E -bay, paisa pay are making fool to Indian Customers.. they alwayz stop the payment of the seller.. and show your payment is on hold.. When we call them then their executives doesn't have answer. I had Seller account with them, they put my account on hold without any reason. I donot know what they are doing online...
I have been a member on Ebay for ten+ years. I've bought as well as sold, having only two issues in all those years. I sold a baby book that the purchaser changed their mind on. I gave them a return, however, upon receiving the book back, it was ruined. It looked like it had been sitting in the rain (possibly on their porch). I contacted Ebay and was told I had to return the money since their was no proof the book looked like that when the buyer received it (the buyer said in feedback that it was received in great condition). I refused and Ebay took the money anyway. I did not sell again for over a year. Last week I sold a couple of pairs of jeans that were non refundable (didn't want to deal with wrong size issues). She wanted a return and opened a case, stating they were not what she ordered. I called Ebay and they said I did not have to give her a return, their were photos and descriptions and I stated no returns. Ebay gave the buyer my phone number, who then left nasty messages on my answering machine. I called her back and told her I would give her a refund upon receiving the jeans back but would not pay for her return shipping. She said ok. I never received the jeans back and the case was escalated by the buyer, saying their were stains on the jeans (this was well over a week later). Ebay issued a refund and I never got the jeans back. I immediately closed my account which according to them, will take 180 days. They have also made it to where you can only leave positive feedback for buyers. If you sell on Ebay, you put your Paypal acct at risk. They will take the money oout, even if you do not agree. They will also give your contact information out without your consent as was done to me.
I was an ebay seller for a year. I received alot ofpositive feedback, 1 neutral and 1 negative feedback. Ebay suspended my account all of sudden, because i broke their policy. Which one, I still do not know. I was tired of giving them all my profits anyway. I guess they checked my paypal account and found out that I used it to purchase items from China. Why should thisbe a problem, when the majority of ebay sellers are in china. Do they think Chineese sellers import goods from USA to resell? I guess ebay is run by an Asian.
Yes, read it and laugh all you want. I hadn’t used EBay for about 2 years and wasn’t aware of how things were working and was in a hurry to get my cash.
Here goes the story. Right.
I’m saving up to build my own computer, so I decided to start selling a few things on eBay.
To start with, my PSP. I put it up on EBay for $350 Buy it Now on Wednesday night. On Thursday morning, I woke up and it had sold. I was happy.
Someone in the US had bought it, and he emailed me his postage address and wanting to know the total price including postage. I emailed him that since it was meant to be posted to Australia only, I would go to the post office and find the costs to the US. So, on Wednesday I go to the Post Office and get the prices. $71.50 for Standard Air Mail, $89.50 for Express Courier and $40.85 for Sea Mail (you can’t send lithium batteries by air).
I emailed him that night (Thursday night) once I got home telling him of the options and the total prices.
I wake up on Friday morning and check my emails. He sent me another email telling me that he wanted the PSP shipped to his friend who is a missionary in Nigeria. I was fine with this, and he told me the prices of postage from the Aus Post website. I was fine with the prices.
Since I had not used PayPal or EBay for about 2 years, I was un-aware of how they worked now. I got an email, which I thought was from PayPal that morning, saying I had an Instant Payment from him and the money would be debited into my account once I had shipped the item and sent the so called ‘PayPal’ the shipment tracking number.
So on Friday, I go to the post office and send it off to the provided address in Nigeria by Sea Mail for around $45.
I get home, and send “PayPal” the shipment tracking number to receive my payment. So called “PayPal” said I would have my money in my account in 24 hours.
On Friday night, I get an email from EBay saying that his account had been hacked and that the listing had been removed. They said not to continue with the transaction.
Then a fake email from EBay came through saying it was OK to go through with the transaction.
I then studied the previous emails I got from so called “PayPal” and discovered they where phony email addresses. [protected]@accountant.com but the name was [protected]@paypal.com, so in my hurried state I thought it was all fine.
I e-mailed PayPal, EBay and advised them of the phony emails.
EBay gladly refunded the $3.69 Listing Fee. Oh joy.
PayPal said they would look into it.
Anyway, on Saturday morning I hurry to the post office to cancel the package.
I get there and asked if I could stop it. They say “Oh sorry, it has already been sent and there is no way we can stop it”. I was like are you serious?
I’ve written up a report and have sent it to the QLD Police, and will soon send it to the Australian Federal Police.
It just disappoints me how people can do this.
I presumed that it was how PayPal worked now (having to send the tracking number for the payment to come through) since I hadn’t used it for so long.
These Nigerians are losers, ###s and people with no lives. It disgusts me.
I’m really pissed off as now my parents now need to help pay for my computer.
Any suggestions on what to do?
This is luxwear ebay seller is big scam.all the Hermes Bag in luxwear's store and website are fake. luxwear get the hermes bag all from china.
luxwear has been cheating one me with 3 Birkin bags.
I recently traveled to HK, and there are many second designer bag store, I went into the one located in Kowloon with carrying my birkin bought from luxwear. I asked the owner if they sell their bags on ebay, the said no, cause 90% hermes on ebay are fake. I was shocked as soon as she said that, then I showed her my birkin i bought from luxwear, she said sorry I wouldn't sell your birkin in my store.i keep asking her, is that means this is a fake bag, she said if I were you I would return it.
I spent almost 40K on these 3 birkin, now everytime when I looked at them I am very upset. I wanna know whoever bought birkin from luxwear seller. lets get our money back.
I had purchased Epson home projector from ebay India with my id nani52k from seller 12c world and paid amount of Rs. 82450 on 1st of Jan 2011. Paisa Pay ID : [protected]. They informed that the product will reach me by 22nd Jan 2011 but I did not received in time. I got the product on 24th Jan. When I opened the product there was no lamp inside the projector. I had complained this to ebay and the seller gave me a message that he will take care and ebay will solve my problem. From then I was sending messages to the seller but no response. I requested the seller to send my original lamp but he did not respond. I had put a claim regarding this to ebay. Almost 20days passed and on 13 the Feb, the claim adjuster told me to send the product back. I had gone to Blue Dart and DTDC courier person to send it back to the seller. They asked the tin number of the seller to send the item. So I informed this to ebay that I want tin number but they have not given. After 3 days the ebay sent me mail stating the claim was closed as I did not return the product back. How can I send the product back without tin number of the seller? I asked them for my original lamp or repayment of the cost of my lamp. But ebay did not keep the commitment of paisa pay protection and cheated me. I want the company to provide my lamp or repay the cost of the lamp.
cheating by seller and claim adjuster ebay
View Case: Claim submitted
Item: GEB - [protected] - Epson home cinema 8350 HC 8350 HC8 ( [protected]) View purchased item - opens in a new window or tab
Transaction end: 01-Jan-2011
Seller: Seller name: i2cworld_inc3
Case type: Significantly not as described
Case status: Claim submitted
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nani52k 01-Feb-2011 at 12:06:16 IST
after almost 7-8 mails seller did nor responded tomail he send me one mail i issue will be
resolved with ebay please look into i wasted almost rs 81450. this is first time in ebay i am facing
such type of problem .please reimburse my amount imm its more than one month i had paid for this item
eBay Note: Within 7 days, eBay will email you with further claim instructions.
nani52k 31-Jan-2011 at 20:46:58 IST
please try to undustand my problem i had paid for this item one month before and the item
is dead useless with out orinal lamp with housing please send me the orginal lamp with housing which
i enquired in india we will not get here as this model is not available in india .it will be very
thank full if u send my corrct item or please refung my amount .this never happned to me this was
frttime in ebay
nani52k 29-Jan-2011 at 10:40:31 IST
waiting for ur reply the item which u send was not working as lamp was removed and send so
please send the item which works ie with new lamp or refund my amount it almost one month i had paid
for the item please resond and do need full imm thank u
nani52k 25-Jan-2011 at 17:21:54 IST
i contacted the ebay they said that my problem will be solved with u .please try to undustand
my problem and solve my issue
nani52k 25-Jan-2011 at 17:20:45 IST
i contacted the ebay they said that my problem will be solved with u .please try to undustand
my problem and solve my issue
i2cworld_inc3 25-Jan-2011 at 15:53:08 IST
Please contact ebay customer service on toll free number [protected] they will
help you out to resolve your issue.
Thanks & regards,
nani52k 24-Jan-2011 at 20:59:15 IST
Item Significantly Not As Described: GEB - [protected] - Epson home cinema 8350 HC 8350 HC8 (#[protected])
Payment Method: PaisaPay
Payment Date: 01-Jan-2011
Additional Details: i had paid for this item on 1ST of jan and must delivered before 22 nd jan but i got it on 24 th with
no reply to my mails by seller these many days when i try to contact and now when i open the projector
there is no lamp inside the unit. the seller had romoved the lamp and shipped the item to me the
projecter will not work with out lamp . the lamp in side projector cost arround 20000 in india .i
want the seller to send my lamp imm or refund the cost of lamp to me imm
we ar looking into the matter. Please have patience.
Original Message Follows:
waiting for ur reply
On Mon, Feb 7, 2011 at 1:01 PM, nani kri <[protected]@gmail.com> wrote:
HI SIR I HAD PAID FOR THIS ITEM ON IST AND AND ITS ALMOST 40DAYS PLEASE
SOLVE MY ISSUE AS PRIORTY BASIS AND ITS AMOST 15 DAYS I HAD CLAIM OF
THIS ITEM, THIS IS FRT TIME I AM FACING WITH EBAY AND U ALSO DID NOT
TAKE ANY RESPONCE AS IT IS PROTECTED BY EBAY AND PAISA PAY U TAKE IMM
ACTION AND SOLVE MY ISSUE
WAITING FOR UR REPLY
On Mon, Feb 7, 2011 at 12:34 PM, nani kri <[protected]@gmail.com> wrote:
this regarding the item ie tube of epson 8350 with housing the orginal
lamp from epson company in us cost is arroung $ 399 dollers coustums for
lamp in india item is $100 and shipping is another $100 approcimate
total cost of missing item when reached to india will be arroung $ 600
dollers .In indian rupess it will app rs 30000. INSITE OF THIS IT WILL
NOT BE ORIGINAL .BECAUSE THE FRT LAMP WHICH WILL BE GET IN THE PROJECTOT
WILL WORK FOR 4000 HOURS AND REPLACEMENT LAMPS WILL NOT WORK AS GOOD AS
THAT THE LAMP U PURCHASE FROM US WILL NOT BE GRANTEED .SO ITS ALMOST
LOSE TO ME AND WASTE OF MONEY AND TIME SOPLEASE LOOK INTO IT.
On Mon, Feb 7, 2011 at 11:41 AM, eBay India Customer Support - insppp
This is with regards to regards to Claim # 41829 file by you against
Seller ID: i2cworld_inc3 for Item # [protected] ( GEB - [protected] -
Epson home cinema 8350 HC 8350 HC8 ).
As I have noticed that you have received the item however you have not
received the Lamp which was the part of the listing and because of which
now item is not useable. I would like to inform you that I am following
up with your seller I2C and also with the International seller for your
As this may take certain time to get the resolution. Hence I would
request you to have a patience and to co-operate with us in this matter.
Once I hear the feedback I will call you and update with the status. In
a meanwhile I would request you to get back to us with the market price
of the missing item. So that I can also convey the same information to
Thank you for your time.
eBay Inc. Headquarters
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eBay provides Buyer Protection Fraud in favor seller who keep pay eBay listing fees and PayPal transaction fees that rejected my 79.99 refund request since buyer pay nothng to eBay. PayPal - www.paypal.com is an eBay company.
I did not receive an $79.99 order includes shipping fees that order from a Hong Kong seller though eBay and made payment to Paypal on December 24th 2010.
eBay kept sending the same message that provided from Hong Kong seller who claimed they mailed this order on December 30th 2010 while Paypal transferred 79.99 to Hong Kong on December 29th 2010 and item arrived in New York on Jaunary 8th 2011.
eBay Buyer Protection vs meritline.com and 6Ave.com
I got resnt item from 6 Ave within 3 days after I claimed that I did not receive my order around one years ago. I got my full refund from meritline.com within one day around three months ago. The reason I asked refund beause the item shipped from Hong Kong and I dont want to keep waiting for the other month.
eBay so call Buyer Protection nothing but fraud in favor of seller who keep pay eBay listing fees and PayPal transaction fees.
Never ever care buyer interest.
PS: I deal with meritline.com alreay more than 100 times. A lot of Meritline.com orders are direct shipping from Hong Kong and receive in 3-4 weeks in general.
ebay does not protect buyers from fraudulent sellers. A verifiable address is not required to do business, so it is impossible to locate these scammers who simply pull up stakes when they are finished stealing from the public. Hong Kong is a huge source of scams. Asian sellers flood the site with defective electronics. By the time you receive your item and the item stops working, it will work for a couple of weeks and then fail (the most common scenario) your window of intervention by ebay-45 days -is closed and you get a nice apologetic letter that they cannot help you. You are told to contact the scammer, good luck with that since his site is no longer online. there is no address registered with ebay or on your purchase. You can contact the FBI or a detective-of course they will drop everything and assist you with your $20.00 purchase or even your $200 purchase on ebay.
If you must shop on ebay-do not buy electronics from Hong Kong-especially when you see long lists of products such as MP3s, iPhones, or any popular gadget that has a tempting price. This is a warning sign. the Asian markets are huge knock-off markets. With electronics, unlike a pocketbook or shoes that you can still wear, your product will not work. do not agree to pay or send a check or money order or your bank information directly to the seller. A seller wanted me to pay outside the normal channels for some fictitious reason. I notified ebay who did nothing about this illegal request by the buyer that violated ebay's own rules.
Do not purchase anything where the seller tells you that there are too many items to be described and shows you a picture instead. I was scammed when a seller stated that he had 100 DVDs of current titles and there were just too many titles to list separately. He put up a photo of different DVDs. Also, set a price on what you feel is reasonable to avoid having a scammer have a third party run the price up. Emotional bidding is expensive. Be suspect when an opposing bidder is going neck to neck with you on an item. Look for an address before you buy and if you are spending a lot of money contact that seIler first to see if you get a good address and write it down for safekeeping in case of a scam later. You might want to write down all addresses before you send money off because ebay will not help you. I wrote down all info because thieves pull their info from the site. Ebay should not let sellers close their sites down without archiving the info.
Finally, when you get scammed, inform the world of the identity and ebay info of the thief. Most crooks operate via a pattern and you might help catch the crook after he tries to scam someone else one too many times. I am not talking about a legitimate dispute or misunderstanding but a clear undeniable rip-off. In the end you are taking a chance on ebay-the stomping ground of crooks, Amazon is a better place to buy.
The dog shown in the last two pictures is mine. I do not know this individual and have never given permission for him to use my dog's photos to help promote their stud dog. They are claiming that this is one of the dogs they produced, which is a complete lie. My dog is a show dog with a very good pedigree. I do not want my dog's image used by a backyard breeder to falsely entice breeders. I have included a picture of me with Niko accepting his 1st place trophy at the same show as these other pictures were taken. You can easily see that I am wearing the same clothes.
Half.com is the worst, I sold a law book to a buyer from half.com, then 1 month later he complained of the quality of the book. I told him it was too late and that I sent him the book exactly how I described it. He then was able to obtain a refund from half.com for the exact same reason without any proof and basically used the book for free for the entire semester. I made several complaints to Half.com that this was a scam and he was just trying to use the book for free without paying for it and I received no response, the book in the mail, and money withdrawn from my account. Half.com doesn't care because they still keep their fees and make a profit regardless. I'm not using them anymore.
Back in August I filed a buyer protection claim due to having received the wrong edition of a textbook I ordered for a college class. I waited, and waited, and waited, and after several attempts to reach them via email, someone from Half.com finally sent me an email, stating how pleased they were with my feedback rating, how sorry they were for my troubles with this transaction, blah, blah blah. I was told to return the book to the seller and get a delivery confirmation number, and send it back to him/her when the book was "confirmed" as received by the seller. So I did so. Several times. And it is now November 27 and I have NOT YET HEARD from anyone at Half.com regarding my claim or refund. I am very disappointed in how they have handled this and will never buy anything from Half.com again, due to this experience and knowledge that if anything goes wrong, they will not protect buyers. I should have used my credit card company to get my money back, but I followed the instructions provided at Half.com not to do so. BIG MISTAKE. This site appears to be the unwanted stepchild of eBay and should be shut down.
I had ordered an item from ebay uk. When I received this item I quickly realized that the item was not as described by the UK seller. For example, the item (an LED grow light) had different number of LEDS and the sizes were also different. Since I have an energy meter, I measured its power readings and found that it was underrated (14watts actual, 50watts described). 14watts are clearly insufficient for my plants! Since I was not an expert in the electricity field, I started a forum tread just to confirm my analysis and conclusion. I made a complaint against the seller and ebay UK agreed in MY favour. They asked me to send the item back to the seller and I had to enter tracking information and the couriers name. I got a quote from DHL and they asked for 85 pounds (I am in Malta). Since the item costed just 25 pounds this was not practical. I then got in touch with ebay customer support and in the chat session (Customer Support Chat Transcript - SR# 1-[protected]), I asked the person if I could send the item via normal postage and register it. The person agreed with me and told me that I could enter the registration number as the tracking number. He also told me to contact the seller and inform about my method. I then sent a message to the seller and informed him of my intentions. I waited 3 days to give chance for him to answer me. Since the seller did not answer me, I paid 14 pounds in postage and registration and sent the item back to him on the 13/11/2010.
According to Royal Mail tracking, on the 17/11/2010, RM made the first attempt to deliver the item to the seller (Attempted
A delivery was attempted for your item with reference RR, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , in NEW FERRY PDO before 06:08 on 17/11/10).
I was really upset when on the 20/11/2010 I received the following message from ebay:
Customer support has reviewed the case and made a final decision. We've considered the case carefully and decided not to issue you with a refund. We're sorry this didn't work out.
I have since appealed ebays decision based on the information they had provided me prior to them deciding not to refund me. As of today I have not yet been contacted by ebay and more than the stipulated 48hr answer/decision time period has now passed.
I feel that Ebay in this instance have led me to the “gallows” rather than helping me out of an honest problem I encountered! The seller seems that he does not want to receive the item. His feedback on ebay is not very good and has some accusations of dishonest trading.
Seller described a Martin D45 guitar as "typical nicks and scratches of a 13 year old guitar. Three photos, from a distance, were shown. I paid $4500. for the guitar and when it arrived I saw "significant structural damage." Next, I visited with three Martin authorized luthiers including a visit to the Martin Guitar Co, in Nazareth PA, all within 2 working days after the guitar arrived. All three luthiers evaluated the guitar identifying the "significant structural damage." The fretboard was pushed toward the sound-hole by 1/2 inch. I contacted the seller who gave me the "screw you." I contacted eBay's resolution center which, after 5 days of deliberation and review of the luthier's evaluations found in favor of the seller. I then filed a lawsuit for FRAUD against the seller. If you have seen the eBay website over the last 30 days, they have revised their website claiming "Buyer Protection." When any organization makes claims to counter bad press, it's generally a fact that they are guilty and even in collusion with eBay scamers.
ATTENTION ALL EBAY SELLERS $300, 000 Attachment to your Bank Account!
This is an Email sent to EBAY on 11/1/2010 with no response so far.
You have again changed your requirements for selling. You now require that you have
unlimited access to my bank account through Pay Pal. This will not due.
You cannot have unlimited access to my personal funds, that is stupid and I will never
agree to that. If you would like me to sell on Ebay ever again you need to change this.
As you must be aware if you don't okay automatic payment my items are rejected and will
not upload. It's hard enough already to use Ebay for selling, it just gets hard and
harder every year and the more we complain the less Ebay cares. So many people we know
will never us Ebay because of these dumb rules for sellers. You know that Turbo Lister
tells you how much to charge for shipping and the price often time is less than it
actually costs! What about not having enough to cover shipping? This inturn makes it
impossible to list These items at all.
It's about time you sent my concern's to John Donahue the President of Ebay and not
responded from what your screen tells you to say (copy and paste). Please don't send me a
prepared answer, I am so sick of them.
This is what happened to my account AUTOMATICALLY:
Status Cancelled on Oct 31, 2010
Merchant Business Name eBay Inc.
Merchant URL http://www.ebay.com
Customer Service Email [protected]@ebay.com
Bill Term Initiated Date Oct 31, 2010
Billing Limit $300, 000.00 USD (per month)
BILLING LIMIT THREE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS>>>>>>>>>>You
got to be Kidding and I am not laughing!
Matt Miller Call me at 360-681-****
You will find this in you profile at PAY PAL under automatic payments. If you need to write me: [protected]@netzero.net remove "nospam" to make it work
Half. Ebay.com has terrible customer support. If you should ever have an issue with payment, you will not be able to talk to a person to get it resolved. Their customer support is run through emails and their "help wizard" which basically just sends them an email. They will not call you at your request to fix a payment issue and if you do find their mysterious customer support phone number, it is an automated system just telling you to send them an email. You also can't use gift cards like you can on other websites, if your giftcard isn't above the amount of your total, you can't use it, but they don't state that unless you specifically go searching through all their discussion forums to find it or email to ask them ahead of time.
I'm complaining about the following three web sites. They are all exactly the same.
All these three web pages start like this:
Thanks to the Internet, Fortune 500 companies like Apple, Adidas, Compaq, and Coleman are now outsourcing positions to people like you who want to work from home.
BUT IN VERY, VERY SMALL PRINT AT THE BOTTOM OF THE PAGE THEY WRITE:
Some individuals purchasing the program may make little or NO MONEY AT ALL.
AND THEY ALSO REVEAL, THE FOLLOWING, WHICH GOES AGAINST WHAT THEY SAID AT THE TOP OF THE PAGE:
Work At Home Position Placement is NOT AFFILIATED, endorsed by or in any way associated with Apple, Coleman, Adidas, Compaq, The New York Times, Esquire, America Online, CNN, USA Today, Forbes, Yahoo. Work At Home Position Placement does not have the express permission of Apple, Coleman, Adidas, Compaq, The New York Times, Esquire, America Online, CNN, USA Today, Forbes, or Yahoo logo.
THANK YOU COMPLAINTS BOARD. I WAS SUSPICIOUS OF THESE PEOPLE, WHEN MY SUSPICIONS WERE CONFIRMED BY YOUR OTHER COMPLAINT FOUND THERE:
So I'm filing this complaint just to point out the small print which very few people ever read.
Some sellers simply should not be in the business of selling on eBay (or in business for that matter). I was a regular repeat customer of this business until one day she did a shoddy job of packing and 2 of the 12 items I ordered were broken. When I pointed it out, she took forever to refund the broken ones and I left a "neutral" feedback. I apologized for leaving the comments in the neutral feedback and this was her response:
"Blah Blah Blah...Sometimes sorry just doesn't cut it. The damage has been done and i'm sooooo done with you coward. DO NOT WRITE ME AGAIN!!!"
What kind of business treats a repeat customer like that? What kind of way of that is to treat any customer at all? First off all, the whole thing could have been avoided with proper packaging. There is no excuse for packing glass items with popped bubble wrap. Also there are major quality issues with her candle-making. At least have the wicks are so off center that they candle does not burn evenly. Evidently this person does not enjoy being in the business of candle making and should just get out.
Meanwhile, I'd rather pay more to get a quality product and packaging. If you are considering buying from this deranged woman, you'd better hope you never have a problem with an item.
I purchased a cell phone for the "Buy It Now" price, paid and received a tracking number for my purchase. Then the seller decided the price was not high enough. Ebay removed the listing per the sellers request!?!?
Ebay stated the item was removed because it did not meet their guidelines. The seller sent me an e-mail stating the item was canceled because it was listed for the wrong price. The seller re-listed the item with the exact same info except for a much higher price.
Did a chat with Ebay and they suggested I purchase the re-listed item for the much higher price. So much for sales being a binding contract between buyer and seller. Definitely seems like a scam to me. I guess a seller can list an item, sell it for asking price, then decide he should get more money for it, and cancel the transaction. I am sure Ebay would not let me do that. So much for buyers protection.
I can not leave negative feedback for the seller or send a complaint to Ebay via customer service website since the item number is no longer valid.
Purchased an LG VX 9900 listed as brand new in box and used the buy it now option paid 115.00 for phone after shipping and all.
after 80 days phone would no longer charge. tried 2 times to contact seller gbx2006 never got a returned email. took the phone to a local cell phone repair center today and find out that the phone was in fact a refurbish model not only that the guy who fixed it said it should have never passed a final inspection to be sold as a working phone.. I opted to buy this one due to it being listed as new. could have purchased one listed as a refurbish model for half the price. I wanted a new one. Do not buy from gbx2006 on e-bay. below I pasted the original ad from Ebay.
NEW LG VX9900 enV VERIZON MP3 VCAST CAMERA CELL PHONE
Fast Ship! Warranty! Free Xtras! No Contract Required!
Item condition: New
Ended: Jul 02, 201013:39:09 PDT
Sold For: US $115.95
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