Ebay - you want how much for it???

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Another for the 'You must be joking!' award with The Art Of War Vol 2
I started to say something sensible but my parents took over my brain!

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colcool007 wrote:Another for the 'You must be joking!' award with The Art Of War Vol 2
The seller has some weird prices for some of his books. He must think that there's method in his madness!

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He's using an automated listing service for his items, he's probably just scanning barcodes, its screwed somewhere setting the prices.

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he has actually sold a few books at stupid prices too though
https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Political-Di ... SwBOtY-Hnm

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this is for 14 beano comics from 1995 !!!!!
https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Original-Bea ... SwF25bEQUx

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judomole wrote:this is for 14 beano comics from 1995 !!!!!
https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Original-Bea ... SwF25bEQUx

:shock: :shock: :o

To that seller: lotsa luck :twisted:

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At least she is honest saying she wants to go disneyland but i really wish there was a way you could put a laughing emoji on ebay posts :lol:

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big bad bri wrote:At least she is honest saying she wants to go disneyland but i really wish there was a way you could put a laughing emoji on ebay posts :lol:
I'd be using that a lot!

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Adam Eterno wrote:
big bad bri wrote:At least she is honest saying she wants to go disneyland but i really wish there was a way you could put a laughing emoji on ebay posts :lol:
I'd be using that a lot!
me too :lol:

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world of books is usually ok with prices but £183 for a Dan Dare red moon mystery book is a joke
https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Classic-Dan- ... Swj-BbFtfR

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big bad bri wrote:world of books is usually ok with prices but £183 for a Dan Dare red moon mystery book is a joke
https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Classic-Dan- ... Swj-BbFtfR
do they read your comments :?:
down to £20 now :wink:

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The first Whoopee! Annual for £60? I'll give it a miss, thanks. :shock:

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/WHOOPEE-ANNU ... SwBiBau6sP

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Ebay keeps adding "accept offers" to my listings which is irritating as I have to keep revising my items. Most of the time I remove them during the listing but they also decided to resist my unsold items without my asking and adding accept offers on those items. How do I permanently disable Accept Offers?

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blaing wrote:The first Whoopee! Annual for £60? I'll give it a miss, thanks. :shock:

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/WHOOPEE-ANNU ... SwBiBau6sP
its gone down now to just over 2 quid they must have read your post :lol:

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big bad bri wrote: its gone down now to just over 2 quid they must have read your post :lol:
It's a possibility. :wink: :lol:

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