#1
If you post an ad on Ebay and you don't like how much the winning bidder paid for the item can you reject it and start over again or is it final?
#2
im pretty sure you can reject it, but in turn they'll probably give you bad rep, then nobody will want to bid on it. you can always put reserves on it, so that would be the minimum someone would be aloud to pay.
#3
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im pretty sure you can reject it, but in turn they'll probably give you bad rep, then nobody will want to bid on it. you can always put reserves on it, so that would be the minimum someone would be aloud to pay.



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paul gilbert's not dead...
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#5
cancel the ad and say you sold it locally. What were you selling?
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paul gilbert's not dead...
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#7
Quote by SunDrop
im pretty sure you can reject it, but in turn they'll probably give you bad rep, then nobody will want to bid on it. you can always put reserves on it, so that would be the minimum someone would be aloud to pay.

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#8
you can set a reserve price that nobody else can see, and if the winning bid isn't as high as the reserve, it won't sell.
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#9
I'm gonna make auctions with a reserve price of £9999999998 so that way nobody will win and get pissed off.
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you can set a reserve price that nobody else can see, and if the winning bid isn't as high as the reserve, it won't sell.



how do I do that?
#11
I think you need a certain score on ebay to be able to add reserves.


Edit :

What you can do is , in your ad you can just state something along the lines of

'I have the right to withdraw/cancel the auction if the right price is not met'
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how do I do that?

it's one of the options when you create a listing, IIRC.
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#13
You are bound to sell the item to the person. Sorry, it's the way ebay works. If you don't, ebay can remove your account. Next time, use a higher starting amount.
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