Discussion in 'The VIP Lounge' started by Ken McDaniel, May 10, 2007.
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BWAHAHAHAHA!! :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
Thought you guys would like some closure.
I know THIS particular story is kind of amusing but this kind of stuff ticks me off. A bid by a registered user is considered binding. He should be able to go after the winning bidder. It says right when you bid.
Schneider said he left negative feedback on the buyer. Hilarious. Also says he's considering a lawsuit. I'm sure since the identity of the buyer is known, the guy could be prosecuted for some sort of fraud?
One would think so. The point is, not that ebay fees are that high but say the guy really wants to sell the car and could get $100k for it (obviously $10M is not going to happen)... well, basically he can't sell it because people will keep screwing up the bids.
I heard this on the radio this morning. They added that he's going to take it to an actual action house. Who knows, maybe Barrett-Jackson will see it. They think it would probably go for 200K.
He should get charged with some kind of fine.
Yes, a $9,900,500 one. :lol:
That would hurt. Put a little dent in the retirement plans.
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