Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by Endeavor, Oct 1, 2016.
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Yea who knows what this sellers end game is in order to get the funds. Either alternative payment or lie to the buyer and try to prolong things until funds hold period ends. Who knows. Maybe the scammer is an idiot that isn't aware of the funds hold lol.
As far as funds go, I have had access to my funds in as little as 10 days from purchase. Yet, I still have funds pending right now 14 days after purchase. He may be using the coin and sham buyers to open new accounts to get his limits raised. Or he may have some bad marks on another account and is trying to boost his account. I would say he has shill buyers and multiple accounts. He probably would sell the coin to an actual buyer.
Typical troll practice. This seller is not real, and does not have the coins listed. And Ebay's reporting procedure doesn't have the flexibility to point this out to them.
It's not that the coin is fake or bad in any way; it's that the seller likely doesn't have possession of it.
OK - thanks for the explanation!!
With ebay protection, you got nothing to lose.
Well at least you spelt "too" perfectly!!
Cause you destroyed "cuase"
Exactly. All the coins this seller has listed were purchased within a month. One was purchased less than a week ago lol. And now they are all listed again as auction with the same photos used by the different original sellers. Scam all the way.
Haha!! Typing too fast!
Does he think he is really gonna get away with it?
Especially on Ebay where they step in and give you your money back? Unless this dude has figured something out to get around Ebay policies!!
He thinks he's going to get away with it.
We discuss "what were they thinking?" all the time here abut stupid bidders buying plain fakes and overgraded coins, but they've no monopoly on stupidity. Plenty of it left for scammers.
Of course, it takes nothing but a little typing to throw up a dozen user accounts with faked auctions, and if even one of them slips through the cracks you get paid.
GO BUCKS! And what a victory!
C'mon, it was Rutgers.
Gotta admit, though, it looks like Urban might have his best team yet here.
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