An ebay query: when to relist

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An ebay query: when to relist

Post by Clay » Mon Mar 14, 2005 12:36 am

The fellow that won the last MP Prime I put up hasn't paid, or it's been lost in the mail, and it's been six weeks now.

This is his profile.

This is the auction.

Based on those, should I go ahead an relist the item? The only two explanations are that he sent the payment and it got lost, or he simply jipped me. From my experiences with the post office, I'd have to say it's much more likely to be the latter. Either way, I haven't gotten it, and I need the funds.

I actually still have an extra prime stowed away in the closet for myself, so if I relist it and his payment finally shows up, I won't be in the fryer.

Or, should I just continue waiting like a sucker?

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Post by Phantom Starscream » Mon Mar 14, 2005 12:42 am

It's always easier to relist. That's what I'd do. But if you want the prime,don't. Send spam to him! Load his computer with junk! Mwahahaha!
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Post by Denyer » Mon Mar 14, 2005 12:42 am

I'd have filled in a non-paying bidder form by now.

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Post by Mirage » Mon Mar 14, 2005 11:37 pm

File non paying bidder alert! contact eBay for your refund of selling fees (i think they can do this after like 30 days or something). Also contact him through eBay and try and get a response.
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