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Need to pick up some wire in the next week and went to your site and noticed i have to buy through an ebay store.... why is this? Is there a way around it? I don't like ebay and don't like to use it they always hit me with random charges. Can we do direct buy through you guys instead?

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what extra charge? never payd more than the item cost..

and i have bought alot
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what extra charge? never payd more than the item cost..

and i have bought alot
i dont know i will sign on after months of not using it and they will say i owe them X amount of dollars but wont say why and i cant use my account until i pay it.
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See. doesn't tell me why i owe it though.


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do you sell things on ebay?
sry for spamming your thread ,
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Need to pick up some wire in the next week and went to your site and noticed i have to buy through an ebay store.... why is this? Is there a way around it? I don't like ebay and don't like to use it they always hit me with random charges. Can we do direct buy through you guys instead?

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I like the ease of buying through ebay.



ebay doesn't charge fees.... unless you sell something. those fees are your responsibility to pay.
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ebay doesn't charge fees.... unless you sell something. those fees are your responsibility to pay.
i sold a few things, but ebay took money from me upfront, so why do i owe them more?
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Did you sell stuff where it charged you for listing? I remember back when they did not offer free listing fees. Sometimes it still charges you though. Every time I try to re-list or list from my ipod, the listing fees show up. But not on the computer.

Also if you are over your monthly selling limit, it will charge you extra I think. And you don't even have to have stuff sold. It could just be a total of $500 for sale and you will still have met the limits...
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i sold a few things, but ebay took money from me upfront, so why do i owe them more?[/QUOTE]

If you had some items that sold, eBay charges a final value fee based on the selling amount, in addition to any listing or insertion fees charged. This is usually billed to you at the end of each month.
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