put him in a microwave with a can of deoderant :D
banned#22
It's not allowed, it's fee avoidance, so you can report it for that too.
No doubt he will get negs anyway, people don't like high postage.
#23
Looks as though they have already pulled it, what was the item number I'll report it. people like this really annoy me. I wouold say it is the other way round, in that people know what the rules of ebay are generally if they don't like it they should try and sell elsewhere.
banned#24
mango850
as long its stated in the listin why high pp cant see a problem myself if you dont like it dont bid simple


There is a problem though.

If the item arrives and not as described, you can wave goodbye to your £29.99 postal charge. You would have to pay for return of postage and they refund you the £1 for the cost of the item.

I thought ebay had clamped down on this practice (obviously only to get a higher percentage and not for the above and to protect the buyer.)

I rarely use ebay now, but when I do, I never buy from anyone using high postage - regardless of what the final figure ends up being.
#25
colinsunderland
It's not allowed, it's fee avoidance, so you can report it for that too.
No doubt he will get negs anyway, people don't like high postage.


yes, but people should always check the postage before buying the item
#26
guv
There is a problem though.

If the item arrives and not as described, you can wave goodbye to your £29.99 postal charge. You would have to pay for return of postage and they refund you the £1 for the cost of the item.

I thought ebay had clamped down on this practice (obviously only to get a higher percentage and not for the above and to protect the buyer.)

I rarely use ebay now, but when I do, I never buy from anyone using high postage - regardless of what the final figure ends up being.


good point, but I thought paypal protect you for what you paid, the only thing you'll lose is the cost of return postage (which won't be £29.99)
banned#27
hassony
good point, but I thought paypal protect you for what you paid, the only thing you'll lose is the cost of return postage (which won't be £29.99)


Unless the rules have changed, I dont think thats the case. Someone will no doubt be able to clarify.

On a side note, yes, people should always check. However the rules shouldnt be broken either! Ive found myself bidding on something coming to the end in error (ie I thought it was a different seller - but the bumpf looked similar and got drawn in!)
#28
guv


On a side note, yes, people should always check. However the rules shouldnt be broken either! Ive found myself bidding on something coming to the end in error (ie I thought it was a different seller - but the bumpf looked similar and got drawn in!)


I know, happens to everyone really

I've noticed that dvds and games can only be sold with free postage now
banned#29
hassony
I know, happens to everyone really

I've noticed that dvds and games can only be sold with free postage now


Which IMHO is wrong. Sellers have to factor into the deal the cost of postage. Selling a DVD for 50p isn't a good idea, when it costs you 75p to post and 20% fees to paypal and eBay. Strangely games aren't covered by this? (oh and then you get forced to refund, cos your free post didn't cover recorded delivery!)
#30
It's no different to charging £30 with £1 postage is it? It's the overall cost that counts. Fee avoidance is to be commended, not condemned, it keeps prices down.

I expect he just gets peed off with people poking their noses in and trying to police a site that makes excessive and gratuitous profits out of their exorbitant monopolistic fees. If it's against the rules he knows it is and doesn't need telling by a non-customer. I'd get irked too.
#31
Item number? the more people report it the quicker it will be removed.
#32
spionkop
It's no different to charging £30 with £1 postage is it? It's the overall cost that counts. Fee avoidance is to be commended, not condemned, it keeps prices down.

I expect he just gets peed off with people poking their noses in and trying to police a site that makes excessive and gratuitous profits out of their exorbitant monopolistic fees. If it's against the rules he knows it is and doesn't need telling by a non-customer. I'd get irked too.


agree with that, some people are just too nosey
#33
i hate when people have an auction for say a penny and the postage is £100 is it not just a way of fiddling the overall fees??
#34
guv
Which IMHO is wrong. Sellers have to factor into the deal the cost of postage. Selling a DVD for 50p isn't a good idea, when it costs you 75p to post and 20% fees to paypal and eBay. Strangely games aren't covered by this? (oh and then you get forced to refund, cos your free post didn't cover recorded delivery!)


I sold few games last month when I sold my xbox 360 and it didn't allow me to put any postage
#35
shedboy66
i hate when people have an auction for say a penny and the postage is £100 is it not just a way of fiddling the overall fees??


Wow, you should be a detective
#36
hassony
Wow, you should be a detective


always good to see nice people on this forum ...incase you don't have the brain power I was being sarcastic
#37
shedboy66
always good to see nice people on this forum ...incase you don't have the brain power I was being sarcastic


you know what they say about sarcasim

and I am very nice, nicer than Tim
#38
hassony
you know what they say about sarcasim

and I am very nice, nicer than Tim


but just as dim :)
#39
shedboy66
but just as dim :)


:thumbsup:
#40
spionkop
It's no different to charging £30 with £1 postage is it? It's the overall cost that counts. Fee avoidance is to be commended, not condemned, it keeps prices down.

I expect he just gets peed off with people poking their noses in and trying to police a site that makes excessive and gratuitous profits out of their exorbitant monopolistic fees. If it's against the rules he knows it is and doesn't need telling by a non-customer. I'd get irked too.



H e can sell how he likes that wasnt my problem it was being called a cow for kindly suggesting the rules to him to aviod any troubles (thought he was new with 3 fb's) and i wasnt being nosey just stating a point to him and i get called a cow hmmm fair?

But why are ebays charges gone up?? maybe because people sell this way and are cheating the system. its not to be commended and doesnt keep prices down. Considereding you are forced to sell items with free p&p its totally unfair!

The commet about getting the money back if there was a problem was right, you wouldnt be refunded for the p&p so would be a big loss.

Seems he hasnt relisted anything now, maybe because i reported him for the message?

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