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nickndfl

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They could have done better themselves. Sounds like it was poorly advertised.
 

Krag

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I looked at the fine print: 18% buyers fee added to final price. Plus you get to pick up or probably get hosed on that, too. $20 gold sold for $1,200 then add the 18% = $1,416.
Yes, buyers take the brunt. Interesting you look at the sellers past and all his items are 30 to 80 bucks but now he is selling high dollar items. Almost like someone got ahold of his account and fenced off a bunch of either stolen or fake items. But then again he has been selling since December the high dollar items yet nothing in the comments. Very strange.

I don't know why ebay allows this with contractual obligations within ebay bypassed by this company which has lots of add ons to the sale price.
 

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Looks like buy backs. Only one bid per item. Probably had to sell via eBay so they bought it back instead of taking a real bath on the loss. IMHO this is a eBay experiment gone wrong.