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That really annoys me. It usually means that the buyer hadn't put a reserve on the item and thinks it didn't reach a high enough price in the auction.joe wrote: ↑Sat Aug 10, 2019 9:55 pmNot really a nightmare, but I thought I'd bought a pair of speakers (my bid was the one that 'won'). A few days later, I heard from eBay that the seller had withdrawn the item because I hadn't contacted him. In fact, I had contacted him, and had also paid for the speakers via bank transfer. My money was refunded, and I just put it down to experience.
Speakers - Monitor Audio Silver RX2
Cables - NVA LS1+LS3, SSC, Gotham S/PDIF, IBRA Optical
Digital - NAD C516BEE, SONY ST-SDB900 DAB TUNER, TEAC UD-H01 DAC
Analogue - Pro-Ject Debut Carbon Esprit SB, Graham Slee Gram Amp 2 Phono
Cans - Grado SR80, ATH-M50X