The listings for two items finished on 28th May, I sent the invoice that same hour. 4th June still no payment, so I send another invoice asking if they still want the item if not then please let me know so that I can relist. I realise that they could have been away for half term but surely the schools are back now. I was going to email them again on 11th June which would then have been two weeks since the auction ended. Can I then relist or is there some sort of other procedure that I need to go through ?
No your not, i had one last week, they did contact me several times saying they would pay wed, wed came and they sent another message saying 'i will pay next wed' , i said 'no' and i relisted. Sellers have 7 days to pay, if they dont pay in thet time then you are in your rights to re-list or offer to the next bidder.
I sold about 12 things recently and had two non payers. I looked at the threads on here, opened cases etc and had no contact from either one of them at all! Is this common? Do they get any sanction from Ebay? It's a bit annoying that you can't leave feedback flagging up a non payer I think.
If you repport them then they will get a 'unpaid item strike', if they get 3 strikes (i think) they are no longger allowed to buy/sell on e-bay (although they can set up another account), it anoys me that people do this, why bother bidding if your not going to pay? I t happens to me a lot and often its bidders with not much feedback.
Thanks it's good to know at least they get a strike. It is really annoying, why not just send a quick message saying they don't want it any more? If I relist my items can I prevent these people from bidding again?
Yes, there is a way of blocking them from bidding again (i think you can block them from bidding on any of your items), not sure how you do it though as i havn't done it for a while (e-bay keep changng things).
No I haven't, can you do a template for when you list ? Or do I have to do it through Turbo lister. bit bizarre I have just checked out the Feedback on one of them, he has 100% but there are 10 feedbacks from the same seller for the same item all made within a 48 hour time span saying what a good payer he is !
The other buyer also has lots of positive feedback for being a quick payer. I think I will give them until this Sat which will be two weeks since they won the items. Then I will send them an email saying that I will have to report them for being a non payer so that I can claim my listing fees etc back.
Hi the two nonpayers that I sent to a dispute well their time to reply is up tomorrow. Am I right I in thinking that I just close the dispute and it is all over and done with and I can relist the items ?