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You can back out of an Ebay auction sale, you just have to cancel the auction

I used to sell on Ebay quite a lot , but since they put their fees up I hardly bother selling on Ebay these days

In-fact I try to avoid selling upper end items on Ebay as the commission is a rip off imo

Sell electrical tools on here or to a mate or via a local platform where you agree a cash price and the buyer collects
I only noticed the fees over the weekend they are quite a chunk on more expensive items
 
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I have 5 of them. Your welcome to 1 if your about belfast some day lol

Think I have one somewhere, but remember DD mentioning them recently.

I only noticed the fees over the weekend they are quite a chunk on more expensive items

Keep an eye on messages from them as they seem to do offers every couple of weeks for private sellers - something like £1 sales fees for all items listed over those weekends.
 
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You can indeed, but it's not really fair if people have put bids on. Plus Ebay sometimes contact sellers who do this repeatedly.
I agree... once a bid is made.It should stay for sale. If i see adverts like this .I never ever buy as I think the seller has no morals
 
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Think I have one somewhere, but remember DD mentioning them recently.



Keep an eye on messages from them as they seem to do offers every couple of weeks for private sellers - something like £1 sales fees for all items listed over those weekends.
Ebay haven't done a £1 weekend in years , not since they ditched paypal , upped their selling fee and now charge sellers direct

To be honest I hardly bother selling decent on Ebay these days as the fees put me off , its okay for off loading junk but that is about it
 
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Ebay haven't done a £1 weekend in years , not since they ditched paypal , upped their selling fee and now charge sellers direct

To be honest I hardly bother selling decent on Ebay these days as the fees put me off , its okay for off loading junk but that is about it
I still get lots of emails for the max £1 selling fees. I agree though that the normal fees are very off putting.
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Ebay haven't done a £1 weekend in years , not since they ditched paypal , upped their selling fee and now charge sellers direct

To be honest I hardly bother selling decent on Ebay these days as the fees put me off , its okay for off loading junk but that is about it

I still get them.
 
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They probably send offers to people who have an account, but don't list anything.

I ran a business account there for 20 years and am still offloading stock and keeping simple/profitable lines running to supplement apprenticeship income. Not a place I'd ever want to rely on, but it certainly made me a lot of money over the years. Somewhere on the site you can see your total account turnover - no idea how to find it now, but years back I was staggered by how much I'd turned over on that one marketplace.
 

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