on 07-29-2015 05:53 PM
on 08-02-2015 07:17 AM
If the vehicle is listed in the classified section then the sale cannot take place on ebay google classified listing on ebay.com.au
This is where sellers somtimes get confused. However you are right it is a listing violation to insist that the buyer pays the fees. In reality the buyer always pays the fees as astute sellers build it into the final price they just do not brag and tell the buyers.
How it works
You can advertise on eBay just as you'd use a traditional classified ad. You state a price, the buyer contacts you, and you handle the transaction personally. You can also add Best Offer to your Classified Ad in some categories.
Classified Ads run for 28 days.
08-07-2015 09:41 AM - edited 08-07-2015 09:43 AM
Well, after reporting the listing via both the reporting avenue on the listing and a phone call, Ebay have chosen to let it go on. Not sure why on earth they are letting this person get away with it but hey, if they want to lose money on it, I'm happy now to let them. It does however seem that not all rules are the same for everyone now.