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Old 06-03-2018, 03:45 PM
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Default 369 retractions

LOL

https://offer.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI....m=382480082083

The top bidder only has 6, so I guess all things equal it's a clean auction.

https://offer.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI....m=382480082083
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His number of bid retractions is close to his aggregate feedback. That is impressive.
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I saw a bidder several months ago that had over 2000 retractions.
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Edit to add: He is down to a little over 1700 in the last 6 months.

https://offer.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI....m=362003079239

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Just a indecisive ebayer ! Nothing to see here hahahah
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I once complained to eBay about someone who was retracting their bids at my auctions. They told me that eBay watches these bidders and will take action against them if they have repeated retractions.

So, don't worry, eBay will take care of this person who has 369 retractions.
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I saw a bidder several months ago that had over 2000 retractions.
James

Edit to add: He is down to a little over 1700 in the last 6 months.

https://offer.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI....m=362003079239

That is utterly ridiculous. I'd say Ebay should be ashamed, if they had any shame to begin with.
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Isn't the seller an advertiser here?
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In 19 years of bidding on Ebay I have retracted exactly ZREO bids!
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LOL

https://offer.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI....m=382480082083

The top bidder only has 6, so I guess all things equal it's a clean auction.

https://offer.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI....m=382480082083
There's an episode of Curb Your Enthusiasm with Michael J Fox that could explain that as well.
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Wonder if any eBay auction company would block his bidding based on all his retractions?
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Now 377.
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Wonder if any eBay auction company would block his bidding based on all his retractions?
YES, is the answer to this question. Following the publishing of this thread, it appears that this bidder retracted bid(s) on our '63 Maris PSA 7. Based on the large number of bid retractions from this bidder, we have blocked him from bidding with us.

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YES, is the answer to this question. Following the publishing of this thread, it appears that this bidder retracted bid(s) on our '63 Maris PSA 7. Based on the large number of bid retractions from this bidder, we have blocked him from bidding with us.

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I wish ebay would be as proactive . I hear they are having meetings about it so we have that going for us.
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eBay wants to be the next Amazon, so they don't care about bid retractions, because they would rather you list it as a BIN than an auction.

Doing nothing about bidders who retract lead you to posting more BINs out of frustration. They win.
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YES, is the answer to this question. Following the publishing of this thread, it appears that this bidder retracted bid(s) on our '63 Maris PSA 7. Based on the large number of bid retractions from this bidder, we have blocked him from bidding with us.

Thanks for the heads up.

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Could you reveal the ID of this serial retractor so that others can block him?
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Curious if the blocked bidder might be the consignor of some of the cards pulled from auction. Poetic justice to an extent
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Old 06-05-2018, 08:27 PM
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Could you reveal the ID of this serial retractor so that others can block him?
No.
Peter, you know we cannot list ebay ID's on public forums without possible backlash. If others want to block bidders with bid retractions, they can do so on their own accord.
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