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Old 04-03-2013, 02:37 PM   #11
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All the people that had to chime in and say the truck wasn't worth more then 10k and be deleted now you can watch it sale and see how much you know.


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Old 04-03-2013, 02:58 PM   #12
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I hope it brings it but the buyer with 0 feed back & low feedback buyers be very careful with........ I sell on ebay & have had 0 feedback buyers back out on cars & other things.......also have the $ in hand before you turn the title over. There are alot of people that get a ebay id just to bid for fun & never pay, also scammers out there will tell you they want it checked out before paying & drive off with the vehicle the next thing you know the vehicle is on a ship headed overseas....... had a friend almost have that happen to....... I also had a car $500 parts car took over 6 months to get the $ the guy did finally pay.......................
I hope all goes smoothly but ..................... good luck..... just be very careful........
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Sure as hell the winning bidder at $14,505 has a big fat ZERO for feedback. Next highest bidder = 14 for feedback.

BIG problem with ebay is they let one person have multiple accounts. That person has one selling account with high feedback. AND a bunch of throwaway buying accounts with little or no feedback. Ebay owns paypal and they both side for the buyer, not the seller. Because, without buyers, there are no sellers.

I buy and sell a bunch of small low dollar items on ebay. When it comes to big ticket stuff, sorry no ebay for me. Too many scammers out there. As a seller, you also end up paying listing fees for high ticket items that often don't meet your reserve aka don't sell. Craigslist, Auto Trader, Car Soup, etc. is how I would sell a truck.

Anyway, keep us posted if the winning bidder actually paid and the delivery of sold truck went ok. We hope the best for you of course.
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Old 04-03-2013, 10:32 PM   #14
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I will let you know like I said earlier I was posting it for a fellow RVer, I have heard of all the problems with eBay, I personally listed a $40k executive bus I had and a $10k conversion van last year, they didn't sell but in a few days couple people called and flew in and handed me cash for each one, so I personally have had great results.
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Well as luck would have it, one of my laptops sold this morning on ebay at 6:30am. At the last few seconds of the auction, somebody with zero feedback squeeks in the winning bid. That means the bidder is no rookie. Again, my bet is yet another throwaway account. We'll see what happens.
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Well as luck would have it, one of my laptops sold this morning on ebay at 6:30am. At the last few seconds of the auction, somebody with zero feedback squeeks in the winning bid. That means the bidder is no rookie. Again, my bet is yet another throwaway account. We'll see what happens.
No big deal, just notify the next highest bidder of that and they would probably honour their bid.
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Well good news thought I would let you all know to help restore faith in eBay, the fellow RV that has the truck said, the buyer contacted him and wired him the money already and is coming to pick it up this weekend. He said the guy was a rough neck in the Texas oil fields and had wore his other truck out and need a new one. So I say eBay is good just be smart because there are low lives out there.
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Well good news thought I would let you all know to help restore faith in eBay, the fellow RV that has the truck said, the buyer contacted him and wired him the money already and is coming to pick it up this weekend. He said the guy was a rough neck in the Texas oil fields and had wore his other truck out and need a new one. So I say eBay is good just be smart because there are low lives out there.
Glad to hear it worked out well.
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Couple emails to my laptop ebay buyer with zero feedback and I got paid today also. Biggest thing with Ebay is patience!
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