How I remove bid from Ebay?

Discussion in 'Transformers Toy Discussion' started by XSolidxVenomX, Aug 16, 2011.

  1. XSolidxVenomX

    XSolidxVenomX I'm not log anymore

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  2. Megatron31

    Megatron31 I Belong to Nobody! TFW2005 Supporter

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    i wouldnt sweat that 2 much at .99 someone is bound to outbid you
     
  3. Mark94

    Mark94 Well-Known Member

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    I don't think you can retract a bid when the auction has less than 24 hours until close.

    Unfortunately you may win the auction but at least it wouldn't be for a lot of money...
     
  4. TheGamesEnd

    TheGamesEnd Well-Known Member

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    how do you "accidently" bid..you have to click confirm like 3 times...i hate when people say that. BE SURE FROM NOW ON!
     
  5. CURAMEN

    CURAMEN LOS ANGELES COLLECTIVE

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  6. exomega255

    exomega255 Emerald Green

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    There is a way to retract bid. But it is not encouraged. Are you SURE you "accidently" clicked all those times it asks you "are you sure you wanna bid this amount?"

    While it shows 99 cents, guys, his max bid can be way higher than that. Biding, according to ebay, is suppose to be a legally binding action, iirc.

    I hope it is not because you found a better deal then you decide to ditch this. Because that's not the agreement you signed on when you bid.
     
  7. iron maniac

    iron maniac Help Uncle Sixshot, Help!

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    It wasn't an "accident" then. I personally think that's not a very good reason to retract a bid but to each his own I guess.
    Research before you bid next time.
     
  8. Sioce

    Sioce Radicon in training

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    Let's all be dicks to the guy who changed his mind.

    Seriously children, grow up.
     
  9. UnicronFTW

    UnicronFTW Don't blink.

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    Still should have done research on the figures before he bid on them.
     
  10. Karhukjnsi

    Karhukjnsi Universal Wrestler

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    Changed his mind after accepting a legally binding contract.
     
  11. doctajones428

    doctajones428 Well-Known Member

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    For a whole 99 cents. I'm not sure why everyone is being a hard ass on him
     
  12. Lazerwave

    Lazerwave My Most Prized Treasure

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    When I bid for something, when I change my mind, I sometimes let it sit until someone else bids for it. Even if I do win I tell the seller to cancel my purchase.
     
  13. Methusalen

    Methusalen Not good enough for G1!

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    It's a shame, those two were the only two Star Wars figures I kept (though I never owned the Death Star)...
     
  14. TrueNomadSkies

    TrueNomadSkies Airachnid's ratservant

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    Why doesn't he just advertise the listing on here? That way, there'll be a better chance of somebody outbidding him.
     
  15. iron maniac

    iron maniac Help Uncle Sixshot, Help!

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    If you want to argue the morality of what he did, then I guess we will have to agree to disagree. That's what adults do. YOU grow up.
     
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    Red Alert Security

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  17. Obsidian X

    Obsidian X Dork of the moon

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    Be sure you want the item before bidding. Its not ok to claim you made a mistake after bidding just because you changed your mind.
    I have changed my mind/found a better deal after bidding a few times.
    I played by the rules and waited it out, hoping someone would outbid me. The times that didn't happen, I paid up like I was legally and morally obliged to do.

    Well he should be sure to make up his mind BEFORE bidding. Besides no one was that much of a dick imo.
     

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