Hi Collectors. On www.ebay.nl (netherlands) On www.ebay.be (belgium) Dvd Helmut Lotti (het levensverhaal van de Crooners) making of the Crooners. Incl. clip There's a sparkle in your eyes..With Hayley Westenra. starting bids EURO.0,99 Greetz JOYCE.
Yes,Comet that happens to me twice, but it is more than 6 months ago.At that moment, lost the bidding, i was thinking the winner was the lucky one, but afterward, i thought the winner was pushing the price up ?? When an offer was made to buy the item, i refused!! Sometimes a seller, has more of the same items to sell, so he tries to get the highest price!!! I think it is not fair to push the price up(against E bay policy), and i will never accept,a second change for buying an item, i did not win with bidding. greetz JOYCE.
Second Chance offers are perfectly legal providing they follow the Ebay rules.
Why should you not be prepared to pay your maximum bid? After all, it is an amount you have already considered that you are prepared to pay for an item. The idea is not to show your 'top hand' too early.
I have had second chance offers work in my favour two out of three times!
The latest one, which I am a bit miffed about, concerned a Japanese mini poster (we would call it a flyer) I accepted a second chance offer and now see that a third poster is in the auction with a starting price of £0.99!! Now I don't think that is right at all!
I won't be bidding on this item as I have ehhh....one or two of them already (E hum ) There is a good chance this item will go for less than a fiver so give it a go. Sometimes you get lucky, I have had similar items for 2 or 3 quid, the postage is often the dearest part of the deal.
comet the Promo on E bay addict
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I forget to pray for the Angels
and then the Angels forget to pray for us. " ......Leonard Cohen