Sold an item on eBay?

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  • Sold an item on eBay?


Answer #1 | 22/12 2013 20:38
No, if you print out the page showing that you stated it being the box, you can prove the judge that it was a box you sold. hopefully, idk :)
Answer #2 | 22/12 2013 20:41
Nope, you said it was the box, therefor, it's fine. I would take advantage of this. Good job man!
Answer #3 | 22/12 2013 20:48
Others have try to pull lame tricks like that. Unless it has clearly stated it was just the box and not the console, eBay will give the money back to the buyer and may suspend your account. Ebay don't want to become Craigslist and trying to get rid scams like you.
Answer #4 | 22/12 2013 20:49
It depends how you worded it. If it was worded in a way someone could take to mean Xbox with/including Box then you could get in trouble. I think you should have used the word "Empty" Xbox box and been clear it did not include the Xbox device. I don't think you should ship it. I think you should contact them and make sure they are aware it is just the empty box. And hopefully they will agree to quietly mutually cancel the sale via the Ebay mechanism for doing that, and you return the money. It sounds to me like you were aiming to confuse if either of these is true: - you set that high ($400) a Buy It Now for an empty box - multiple people were confused and bid it up that high I think you could face legal charges for scamming = fraud.
Answer #5 | 22/12 2013 21:05
Its one kinds of cheating with the customer
Answer #6 | 22/12 2013 20:54
Yes, you should be concerned. An empty box is a prohibited item as far as eBay is concerned. When your buyer complains, they will be refunded and you will be suspended (or kicked off of eBay permanently). And that refund comes directly from you. Your best (and only solution) is to refund the buyer and apologize.

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