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I sold my M2000 Tribute for £320.00 a couple of years back, so Mick won it at a fair price, as @Nibody said " report them as a none performing seller"

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I'll add to the chorus - definitely report. I can't stand that kind of behaviour on ebay. It's happened to me a few times and I've always reported it.

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Bet he now wishes he'd sold it to Mick

Knobhead  :)

I mean the seller,  not  Mick

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I've just a similar experience on Facebook. Far less money but something was advertised for £15. I said I'll have if it's still available. Seller tells me he still has it but he's going to re-list it, as due to the amount of interest he feels he advertised it too cheap. To be fair it was cheap but the seller doesn't know if it works so was listed as spares. I said OK what are you thinking. He says 50 quid and I say I'll leave it then. 

It's been re-listed at £25 and hasn't sold four days later. I'd've paid £25 if that was his first price but I don't like these tactics. 

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