#4
" eBay has changed how bid history information is displayed for higher-priced items. To help keep the eBay community safe, enhance bidder privacy, and protect our members from fraudulent emails, only you and the seller of the item can view your User ID in bid history. Other members will see anonymous names."

from eBay. Duh.
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#5
Oh...
BUT all the bidders exept one are all new to ebay. Coincidence? maybe this is why the seller decided to keep the bidders confidential...
#6
eBay has changed how bid history information is displayed for higher-priced items. To help keep the eBay community safe, enhance bidder privacy, and protect our members from fraudulent emails, only you and the seller of the item can view your User ID in bid history. Other members will see anonymous names.

Thats what it says on the actual page, I dont see how it helps security really though.
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#7
Quote by Unnamed Heroes
eBay has changed how bid history information is displayed for higher-priced items. To help keep the eBay community safe, enhance bidder privacy, and protect our members from fraudulent emails, only you and the seller of the item can view your User ID in bid history. Other members will see anonymous names.

Thats what it says on the actual page, I dont see how it helps security really though.



This item will not be high priced. Id be surprised if a legitimate bidder bids £50+.
#8
Quote by Magnum0
Oh...
BUT all the bidders exept one are all new to ebay. Coincidence? maybe this is why the seller decided to keep the bidders confidential...


how can you tell the bidders are now to eBay?

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#9
Quote by EMGs_rule
how can you tell the bidders are now to eBay?


The icon next to each bidder. (a yellow glowing figure, less than 30 days old as a member)
#10
only one of them is new to ebay, Bidder 3, maybe he just joined or maybe just for the cymbals

edit: he has actually bid on a lot of drum stuff


edit: i have concluded that he is just an ebay-holic, look at his bid list

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#11
It really doesn't matter if its the same person or not. You bid what your willing to spend, if you win you win. If not, you didn't want to pay that much.
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1. Grab sticks.
2. Bang sticks on drums.


^how to play drums.


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#12
woah woah woah

there is ONE guy who just happens to be a new bidder.

you clearly dont understand the system

better go the music shop and buy it all new. good advice that.