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DebbieE
25th September 2008, 19:32
http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Tesco-Vouchers-Clubcard-Points-Voucher-BUYERS-ALERT_W0QQitemZ230292070996QQcmdZViewItem?hash=ite m230292070996&_trkparms=72%3A1298%7C39%3A1%7C66%3A2%7C65%3A12%7C 240%3A1318&_trksid=p3286.c0.m14

Littlemissjojo
25th September 2008, 19:35
Just looked through his feedback - one says "misleading - to another lottery syndicate". Nothing to do with Tescos I think, thats just how they're trying to get people in.

chirpy007
25th September 2008, 19:41
Steer clear !!!!!!!:eek::eek::eek::eek::eek:

muddles
25th September 2008, 19:43
Don't know what to make of this Debbie :confused: Bit strange not many feedback comms on it and one is a neutral! Probably a no no :nono: :nono:

dune
25th September 2008, 19:47
if you were making all that so call money then why do you need to sell your scam for 2.47 on ebay ;)

DebbieE
25th September 2008, 19:51
That's what I was thinking! Thanks all

angelic
25th September 2008, 21:55
Keyword spamming - an Ebay no no...listing obviously has nothing to do with T's :(
Scam too no doubt!

Emmamed
25th September 2008, 22:28
dont touch it. this was on ebay ages ago and i messsaged some of the ppl who had brought it and it was rubbish.

angelic
26th September 2008, 12:03
I have reported the max 10 auctions just now as I had 5 mins ;)
All the auctions are violating keyword spamming policy - auctions have no bearing on title.
So annoying sellers think they can get away with selling rubbish, I feel for the daft buyers who actually think they will make money??

Georgie
27th September 2008, 17:17
Ive noticed this on there quite a few times and have always ignored it. My theory being if something looks too good to be true, its bound to be false.

I didn't realise you could report these things as I am not brill at ebay. I just thought it was a case of buyer beware.

I would happily report as I dont like to see naive people being taken in. Also it makes it bad for all the good ebayers out there.

angelic
27th September 2008, 18:14
You can report any auction which you believe is in violation of Ebay policy.
Go to the bottom of the auction page and you will see a Report link, just click there.
This will bring up report options, just select the relevant options and it will go to Customer Support.
HTH x