eBay deletes auctions to save on computing resources.
Managing a database of sold items is not eBay's objective, nor is it in their business model. Once an auction is done with feedback given or return process completed, there is no reason for eBay to store these auctions.
There is no-way to get back auctions that are deleted from the ~60 day archive. ...
I thought I'd post my hacky solution for anyone else stumbling across this in the future.
This works as of May 15, 2017. eBay may change its DOM structure in the meantime. In that case, this will have to be adapted.
Open up the developer console (F12 or right click > Inspect)
Click the "Console" tab
Copy+Paste the following and press Enter:
This solution is based on DaveInCaz and larsolafsimonsen's fantastic answers which I have used many times but no longer seems to work for me (possibly eBay changed the DOM as a mentioned susceptibility).
Open up the developer console (F12 or right click > Inspect)
Click the Console tab
Copy + Paste the following and press Enter:
I wouldn't really recommend contacting people outside of eBay—the restrictions are there for a reason! :)
However, you could use http://scr.im or http://tinymailto.com/ which converts your email in to a standard HTTP URL.
from this: email@example.com
to this: http://tinymailto.com/abcd
They also offer the ability ...
You need to use the "Advanced Search" (link to the right of the search button). Not just the "Advanced Filters" down the left of the listings page.
In the advanced search you can select "Collection in person" (UK) (or "Local pickup" in US) under delivery options.
From eBay Community Center:
It means that your bid (your full, maximum bid, even if the full
amount is not shown) is lower than the "Reserve" set by the seller as
the minimum sale price, and you cannot win that item with that bid.
The item might be at least for £50 for instance.
I've been getting the same emails.
Instead of an unsubscribe link, there's this paragraph at the bottom of the email:
You are subscribed as XXX registered on eBay. To change your communication preferences, log into My eBay and select the Account tab, then click on 'Communication Preferences'. Please note that it may take up to 5 business days to process ...
It's worth mentioning that, as this type of listing format is against eBay policy, it can be (and usually should be) reported. When reporting the listing, it can be hard to find the correct issue to report. This problem is confusingly listed under:
Avoiding Ebay Fees
This seems like an odd organization, but the ...
I believe some 3rd party eBay "sniper" software (which sometimes run as a web service, rather than desktop software) will do this sort of thing for you. The sniper software is generally used to automate the process of placing a bid in the last few seconds of an auction to increase the chances of a win.
From techradar's review of "The best free and paid eBay ...
I'm an eBay seller and have often wondered that myself. However the answer is actually quite simple. eBay only stores 3 months of history (90 days I think) and any sales prior to that just don't display.
The buyer i***4 must have purchased earlier than the 90 days and has only left feedback recently. Sometimes people take a long time to leave feedback, if ...
A completed listing is a listing that has already resulted in a sale or that has expired with out a sale. In other words, it is no longer an item that can be bought, but the listing remains on eBay showing the final purchase price and winning bidder (if applicable) for 15 days.
The reason behind this could be advertisement (Behavioural) Retargeting.
Cookies on eBay may enable advertisers to show the similar or the same item again on Facebook.
See more infomation on:
FBX: How to Create Retargeted Facebook Ads with PerfectAudience
As Karthik VU pointed out, you can use Privacy mode / Private browsing to limit leakage of your ...
The only method I know is to sell so many items that the negative feedback is drowned out by the positive. I've seen this effect looking at some high-volume sellers that sell over a hundred items per day.
eBay cannot remove the limit and leave it open ended. That idea is unheard of. Some manufacturers offer lifetime warranties on their products, but otherwise all retailers have limits on when an item can be returned and a sale can be reversed. You believe the 45 day limit is silly because you waited 50 days. If it was a 50 day limit, you would say it was ...
yes you can view older items.
one way is to click on Purchase history and then select the year you would like to see.
another way is to go into My eBay Summary and select the year you would like to see.
From the eBay help pages:
What does it mean to “watch” an item?
When you’re “watching” an item, the listing appears in your Watching
list in My eBay. You can view the item every time you visit My eBay,
without having to search for it again.
By watching an item, you can: View the current high bid for the item
Place a bid or take another ...
I always keep order / confirmation emails I get from ebay, and for really important ones I also print the listing page into pdf and save it.
Some old listings (past ebay's 90 days) can, however, be retrieved from terapeak.com or listingshistory.com if you don't have them saved.
Bon Gart's answer is correct. Some additional remarks, the key is to open the case before 45 days has expired. There should be no reason to be shy about opening a case in this situation, as you can close it if you wish or wait for eBay to judge in the case.
However, if you open the case you are empowered to judge if for example you eventually received the ...
You can try auctionsensor ebay search tool. You can search items by total price (list price + shipping fee). For example, if your max price is $50, and the item's list price is $40 and shipping fee is $11, auctionsensor will filter it out. It is free and no sign up required. Highly recommended.
Some of the auction sniper software also have advanced search/...
There is no catch as there are no iframes allowed for use in any eBay listing.
What you are seeing in some listings is how the server has chosen to render the listing according to the browser.
In some it ...
No you can't.
From the Different ways of buying help article:
When you see a Classified Ad listing, it means that you deal directly with the seller and buy the item at a fixed price. Because your Classified Ad purchase is outside of eBay, you won't be able to use eBay Feedback or eBay Buyer Protection.
These emails are being delivered to the correct user as far as Gmail is concerned.
Gmail is not sending emails to you, rather ebay is sending emails to j.harrop@g... which IS your email account, just as jh.arrop@g... and ever other combination with a . in it would be. All those combinations are tied to just your one account.
I think your question ...
Delete your cookies after visiting eBay/Facebook;
Block 3rd party cookies;
Block/remove from cache pixels.gif (web bugs);
Use your browser in incognito mode;
Block/Delete Flash cookies;
Browse in https (set browser to https everywhere).
Revise/Fix you 'privacy settings' on facebook and ebay pages.
Do NOT set your browser settings to 'Tell websites to not ...