|Re: Is legal to do this in Ebay?|
Message #3 Posted by Gene on 14 Apr 2005, 9:34 a.m.,
in response to message #2 by bill platt
"Most people in this world--buyers especially--just want to do an honest deal."
Gene: Depends. The last two listings for a TI-89 Titanium had buyers with 0 feedback who won the auction.
One buyer didn't read the listing where I said several times "No paypal" because he did a buy-it-now and then said the only way he could pay was paypal!
The other 0 feedback bidder won the auction and then never responded to any emails.
some buyers are a waste of time. It is a real shame that Ebay doesn't let you dis-allow bidders with 0 or +1 or +2 feedback.
Yes, I know you can stop negative feedback bidders and yes I know that if everyone stopped 0, +1, or +2 bidders they might have trouble getting feedback in the first place, but it is a real pain when there appears to be a good number of people who just get an ebay ID, bid on a few things, and then disappear.
That has happened with greater and greater frequency recently.
Of course, Bill, you are always welcome to bid on my goodies. :-)
Just lettin' off some steam.