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I thought I am scammed by the website auction on eBay, any suggestions?

Discussion in 'Ebay' started by joinblackhats, May 2, 2012.

  1. joinblackhats

    joinblackhats Newbie

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    I never bid on ebay before, today I won tow website auctions and won. They are really different from Flippa. The price just shocked me:

    Every one got hidden cost in it. The first one hide the hosting cost or installation cost. The second one is for sure a scammer, he set the bid price very low, but charged everything, the domain, the hosting, even the self installation website will be charged.

    I am still OK with the first site, but the 2nd one, I want to gave negative review. I don't want to buy the 2nd one. How to reject the auction? Any suggestion will be welcomed.

    These are also my mistake, I didn't really read carefully for the content. How to do and what to do?

    Thanks a lot for your advice.
     
  2. jsant07

    jsant07 Newbie

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    You could open a dispute with ebay, but if the description clearly states everything your being charged for, then your probably screwed. Also that grammer daaammmmnnn
     
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  3. oxonbeef

    oxonbeef BANNED BANNED

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    Surely you mean grammar
     
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  4. jsant07

    jsant07 Newbie

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    Yes, indeed I did. I'll be sitting in a corner with my foot in my mouth if anyone needs me.
     
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  5. joinblackhats

    joinblackhats Newbie

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    Sorry for my English. That is why I was shocked when I saw the final price because I didn't really understand the auction content. Thanks.
     
  6. Fluid

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    if you bid on an auction, and the seller changed everything on that item after your winning bid, file a dispute with ebay and request to cancel the bid for you.. they have tools to check all this. ive had this happening to me myself, and they canceled my winning bid without a hassle.
     
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  7. dragonfly0607

    dragonfly0607 Newbie

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    just file a dispute on ebay, say that the seller is not describe the item correctly and request a cancelation. you can use a live help feature on ebay :)