From: The Older Gentleman on
Marcus Redd <read(a)it.com> wrote:

> "The Older Gentleman" <chateau.murraySPAMKILL(a)dsl.pipex.com> wrote in
> message news:1hpu4fa.1yfstuu18hxpxdN%chateau.murraySPAMKILL(a)dsl.pipex.com...
> > Marcus Redd <read(a)it.com> wrote:
> >
> >> You don't have to read my posts.
> >
> > Good.
>
> Another one for the kf eh? In you go...

Bwaaahahahaha!

If there's one thing that's pathetic is a killfile boaster.


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From: bigegg on
Peter Parry wrote:

> That eliminates the contract to buy. The seller has to refund the
> buyer all their money, the buyer has to restore the goods to the
> seller. Not only does no contract now exist but according to the
> DSR's it shall be as if no contract _ever_ existed. If no contract
> ever existed then there cannot have been a non paying bidder.
>

In that case, there's no FVF to pay, so the seller needs to claim it
back from ebay, using the only method available, which is via the "NPB"
claim form.

If the buyer receives a "strike", then this is between the buyer and
ebay, and nothing to do with the seller, after all, "no contract _ever_
existed" between the buyer and seller.




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From: Alison Hopkins on

"The Older Gentleman" <chateau.murraySPAMKILL(a)dsl.pipex.com> wrote in
message news:1hpudul.4cuxaub0jkzcN%chateau.murraySPAMKILL(a)dsl.pipex.com...
> Marcus Redd <read(a)it.com> wrote:
>
>> "The Older Gentleman" <chateau.murraySPAMKILL(a)dsl.pipex.com> wrote in
>> message
>> news:1hpu4fa.1yfstuu18hxpxdN%chateau.murraySPAMKILL(a)dsl.pipex.com...
>> > Marcus Redd <read(a)it.com> wrote:
>> >
>> >> You don't have to read my posts.
>> >
>> > Good.
>>
>> Another one for the kf eh? In you go...
>
> Bwaaahahahaha!
>
> If there's one thing that's pathetic is a killfile boaster.
>

His is bigger than yours? P:)

Ali


From: Alison Hopkins on

"Joe Lee" <invalid(a)noaddress> wrote in message
news:4574dfac$0$18057$fa0fcedb(a)news.zen.co.uk...

> He clicked to buy on a BIN item in which the seller had committed a
> criminal offence in that the price stated was exclusive of VAT, contrary
> to the Price Marking Order 2004.
>

Leaving aside the seller's action, it is not a criminal offence.

Ali


From: Lord Edam de Fromage on
In article <4574dfac$0$18057$fa0fcedb(a)news.zen.co.uk>, invalid(a)noaddress
says...

> Very shortly afterwards he cancelled the Contract under the provisions of
> the Distance Selling Regulations, which is entirely in accordance within
> his rights as the seller is a business/trader.

he *asked* if he could cancel the contract within minutes of clicking
"buy it now".

quote: Btw, I sent him an email within one minute of having made the
mistake, asking if we could agree to cancel

from message-id: <456c13c5$0$3689$9a6e19ea(a)unlimited.newshosting.com>

Asking about cancelling and actually exercising your right to cancel
aren't the same thing. If the seller had replied immediately "I'll sell
it for the original price" the buyer very probably would not have
cancelled (nor started his threads about the sale where he discovered
the other problems with the listing).

The correct response for the buyer when the seller issued te payment
reminder and said the sale would continue at the original price should
have been to reply "Then I exercise my right to cancel under Distance
Selling Regulations". From what he's posted, I very much doubt he's
actually done that. The seller probably has no idea the buyer is wanting
to exercise their DSR rights.