From: Manky Badger on
Item number 29009144357.

Nice pair of goblets. Up for auction with starting price of �25, but in the
item description she's put "will not sell for less than �35.00".
The reason for this comment is that I won these last week for 99p, and she
didn't like it.
I won the auction at 99p and got a snotty email saying that yes, I'm the
winner but the price is �35.
She refused to sell at the auction price (and got herself some negative
fedback & reported to eBay) ......

Am I missing something here?
If she wants �35, then either she puts on a reserve, or starts the auction
at �35?


From: Peter Crosland on
> Nice pair of goblets. Up for auction with starting price of �25, but
> in the item description she's put "will not sell for less than
> �35.00". The reason for this comment is that I won these last week for
> 99p,
> and she didn't like it.
> I won the auction at 99p and got a snotty email saying that yes, I'm
> the winner but the price is �35.
> She refused to sell at the auction price (and got herself some
> negative fedback & reported to eBay) ......
>
> Am I missing something here?
> If she wants �35, then either she puts on a reserve, or starts the
> auction at �35?

She is wrong. Report her to eBay because she should have put a higher start
price.

Peter Crosland



From: INRI on

"Manky Badger" <you.must(a)be.joking> wrote in message
news:s5mdnfIX796XwW_YRVnysQA(a)giganews.com...
> Item number 29009144357.
>
> Nice pair of goblets. Up for auction with starting price of �25, but in
> the item description she's put "will not sell for less than �35.00".
> The reason for this comment is that I won these last week for 99p, and she
> didn't like it.
> I won the auction at 99p and got a snotty email saying that yes, I'm the
> winner but the price is �35.
> She refused to sell at the auction price (and got herself some negative
> fedback & reported to eBay) ......
>
> Am I missing something here?
> If she wants �35, then either she puts on a reserve, or starts the auction
> at �35?
>

Offer to treat ?


From: goaty on

"INRI" <jon_1940(a)hotmail.com> wrote in message
news:45f26ef2$0$2413$a82e2bb9(a)reader.athenanews.com...
>
> "Manky Badger" <you.must(a)be.joking> wrote in message
> news:s5mdnfIX796XwW_YRVnysQA(a)giganews.com...
> > Item number 29009144357.
> >
> > Nice pair of goblets. Up for auction with starting price of �25, but in
> > the item description she's put "will not sell for less than �35.00".
> > The reason for this comment is that I won these last week for 99p, and
she
> > didn't like it.
> > I won the auction at 99p and got a snotty email saying that yes, I'm the
> > winner but the price is �35.
> > She refused to sell at the auction price (and got herself some negative
> > fedback & reported to eBay) ......
> >
> > Am I missing something here?
> > If she wants �35, then either she puts on a reserve, or starts the
auction
> > at �35?
> >
>
> Offer to treat ?
>
>
item has now been removed.
what was her ebay name?


From: Mike on
In message <O4vIh.35353$tz6.535(a)newsfe2-gui.ntli.net>
at 09:43:10 on Sat, 10 Mar 2007, goaty <goaty(a)mcfc.co.uk> wrote
>
>"INRI" <jon_1940(a)hotmail.com> wrote in message
>news:45f26ef2$0$2413$a82e2bb9(a)reader.athenanews.com...
>>
>> "Manky Badger" <you.must(a)be.joking> wrote in message
>> news:s5mdnfIX796XwW_YRVnysQA(a)giganews.com...
>> > Item number 29009144357.
>> >
>> > Nice pair of goblets. Up for auction with starting price of �25, but in
>> > the item description she's put "will not sell for less than �35.00".
>> > The reason for this comment is that I won these last week for 99p, and
>she
>> > didn't like it.
>> > I won the auction at 99p and got a snotty email saying that yes, I'm the
>> > winner but the price is �35.
>> > She refused to sell at the auction price (and got herself some negative
>> > fedback & reported to eBay) ......
>> >
>> > Am I missing something here?
>> > If she wants �35, then either she puts on a reserve, or starts the
>auction
>> > at �35?
>> >
>>
>> Offer to treat ?
>>
>>
>item has now been removed.
>what was her ebay name?
>
>
I thought all auction numbers were 12 digits long these days? The one
above is only 11.
--
Mike