Re: 2 axis shopping question?
- From: Matt Stawicki <stawickiREMOVE@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 30 Nov 2006 17:54:32 GMT
On Thu, 30 Nov 2006 17:42:04 GMT, Matt Stawicki
On Thu, 30 Nov 2006 04:43:35 GMT, Gunner <gunnerNOSPAM@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
On Thu, 30 Nov 2006 00:16:51 GMT, Matt Stawicki
On Wed, 29 Nov 2006 22:57:03 GMT, Will
at the time.
This was just re-listed on E-bay
The bidding got up to $2025.00 back on Oct. 27th, but apparently
didn't meet the reserve. The seller got a little carried away with the
paint. Looks like he painted a few parts that shouldn't have been
painted, and he has no clue how to mask & paper to avoid overspray.
Major red flag, IMO. Might not be worth any more than what was bid on
it last time.
WOW... some return for a couple a bucks of paint.
Bidding is now up to $ 7,900.00
Looks like he bid until he met the reserve. LOL! New member (signed up
yesterday), learning how e-bay works - the hard way.
Or a shill
That's possible, But like I said in my response to Dan, if procesos101
knew the reserve and was trying to run the bidding up, I doubt he
would have bid every 12 seconds until he met the reserve.
Or, maybe smonros bid a max of $7800 and procesos101 kept bidding
until he beat him. E-bay doesn't show proxy bids in the bidding
history list, and I didn't see the bidding take place, so I don't
really know. But if that's the case, they're both stupid.
Looks like the E-bay Rookie, procesos101, must have been trying to
find out what the reserve was, by bidding until he met it. I'll bet he
shit his pants when he realized he had hung himself for $7800!!! on a
POS. That must have been a pretty hilarious e-mail exchange to get
the seller to remove his bids!
All of his bids have been removed and the bidding is back down to