eBay Telephone Number – Call: 0844 545 9982
Need a question answered regarding a purchase on eBay, or your eBay account? No problem at all – simply dial our eBay contact number: 0844 545 9982 in order to receive the assistance that you require from eBay.
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eBay Customer Service Number 0844 545 9982
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Hi, I would like to close my shop for a couple of days over Christmas. How do I put it in holiday mode please?
As there are several days with no postage collections, I'm not sure what to do.Do I need to change that as well? First time I've had to close my shop.
Thanks for any advice.
I sold two items on 8th November. Sent 'signed for', in the same parcel, they were delivered and signed for on 10th November. I've now had a case raised (today); the buyer says that one of the items didn't get there. Cutting to the chase, I suspect that I'm going to have to issue a refund, because I can't prove that both items were sent. And, of course, I'll be unable to claim from Royal Mail; they delivered what they were paid to deliver.
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Isn't there some kind of rule against sellers being able to post something like a "no item" option on order to post a low price to get to the top of results? I've also seen things like "box only" in the results, or they add an item to the options that is not even related to the item you're looking at. All so they can write "from £0.99 to £10.99" or something. It may not actually be fraud, but it is cheating. I'm surprised it is permitted. Personally I refuse to buy from those sellers, and it is a pain in the ass sifting through those results. Surely eBay should do something about this.
Received an item from an ebay seller yesterday. Item was damaged but not mentioned in the listing. contacted seller who told me it was my fault for not viewing the pictures thoroughly. Didn't realise I was looking for damage and when I viewed pictures after receiving the damaged item, the damage was not evident. To cut it a long story short, I left negative feedback after seller emailed me to tell me I was a cheapskate (even though I was not asking for a refund, but just telling them I was annoyed that the item was damaged) and had lots of abuse from them - the following day the negative feedback I left was removed by ebay. I complained to them, they told me that it did not comply with their feedback laws, blah blah. So the seller goes on being dishonest. The previous feedback from the buyer was also the same as mine - so there is a theme .... why do ebay protect sellers like this??? I take extra care when listing an item to sell, make sure I make a note of any imperfections to avoid upsetting buyers. Feel frustrated with ebay.[...]
Just after a confirmation that I think I don't need to do anything else on an INR case that has been opened today.
Buyer bought item 6 Dec
Posted 7 Dec to buyer's work address per Paypal by tracked post
Delivered 8 Dec and signed for by someone at his firm
INR case opened today
I've messaged the buyer earlier today to advise of the delivered status and updated the tracking number in the case. Lo and behold the item has now been found.
Do I need to do anything else or just await the case timing out on 22 Dec where nothing else should happen as it has been delivered and tracking clearly shows this?
Funds at Paypal for this item are showing as being on hold - is this automatic when an Ebay case is opened or has the buyer opened a separate Paypal case? (if the latter I haven't had confirmation of that).
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