From: Jim Brittin pedigreeZZZZ on
Am I alone in loathing the latest eBay e-mails?

I can't believe I'm the only buyer that purchases multiple items from
the same seller.

From: pcb1962 on
On 10 Nov, 11:27, Jim Brittin <pedigreeZ...(a)ZZZZoperamail.com [wake up
to reply]> wrote:
> Am I alone in loathing the latest eBay e-mails?
>
> I can't believe I'm the only buyer that purchases multiple items from
> the same seller.

I find buying a number of BINs from the same seller to be a PITA,
having to buy and confirm each one as you go along, instead of
browsing the shop, picking a few things out and then committing to buy
at the end. What's needed is a 'BIN basket' allowing you to add and
remove items till you're happy. I'm surprised they haven't done this
already since they are encouraging big shops rather than one-off
sellers.
From: Fran on

"pcb1962" <peter(a)pandasys.co.uk> wrote in message
news:1dba8d3a-9471-4c71-846d-e36fb160f987(a)s31g2000yqs.googlegroups.com...
> On 10 Nov, 11:27, Jim Brittin <pedigreeZ...(a)ZZZZoperamail.com [wake up
> to reply]> wrote:
>> Am I alone in loathing the latest eBay e-mails?
>>
>> I can't believe I'm the only buyer that purchases multiple items from
>> the same seller.
>
> I find buying a number of BINs from the same seller to be a PITA,
> having to buy and confirm each one as you go along, instead of
> browsing the shop, picking a few things out and then committing to buy
> at the end. What's needed is a 'BIN basket' allowing you to add and
> remove items till you're happy. I'm surprised they haven't done this
> already since they are encouraging big shops rather than one-off
> sellers.

Yeah. Would that they did what Amazon have always done. ;)