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Need help: My ebay ID was reported in the Purse Forum

Discussion in 'Ebay' started by T1001059, Oct 8, 2011.

  1. T1001059

    T1001059 Newbie

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    Hi guys,

    I sold an ebay item, buyer received it & reported not as described & posted comments & my ebay ID in the Purse Forum.

    I want to know if there is any way to have my ID removed from that forum because it would definitely affect my sale. Thanks in advance for your help. Cheers.
     
  2. r00tk3y

    r00tk3y BANNED BANNED

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    Theres nothing you can do, but you could change your Ebay username?
    http://pages.ebay.com/help/account/change-userid.html
     
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  3. T1001059

    T1001059 Newbie

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    Thanks for your advice. How can I force it removed by the forum administrator?
     
  4. ohaider

    ohaider Senior Member

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    Legal action is the only real way you could force it or bribery.
     
  5. Shah_G

    Shah_G Junior Member

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    Thats what the forum is for.
    Was it a fake you sold?
     
  6. BlackSeng

    BlackSeng Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Well... basically.. you asked for it, isn't it?

    You should have foreseen this coming when you misled your buyers.
    Unless if you're framed, there's nothing much we can do.
     
  7. T1001059

    T1001059 Newbie

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    They will often claim that other sellers are selling fakes, even if they are not; and abuse their ebay ID so that buyers would boycott these sellers.

    FYI, I'm a victim of that forum- the biggest group of fraud in ebay. I was accused of selling fake handbag but I won the paypal dispute against the buyer's claim with all evidences & receipt I've got to prove its authenticity, however my ebay ID is still on their forum wall of shame.

    I really hope somebody can burn their ass down...
     
  8. kvmcable

    kvmcable Supreme Member

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    Check the forum rules and I'm pretty sure you can't post a eBay seller ID or auction link. If that is still the rule then report the post and it should come down and the buyer will get a warning. I haven't been on eBay for years as a seller but that used to be the rule - no direct seller naming or auction linking. You had to talk about them in general terms.
     
  9. T1001059

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    It's their daily activities - post & link other ebay auction & abuse sellers ID ebay in that forum.
     
  10. Shah_G

    Shah_G Junior Member

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    Yes it is their daily activity, thats how they kill the competition sometimes.
    Sometimes the buyers are victims sometimes the sellers are.