theforceuk wrote:Forgetting about an item on eBay that you really wanted and it sells for less than you were willingly to pay for it. Has just happened to me, really annoyed with myself. Missed it by 15 minutes!
Clarkspie&chips wrote:I've used auction sniper for many years and its never let me down. They charge 1.5% of the winning bid up to a maximum of $15 but I think there are free ones out there.
All it does is place your maximum bid at a time chosen by you (I go for 3 seconds before the end). So if someone else also drops their bid at 3 seconds either manually or another snipe, eBay will just take the maximum bid unless someone else bids again before its over.
Wreck-It Ralph wrote:Being critised for using a dealer to buy or sell stuff, surely collectors should be free to buy and sell as they wish.
theforceuk wrote:The Toy Toni thing makes me laugh as well, origional parts all assembled together and the grading company’s should have known this before any of the collecting experts did. Your just sending your stuff to other human’s who make mistakes, not a supreme being. How they missed the v iron marks at the bottom of the bubble seal is a shocker.
lejackal wrote:Sellers not offering to combine postage, particularly on small, low value items.
I was recently trying to buy around 15 PSP games, non of which had cases and all of which were around 80p to £1.20 from one seller. Now I probably should take some of the blame on this as I didn't ask prior to placing bids but no one in their right mind would buy items of that value and expect to pay for individual postage surely - his response was that, and I quote, "I do not do multi packages as I do not have the time or patience."
Put all items in one jiffy or ideally box and send together as opposed to 15 individual envelopes you f****** moron!!!
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