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    Damsel Diva TopStar
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    No BIN price, a bidder would like us to pull the advert

    And re-list with BIN price. WWYD?




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    Re: No BIN price, a bidder would like us to pull the advert

    Mr D buys some very obscure things on Ebay (the sort of stuff people wouldn't fight over) and often asks the seller to do this if he doesn't want to wait till the end of the auction. He's nver had any problems. As long as they are willing to pay a decent BIN price, then go for it.


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    Damsel Diva TopStar
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    Would eBay charge us for pulling out? I'm guessing so..

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    Re: No BIN price, a bidder would like us to pull the advert

    Have you got any bidders on the item? If not, I think it's actually quite common for this to happen.

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    Damsel Diva TopStar
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    Yes, couple of them :(

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    Re: No BIN price, a bidder would like us to pull the advert

    If you are happy with the BIN price I would jut go for it. Ebay will only charge you pennies to pull the ad.


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    Damsel Diva TopStar
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    Sold! They are getting a fab item for a v v reasonable price!

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    Re: No BIN price, a bidder would like us to pull the advert

    I thought you couldn't legitimately pull it once there were bids on it. That's that way it used to be anyway. I know some people do as I've had auctions dissapear on me before but didn't realise it was acceptable practice. So what do they charge you for pulling the auction?

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    Damsel Diva TopStar
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    SB, I'll ask DH what he's been charged.
    He does feel bad that he's done it, hopefully eBay will have made & make money from us as we have quite a few high priced items sold/going on sale soon.

    Im hoping it's a damsel who bought it, it was a bargain.

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