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EBAY Question...

(4 Posts)
Doobydoo Thu 02-Dec-10 17:36:50

Halooo
Could do with advice if poss.
Does anyone know if it is possible for a seller to escalate an issue.The buyer has ansd a stalemate has been reached.to speed things up can I go about taking prob to ebay escalation as I cannot see how to do it if I can!

solo Thu 02-Dec-10 22:53:58

I don't understand the question tbh, so...bump in case someone else does.

PDR Fri 03-Dec-10 11:40:01

Isn't there a time-frame that you have to sort it out amongst yourselves before ebay get involved?

Also not really sure what you're asking!

Doobydoo Fri 03-Dec-10 12:02:14

grin...thanks for replies.As a seller I want to escalate prob to ebay.But it dosen't matter will just have to let it run it's course.

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