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Old 06-25-2017, 02:51 PM
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Default A bidder to block!!

thedukecards won my Erving rookie card, says he can't afford it and doesn't want to pay, but is continually bidding on and winning cards. I think he would be a good one for everyone to block.
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Old 07-01-2017, 02:38 PM
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Well, here's my latest contribution:

g_j1987


Claims somebody hacked him and he never ordered the item. Apparently somebody hacked him and put in a single bid on a boxing poster that originates from the same region he's from. Tells me to cancel 11 days after the bid was put in and 6 days after the auction ended and 2 invoices were sent out.

LOL. At least be honest and tell me you don't want it anymore. It's not like Ebay lets me do anything anymore to negate this type of behavior.

Seems to be more and more common lately. I used to get maybe a couple reneges a year, now it seems like I'm getting at least one a month.

These jerks have also figured out they can just ask for a cancellation to, instead of getting saddled with an Unpaid Item Strike.

If you force them to pay, they can saddle you with a negative feedback, or make your life hell sending stuff back and forth through the mail hoping nothing gets damaged and claiming the item was "Not as described".
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Added....I don't play that game......if you are bidding on my item and don't pay, you are getting a strike. It's not the end of the world for them. Last I checked, there are THREE strikes before you are called out.
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