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    take a look at this ebay listing 100 for shipping in canada wow

    this is just crazy for shipping within canada all what i can say is good luck

    http://cgi.ebay.com/07-08-UD-Trilogy...lenotsupported

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    probably thinks it is going to go cheap and catch someone not looking at the shipping price

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    Lol thats ridiculous. I would pay it though only if I won the auction for 99 cents :P
    I sent him a message

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    no...you don't pay final value fees on shipping...so he is basically assuring himself of a lower fee when it sells

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    Exactly. I don't know what that set should be worth, but say it "sells" for $50.... he gets $150 for it, and doesn't pay fees on the $100. eBay should probably cancel the listing.

    Quote Originally Posted by Captngeetch View Post
    no...you don't pay final value fees on shipping...so he is basically assuring himself of a lower fee when it sells

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    Quote Originally Posted by 30ranfordfan View Post
    Exactly. I don't know what that set should be worth, but say it "sells" for $50.... he gets $150 for it, and doesn't pay fees on the $100. eBay should probably cancel the listing.
    they did.

    I understand fees are brutal, but thats just wrong. $100??? I emailed him and his response was "it is to cover the auction ending with a low price." well, since it was a rediculously absurd shippign price, of course it will end with a low auction price.

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    Haha he got shut down. I sent something through to ebay saying hes basically avoiding fees and nows its cancelled :P Here is the message he sent me though before it was ended.

    "the cost of shipping reflects that the final sales bid being low. Take the last set that I sold 05-06 fleer with all the subsets, final price $21.00. Take your bid consideration into account with the cost of shipping worked in. The parcel alone will be about $30-$40 to send anyway, so look at it that way"

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