Sellers BEAWARE of PAYMENTS accepted....Read...

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Hello all ebay community,

 

First may I introduce myself my name is Tasha (tasha6075) MissTee's BARGAIN House. I am writing this guid as I wish I had read one like this before selling on ebay....Regarding payments to accept and not to accept...etc...cheque...cash....paypal

 

Reason's not to accept cheque....You can easly accept cheques and everything appears fine..money goes into your account feedbacks are left you delete transaction off your account end of...But is it no as if a payment has been via cheque for anything between  £15 + the buyer has up to so many days depending on the bank to cancel the transacton...So inless you watch your account all the time to see if its been canceled...Some people get away with this...Also you could depending on your back accure a charge for their cheque being cancelled...Then how do you file a complaint  CANT do it threw paypal as they didnt pay via them....cant do it threw ebay as they only give like final fee back and dont really do anything dont...will advise you go to the police etc...Who can be bothered with all that more money more time more hassle....This is from experience I sold a playstation 2 for like £100 sent to the buyer he left + feedback so did I then all the sudden weeks later i notice a over draft in bank account!!! (this were the tight days lol) anyway so i called bank they advised of cheque being cancelled and i recieved a £15 charge!! and it cost him £10 to cancel the cheque.... So he in all got the playstion 2 off me for a tenner (£10) and i lost a playstation 2 as well as £15.....becareful that is all I am saying.....

 

Reson's for not accepting cash.....well that is a bit clear why not....dont do what i did either saying to them to send via recorded delivery as i did that with like 10 people 8 were honest....2 people one sent it via recorded delivery with a note saying please send item asap....CHEEKY no money when i disputed it couldnt win as they had tracking number and my fault for asking for cash welll i offered it along with other methods...the other one which is a lady I am dealing with now....Unpleasant lady....xx...wont say her user name but anyway I stated in my listings cash buyers contact me first so I say its ok or not....she did she just clicked but it now...and i was silly sent item before recieving money as I say the clock thing on the payment menu and assumed it was pending payment threw paypal or postal order...as she had not mentioned or asked baout cash her feedback is private no wonder and she lied got away with my things and all ebay can say is my fault for asking for cash when common sense says I never said she could pay cash and it stated at the time you have to ask me first which she didnt.....

 

PAYPAL   along with EBAY biggest rip off....becarefull of non verified members...as I have heard many stories of claims that cant go threw as people are not verfied meaning they have an account but paypal dont know who they are and Ill be really honest with you....as i am that sort of person....I have a friend and her ex boyfriend ( CAN I POINT OUT THIS DOESNT REFLEX ON ME AS ITS NOT MY FRIEND NOR AM I THIS WAY INCLINDED) well anyway her ex- boyfriend liked to buy stamps off ebay...he decided one day he wanted to sell things...so he opened a paypal account...the is to my best knowledge. he opened it up put a bogus address didnt verify it.....sold something to someone for £550 then just never went on that account again ... I ask her sometimes did he get in trouble yet she says no she cant believe it.....

 

I mean Paypal dont do alot to help!!! read other reviews...be very carefully who you buy and sell to... and make sure they are who they say they are as once your money is gone thats it...and you never get the full amount back...I mean i just read a review about a guy buying a laptop paid £569 never got that the laptop and didnt hear from the guy again....paypal gave him £109 back thats all he got!!!

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