Ray Rodriguez said:Did you see the other 12 cars the seller are selling? All scams
how did you do this? I looked at help, and even eBay help has no obvious links to report fraud.nsxtasy said:I just reported it to eBay's security center...
Wow! No, I didn't.Ray Rodriguez said:Did you see the other 12 cars the seller are selling? All scams
I thought they used to have that. Dumb dumb dumb not to.NsXMas said:And don't you love how eBay has no "report this auction" button anywhere on the auction?
I agree that the process is very user-UNfriendly. They have no interest in following up on scams.NsXMas said:how did you do this? I looked at help, and even eBay help has no obvious links to report fraud.
I cliked on security center, and then went through the hoola dance to get to report a fraud, and it then displayed some irrelevant info about quick help for something unrelated to scam.
I don't see this when I display the listing...Banshee Wail said:My favorite part of these scams is the revised description. At the top of the listing, just below the picture will be a link "DESCRIPTION revised". This car miraculously went from an automatic Toyota Celica to a NSX
nsxtasy said:I don't see this when I display the listing...
Now the listings have all been deleted. Good!nsxtasy said:Hmmm... I see that all the auctions by this scammer have been closed. The listings are still there (you can click on Completed Listings to see them). They look the way they would if the seller decided to pull the listing; they say that the item is no longer for sale. In the past, when eBay has found that a listing is fraudulent, they deleted the listing. I don't know whether they changed their policy so that they just closed the listing, or whether the seller would have closed it.
nsxtasy said:If I were you, I would report it to Autotrader and demand a refund.