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Discussion in 'Spotted on eBay!' started by Joe_SP, Jul 25, 2008.
Look at his feedback, not good, one says tried charging £200 for delivery, maybe that's where he's trying to get his money.....very sneaky especially as it is not listed like that
The £200 delivery was what someone tried to charge him for something he was buying not selling.
He's copied up an advert for breaking a W203 and the dumb cluck has left the BIN at £1 which was for a 2nd hand wheel nut.
Obviously not the only nut...
His good seller feedback is from his mate 'hunt-it-down'..for the Vx vectra he still has for sale.
That sold well then, didn't it..
What about I just buy it now for a £1 and see what happens!
You never know.
I was thinking the same, but I don't need it. Though a 722.6 box has a value on it's own.
I did it!! Could not resist, you never know I may end up with a new engine and box out of it!!
See what happens next!!
Hi Inspector Morse!!
I prefer Cleuso...a few more laughs but never misses a trick.
and here is the result..............................
"i'm sorry but theres been an error the asking price was £1000, i cannot sell it extremely sorry "
Well, what did I expect!!
Isn't he bound by contract when listing it? I wouldn't push it myself as I feel sorry for the poor sod, but he should really read what he's typing
Report him to Ebay..
He knows. He's using it as a method of catching buyers without paying ebay commission..
Hmmm how do you forget to type three noughts on the asking price of £1000 ?
Then I no longer feel sorry for him - report him!
Now you've "won it" do you have his address? You could pop by and collect!
He has relisted it at £1000 and I contacted him and he said he would deliver for £150.
But he's already sold it for £1???
For the delivery or the engine?
I suppose technically the engine is mine now so for him to try and sell it would be unlawful.
He is quite a rude seller who has said that the engine is now damaged so has offered a refund.