I recently had a Icom 756 PROII for Auction on EBay.
About 24 hours from it ending, I got emails from current and past bidders
that someone was trying to sell them a PROII at a much lesser price then
what they bid.
I contact EBay, and they told me that this type of activity was on the
increase lately, and they were taking steps to stop this.
They suggested I end the auction, start it again with the feature of hiding
the bidders email address's.
I did end it, but sold it on QTH.com and sent a contribution to that
I figured if I relisted my auction, it would look questionable to bidders
and I would not get a good price for my PROII.
This will be the last time I use EBay.com
----- Original Message -----
From: "Harold Mandel" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Thursday, June 08, 2006 8:39 AM
Subject: [Amps] Fraudulent Amp seller
> RE: The Emtron DX-1b auction
> Hello Harold,
> Thank you for taking the time to submit this information to eBay.
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