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11-29-2007, 05:39 AM   #16
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QuoteOriginally posted by Frogroast Quote
I notice it as I scroll through my searches looknig for items I am interested in purchasing. If I see something that certainly looks absurd, I report it.

Has it gotten me anywhere? Honestly, I don't know - I never buy items with absurd shipping - but all I get from e-bay is the canned response, telling me to buy safely, don't do this, don't do that... Hate it but I can only imagine they get thousands of reports a day. But I can't just let it go...
Exactly what I used to do but I gave up for the same reason. EB wants to be seen as doing something but they don't.

Like I said, if we don't like it, too bad.

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3.000 Euros for a K10d body? hahahaha!

Here is a new one.... this one is running totally out of the ordinary. The high bidders both do not have a great feedback reputation.

Check this out!

I guess this will not make it any better...

The seller will not be happy about this. Will he be charged with a percentage of the final price?

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hopefully it's not someone here but 251usd is just a little more than expected.. seller has a big grin on their face i'm sure..
i just picked one up this week for 60delivered..

oh,, all i can say about shipping fees is the more you get, the less eekbay gets.. I've used it before as a kind of reserve.. of course they get it again when you use PPal..

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