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    The BIG news is that I am selling my first audio on Ebay unless a Polkster grabs it first.

    Question: can I pull the item from Ebay after a bid is made? I assume I can't if there has been a Buy It Now (or does it depend on whether payment has been made?)

    Thx....

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    You can cancel at any time, but depending on when you do it it's going to cost you varying amounts of money (you'll pretty much never get your initial listing fee back)

    http://pages.ebay.com/help/sell/end_early.html
    http://pages.ebay.com/help/sell/canc...n-process.html
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    Thanks...after a little searching, I found their restrictions....I guess because I was a firs time seller, I got a free listing.

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    that might be it.. also though, not sure if this is restricted to certain sellers or not, but I got an email recently stating free listings at any price from now until Jan 7 2011, but this might have only gone to out to certain sellers not sure.

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    Alot of new people assume it's ok to pull auctions "any time" .You can as Bob stated however you do lose the listing fee and if bidders have bid its not real cool to do.. if they use buy it now your in a binding contract per the rules YMMV
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    Quote Originally Posted by faster100 View Post
    Alot of new people assume it's ok to pull auctions "any time" .You can as Bob stated however you do lose the listing fee and if bidders have bid its not real cool to do.. if they use buy it now your in a binding contract per the rules YMMV
    I agree that it's not cool to do, but it is possible.
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    agreed :)
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    2 Channel Rig:

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    Polk sda 2B
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    Signal cable IC

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    Quote Originally Posted by faster100 View Post
    Alot of new people assume it's ok to pull auctions "any time" .You can as Bob stated however you do lose the listing fee and if bidders have bid its not real cool to do.. if they use buy it now your in a binding contract per the rules YMMV
    +1!

    If I post something up on ebay but post it up locally on CL and on a few forums, I always make sure to say I've got this listed locally so said-ad may be pulled down at anytime. However, if I've got bids going I tend to leave it up until it's actually sold.
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    Use Craigslist, it's free. Ebay sucks.

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