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    You have to go through with it. You can withdraw bids but only up until the last 24 hours. Someone once bought something off me for 99cents plus $1 post, then emailed saying she didn't want it anymore. I emailed saying if she doesn't pay I will be out of pocket for the listing fee etc, but she still refused to pay. I never bothered with the unpaid items thing but for a larger item I would. If you email her you might be able to work something out. If she thinks she could get more for it she might be happy for you to back out and relist it

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    Is it anywhere near me Avany?

    I might be able to pick it up and hold it for you if its in my town?

    Slavos will pick up for free...ring around a few couriers and u might find one for a reasonable price! Actually look on Ebay...I have seen people advertise to pick up furniture for you and deliver it to your house!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miss_N View Post
    Slavos


    Thanks I'm going to call a courier. Unfortunately it's south.

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    How can you contact the seller?

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    You won it, you pay for it. It's not the seller's problem that you changed your mind.

    As for thinking about asking if they can hold it for a few months - I really hope that's a joke, otherwise you've got a nerve !!!

    Next time, read all the info and think about it before you place a bid.

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    Lol someone woke up on the wrong side of bed this morning.

    Avany, go to the item, at the right there is a contact seller link (near their name)

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    Quote Originally Posted by daniellekate View Post
    You won it, you pay for it. It's not the seller's problem that you changed your mind.

    As for thinking about asking if they can hold it for a few months - I really hope that's a joke, otherwise you've got a nerve !!!

    Next time, read all the info and think about it before you place a bid.
    Wow! Way to be supportive! The OP has CLEARLY identified her actions as accidental! Do you NEVER make mistakes? This is obviously her first time using Ebay!

    Avany - at my typo! Didnt even realise! The SALVOS will also pick it up for free!

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    I noticed the Slavos thing. Well, we all know what you think about charities, now!

    As far as admonishing the OP, for goodness sake - it's only $23. It's not the OP killed the seller's kitten. She's expressed an intention that she will try and do the right thing.

    I'm sure they'll work something out between them, as most reasonable people would.


 

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