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This is probably a common experience amongst the community, but, if not, I wanted to bring this to the attention of other buyers.
I bought 3 items from different Chinese sellers over the past 18 months and, lesson learned, shall not do so again in future. I would not normally use them but sometimes there is no alternative. However, I have noticed that these sellers often include a borrowed picture of an original item, giving buyers the impression that they will receive exactly the same, when the reality is actually a cheap copy/fake.
Then they revise the listing afterwards to include/exclude pictures and details previously withheld. I have checked back only to find these kinds of revisions made to the item after the transaction. As a precaution, after a purchase, I save a copy of the listings now. (I've never sold on here, so I could be unaware of, or misunderstanding the process, but, I expect to get what I pay for and not cheap, poor quality substitutes).
This dishonesty and misleading buyers has to stop. EBay needs to intervene. If something is described as being a chiffon top, it should be made of said material and not tee shirt fabric. From experience, CHINESE SELLERS, IN PARTICULAR, SHOULD BE OBLIGATED TO INCLUDE PHOTOS AND DETAILS OF THEIR OWN PRODUCTS THEY ACTUALLY MAKE, SELL & DISPATCH ON THEIR LISTINGS. OTHERWISE BUYERS ARE NOT SEEING AND RECEIVING AUTHENTIC MERCHANDISE.
It's late and I cannot find how to remove the caps - not meant to be appear as shouting. Fingers crossed I'll get a refund
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I have completed 20 complicated drafts with about 10 photos each, so thats 200 photos and lots of text. I intended to place these next Saturday but now find I need an operation which will take place next Monday so I need to delay placing the adverts for a little while.
According to eBay I can keep the drafts active for 30 days, but it is not clear if the 30 days is from origination or last modification.
If it is the latter I can modify and re-save just before my op' so have enough time to get over it and then place the adverts. If its the former a lot of work will have been wasted.
Any advice appreciated.
I spent over an hour on the phone with ebay today and got absolutely nowhere, just ping ponged from one idiot to another. not one could help me. and none of them spoke clear english. the issue?
I sent my fire stick to a seller on here who offers installation services. he promised a same day or next ay turnaround. That was last Monday and I never got my stick back. Not only that, but he gave a fake tracking ID to ebay.
So what happened? I left him negative feedback he deserved. This was removed within hours. Funny that, because as a seller, I managed to get one very unfair and inaccurate negative review weeks ago, and I phoned ebay to ask to have it removed, even gave them proof that the feedback was not accurate, and they refused to remove it. Yet they removed negative feedback for a dodgy seller who gave them a fake tracking ID. That is beyond outrageously unfair.
Also, as a seller who had a near perfect rating, paypal suddenly decided to hold the funds on my account, so on principal. I refuse to send any items to any buyer as long as paypal impose this hold. You wouldn't expect to be able to walk out of a shop with merchcandise unless the shop had your money. So yes, I will get more negative feedbacks and probably have my account suspended - but I don't care anymore, this place ain't worth the grief
The whole thing is corrupt and I've had more than enough of this place, as a buyer, or a seller.
I will not trust buying anything on ebay anymore, nor will I sell again because everything you try to do on here, you just get screwed
I doubt I will get [...]