I tried to sell my husband’s snow tires on eBay. A guy bid on them, won the auction, but now doesn’t want them.
He has 100% good reviews on eBay, so I figured he knows how it works.
He bought tires somewhere else. I told him “that is not how eBay works .”
He responded “O I didn’t know.”
So first of all, I don’t believe him.
But– what I need to think about is, should I give him a bad review–and risk him retaliating? I have 100% good reviews and don’t want him rating me negative!
Should I just let it go and try to sell them somewhere else?
Also, what about the next person that potentially gets into a transaction with him? Don’t they deserve to know he backs out of deals?
What do you think?
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I don’t think he can retaliate. I think that feature was eliminated some time ago. I would report the incident to Ebay and see what they say. Bill Conner
Thanks Bill for your comment!
I would review him honestly. Just say he purchased and then changed his mind. Stay with the facts and then there’s nothing he can say
I would keep it honest and to the facts. I do think if you get a negative comment you have a chance to rebut…
I reported it to eBay. As you said, he cannot leave me a bad comment. Now I still need to sell the tires.
thanks for your comments.
I’m not a business man. I’m just a man of God. From this view point my opinion is to let him go. Maybe he will repent, we don’t know.
I’m sure that God will help you to find better Costumers.
I wish you a nice weekend
Am Do., 12. Dez. 2019 um 22:31 Uhr schrieb SueAnn Porter :
> sueannporter1 posted: “I tried to sell my husband’s snow tires on eBay. A > guy bid on them, won the auction, but now doesn’t want them. He has 100% > good reviews on eBay, so I figured he knows how it works. He bought tires > somewhere else. I told him “that is not how eBay work” >
I did report him. How can he repent if he is not told what he did is wrong?