View Full Version : Should I Waste My Time Reporting This Suspicious And Deceptive Ebay Seller?
If anyone is dumb enough to buy his stuff, they deserve to lose $100,000.00.
03-19-2005, 08:47 AM
The listing fees on a $100K item would be exhorbitant. Let eBay bleed him dry with fees. :mhcky21:
03-19-2005, 09:13 AM
This might be the most stupid business idea ever. Anyone know what the listing fee would be for all of these?
03-19-2005, 09:29 AM
This might be the most stupid business idea ever. Anyone know what the listing fee would be for all of these?According to this calculator (http://home.alltel.net/micrep/fees.html), if the item sold for $100K and the payment was made through Paypal, the eBay and Paypal fees would total $4418. Of that, the listing fee is $4.80 - admittedly not as much as I was expecting it would be.
03-19-2005, 09:49 AM
Of that, the listing fee is $4.80 - admittedly not as much as I was expecting it would be.
Given that he has listed 50 of these or so, he just spent a few hundred dollars to not make a sale.
I looked at his feedback and then clicked on the items he has sold, and it looks like you can get one sign for $35. I think I'd pick one city and be happy with that. I like how most of his decription is explaining why ebay shouldn't "yank" his ad.
03-20-2005, 05:18 AM
pfffft...no Piqua? he just lost a hundred grand!
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