From: Richard Colton on


"Richard Colton" <newsgroups(a)uselessinfoZILCH-SPAM.org.uk> wrote in message
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> "Niel J Humphreys" <admin(a)sznzozwdzoznzczozmzpzuztzezrzs.co.uk> wrote in
> message news:hn6h2i$3pm$1(a)energise.enta.net...
>> "Richard Colton" <newsgroups(a)uselessinfoZILCH-SPAM.org.uk> wrote in
>> message news:5Czln.268505$kS2.79711(a)newsfe17.ams2...
>>> rudolf-springbo
>>>
>>> I suspect that even though he's been registered a while, he hasn't bid
>>> (or won) much of anything at all. A little trigger happy I suspect.
>>
>>
>> Well his address and phone number are on his 'ME' page along with what
>> looks like a shitload of anally retentive instructions. Let's all order
>> him some German skips, taxis, pizzas...... shall we? ;o)
>
> No, I'm not that petty.
>
>> By the way, just out of interest why would you not post that item to
>> Germany? I know it's the principle of the thing (your item would not have
>> show up on ebay.de so he must have been browsing the UK site for items
>> which did not have shipping available to Germany) with an idiot buyer
>> like that but would it have been easier to just add a fiver for postage
>> and sell it to him?
>
> I don't sell often and prefer to keep things simple. I suspect that your
> guess about missing out on profit may be close to the remark, but it's a
> moot point as the feedback has now been removed thanks to a nice short
> live chat session.
>
> Thanks to all for the advice.

Oh yes, just one more thing. As I've offered a second chance offer, do I
have to ask eBay to cancel the sale to Rudolf to reclaim fees on it or is
that automatic if the second chance offer is accepted or times out?

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From: Niel J Humphreys on
"Richard Colton" <newsgroups(a)uselessinfoZILCH-SPAM.org.uk> wrote in message
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> "Richard Colton" <newsgroups(a)uselessinfoZILCH-SPAM.org.uk> wrote in
> message news:GOzln.268507$kS2.50459(a)newsfe17.ams2...
>>
>>
>> "Niel J Humphreys" <admin(a)sznzozwdzoznzczozmzpzuztzezrzs.co.uk> wrote in
>> message news:hn6h2i$3pm$1(a)energise.enta.net...
>>> "Richard Colton" <newsgroups(a)uselessinfoZILCH-SPAM.org.uk> wrote in
>>> message news:5Czln.268505$kS2.79711(a)newsfe17.ams2...
>>>> rudolf-springbo
>>>>
>>>> I suspect that even though he's been registered a while, he hasn't bid
>>>> (or won) much of anything at all. A little trigger happy I suspect.
>>>
>>>
>>> Well his address and phone number are on his 'ME' page along with what
>>> looks like a shitload of anally retentive instructions. Let's all order
>>> him some German skips, taxis, pizzas...... shall we? ;o)
>>
>> No, I'm not that petty.
>>
>>> By the way, just out of interest why would you not post that item to
>>> Germany? I know it's the principle of the thing (your item would not
>>> have show up on ebay.de so he must have been browsing the UK site for
>>> items which did not have shipping available to Germany) with an idiot
>>> buyer like that but would it have been easier to just add a fiver for
>>> postage and sell it to him?
>>
>> I don't sell often and prefer to keep things simple. I suspect that your
>> guess about missing out on profit may be close to the remark, but it's a
>> moot point as the feedback has now been removed thanks to a nice short
>> live chat session.
>>
>> Thanks to all for the advice.
>
> Oh yes, just one more thing. As I've offered a second chance offer, do I
> have to ask eBay to cancel the sale to Rudolf to reclaim fees on it or is
> that automatic if the second chance offer is accepted or times out?


I wuld not trust him to agree to a cancellation and would wait 7 days and
file an unpaid item report and make sure you get your fees back. (then hope
he doesn't appeal it)
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From: Richard Colton on


"Niel J Humphreys" <admin(a)sznzozwdzoznzczozmzpzuztzezrzs.co.uk> wrote in
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> "Richard Colton" <newsgroups(a)uselessinfoZILCH-SPAM.org.uk> wrote in
> message news:pVzln.268509$kS2.138557(a)newsfe17.ams2...
>>
>>
>> "Richard Colton" <newsgroups(a)uselessinfoZILCH-SPAM.org.uk> wrote in
>> message news:GOzln.268507$kS2.50459(a)newsfe17.ams2...
>>>
>>>
>>> "Niel J Humphreys" <admin(a)sznzozwdzoznzczozmzpzuztzezrzs.co.uk> wrote in
>>> message news:hn6h2i$3pm$1(a)energise.enta.net...
>>>> "Richard Colton" <newsgroups(a)uselessinfoZILCH-SPAM.org.uk> wrote in
>>>> message news:5Czln.268505$kS2.79711(a)newsfe17.ams2...
>>>>> rudolf-springbo
>>>>>
>>>>> I suspect that even though he's been registered a while, he hasn't bid
>>>>> (or won) much of anything at all. A little trigger happy I suspect.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Well his address and phone number are on his 'ME' page along with what
>>>> looks like a shitload of anally retentive instructions. Let's all order
>>>> him some German skips, taxis, pizzas...... shall we? ;o)
>>>
>>> No, I'm not that petty.
>>>
>>>> By the way, just out of interest why would you not post that item to
>>>> Germany? I know it's the principle of the thing (your item would not
>>>> have show up on ebay.de so he must have been browsing the UK site for
>>>> items which did not have shipping available to Germany) with an idiot
>>>> buyer like that but would it have been easier to just add a fiver for
>>>> postage and sell it to him?
>>>
>>> I don't sell often and prefer to keep things simple. I suspect that
>>> your guess about missing out on profit may be close to the remark, but
>>> it's a moot point as the feedback has now been removed thanks to a nice
>>> short live chat session.
>>>
>>> Thanks to all for the advice.
>>
>> Oh yes, just one more thing. As I've offered a second chance offer, do I
>> have to ask eBay to cancel the sale to Rudolf to reclaim fees on it or is
>> that automatic if the second chance offer is accepted or times out?
>
>
> I wuld not trust him to agree to a cancellation and would wait 7 days and
> file an unpaid item report and make sure you get your fees back. (then
> hope he doesn't appeal it)

Thanks for that Niel. The second chance guy has bought and paid now so
that's a relief. If he does dispute it, what happens then?

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From: The Older Gentleman on
Niel J Humphreys <admin(a)sznzozwdzoznzczozmzpzuztzezrzs.co.uk> wrote:

> http://offer.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?BuyerRequirementsActivityLog

Bookmarked. Ta.


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From: Niel J Humphreys on
"Richard Colton" <newsgroups(a)uselessinfoZILCH-SPAM.org.uk> wrote in message
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>
>> I wuld not trust him to agree to a cancellation and would wait 7 days and
>> file an unpaid item report and make sure you get your fees back. (then
>> hope he doesn't appeal it)
>
> Thanks for that Niel. The second chance guy has bought and paid now so
> that's a relief. If he does dispute it, what happens then?

If he appeals Ebay will reverse the strike and also the fee refund but you
won't be notified, the only way you will notice is that the fee will appear
back on your EBay invoice and the status of the case will change on your
dispute console.