i love ebay

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  1. amethyst

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    i just so love ebay.. its great

    love it love it love it love it

    lol lol

    loads a bargains!!

    just bought aloud of holiday clothes for my holiday (greece in 10 weeks woohoo)

    bought size 12 - 14 hope they fit lol

    anyone else love ebay? cus i do.. :D:D:D:D
     
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    flirty40greeneyes Busy busy busy!!

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    Yes me too.

    Well done to you - do you sell your old clothes too??

    I have lots of clothes to put on - but I'm thinking of putting a rail in my office here for clients to bring their too big clothes, and earn a couple of £'s or so.
     
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    i have done yeah.. sold loads.. should really get selling again but need my clothes at the mo till i get to goal, and no point me listing all the kids clothes they dont sell that well unless they are designer lol

    and hell its gone expensive on there to sell, there are so many changes happening, like they are making paypal compulsery, (so the dreaded chargebacks urghh which i have been a victim of) sellers are not alowed to leave negative feedback for buyers as from may and loads more..

    but i stil love ebay for buying lol
     
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    I'm a huge e-bay fan! Infact I have 2 windows open at the moment...minimins is one, guess whats on the other???lol
     
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    omg me too.. well i have 4 windows, minis, ebay, moneysavingexpert and ebay forum lol
     
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    Never been on the ebay forum but I'm a huge moneysavingexpert fan!:D
    My Florida holiday next month is down to Martin helping me claim my bank charges back...I love it!
     
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    i not been there for 2 years but needed some help so i am back there again.. great place..
     
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    I started using it for the Tescos codes (which have really dried up lately) and I'm a freebie fanatic now because of it!
     
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    oh they not on there anymore? is there anything else thats there that can help me save money? lol
     
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    It all depends on your own situation really. I think they do still have codes but they're not as good as the ones you used to get. Only thing I can Suggest is looking at phonelines/internet, all insurances and gas/electricity and use a cashback site if you swap suppliers or insurance companies so you get a cut of the commisson that the comparison sites get paid for getting your custom.
     
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    another ebay addict here!!! Have only just recently started selling its good fun nice hobby!!
     
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    Have always loved ebay - but just got scammed this week for a handbag bought & paid. The item disappeared from ebay so raised an investigation and Ebay said that the seller's id had been hijacked and a scammer had sold multiple items relying on the high feedback rating of the genuine seller. good job paypal offer £150 insurance on all purchases paid through them

    So just be aware guys :eek: Try and check feedback thoroughly and even contact the seller before buying
     
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