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yet another eBay issue...

hdizzle Avatar
6y, 8m agoPosted 6 years, 8 months ago
A buyer won the auction for my item. Sent him invoice, no reply for a few days. A polite message, no reply. Another polite message, yet again no reply. Then opened a case to request to cancel the transaction, still no reply. It's been over two weeks since the buyer bought the item, and I just want to somehow cancel it now, as his lack of communication is getting out of hand.
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6y, 8m agoPosted 6 years, 8 months ago
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1 Like #1
relist it and start a non payment dispute
1 Like #2
could be on holiday for 2 weeks

or worse i had someone buy something gave up trying after a good few weeks they emailed me to say hospital for a couple of months still wanted item we done the deal

sometimes there is an explanation
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khy86
relist it and start a non payment dispute


I've already sold it elsewhere as I needed a quick sale, so relisting is not an option. At the moment the dispute is:

Awaiting buyer's action on the cancel transaction case.

Is a non-payment dispute better for my situation?
1 Like #4
Can't help with the current situation but would adding a 'Payment to be made within x amount of hours' statement help in future
1 Like #5
Painkiller
Can't help with the current situation but would adding a 'Payment to be made within x amount of hours' statement help in future


when you go to the case section, it gives you a number to call within 15 minutes and you can resolve it like that, I did the same thing last week, was a much quicker way of solving the problem.
1 Like #6
Happened to me a few times. Open a none payment dispute and after the allocated period, cancel the order then relist.

IMO Ebay went to pot when they stopped allowing negative feedback for buyers...The sellers get all the crp while the bad buyers walk away scott free to ruin someones elses day...
#7
Thanks for all the useful help, rep added :)

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