Collection of comments from eBay users. There thoughts on eBay/PayPal

Here is another random collection of comments gathered up from a UK Daily Mail article on the wonder that is eBay and how it is making people millions from there spare rooms… I really did genuinely struggle to find anyone actually praising eBay in the comments at all, it was like there was no positive comments, I went thru pages looking the ranking system was no help all the highest ranked comments were anti-eBay, so what does that tell you?

Link to the story : www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3170820/How-rake-17million-year-without-leaving-spare-room-eBay-rich-list-ranks-30-Brits-ve-fortunes-site.html#reader-comments

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All the hard work you do you basically working for Ebay hardly making profit & still pay Ebay Fees.

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Another fine example of how eBay allow buyers to cost sellers.

Had these very interesting screenshots sent in, there the feedback pages from a seller who at the time had over 3000 items listed, you will notice a reoccurring theme, mainly items not turning up, yet the buyer signed for them? my favorite is 1 incident where a buyer has opened a case against the seller, lost and then left negative feedback about it, how can eBay allow that? the buyers claim was found to be BS so how come the sellers still suffering for it???

Because there eBay users that’s just what they do.

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Seller actually wins a chargeback dispute (eBay/PayPal user horror story)

Short story about a seller who sells his item, only to have a chargeback done against him by the buyer outside of PayPal/eBay (Visa code 53?) for item not as described, which according to PayPal is not covered under their seller protection. The buyer was able to get the funds reversed apparently on the basis that the seller refused to send a replacement item before they returned the “defective?” item. However in the end the seller actually managed to win the dispute and got his money back from PayPal shows it can be done.

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A users comment on the current state of eBay

I found this comment quite fitting, its a user from a Reddit thread, he describes the current state of eBay quite accurately  :

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The majority of people selling on eBay now seem to be dealing in wholesale of cheap merchandise being shipped out of China and Taiwan. The buyers are mostly just gambling addicts at this point, who rarely pay up but just like the thrill of “winning” an auction.
You can’t even give buyers negative feedback anymore, so the shitty ones have overrun the place.