Las pokemon cards they continue to be a highly desirable product for collectors, who are capable of dropping an enormous amount of money on some of the rarest and rarest.
Today we have received news in which a buyer of eBay You have seen a seller cancel an order in an auction that you won. This user is asking eBay that the seller be persecuted and punished, who has kept his product, earned legally.
Via redditthe user Worldeaters has posted a series of screenshots showing what has happened to it. The letter, valued at 54 dollars and apparently in good condition, it was put up for auction on eBay and the bid was won by him. However, a few hours later, he received an email indicating that the product “is out of stock or the item is damaged.”
After speaking with the seller, he indicated that he had indeed canceled the order, since he had been told that the item was poorly advertised and that it would be put up for sale again a few hours later. Yet eBay does not seem to be taking action on the matter in this type of case, where auctions are played with to obtain a higher price than it should, but if the seller does not consider that the bid is the most economically profitable, he cancels the order to try again.
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