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treble
07 Feb 14 20:06
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I have an item that needs boosting as the bloke who has bid is a coont and I don't want him to get it for the price he's bid.

Anyone?

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Coolsinger
When: 07 Feb 14 21:20
What is it and how much at the mo?
By:
Mc Moonbeam
When: 07 Feb 14 21:22
there used to be a lot of shill bidding with expensive stuff like Banksy prints

some would go for hundreds over the average then get relisted due to a 't i m e w a s t e r'  Wink
By:
Mc Moonbeam
When: 07 Feb 14 21:38
ebays full of the biggest ********s you will ever come across !!!!!!!


the others are all extremely good though .. and we all like a bargain

£200's £200 .. but just end your listing or get a mate to bid
By:
Early Morning Riser
When: 07 Feb 14 21:43
You need to tidy that room up and change that duvet cover, Its an horrible colour.
By:
Coolsinger
When: 07 Feb 14 21:54
Treble-I would pull the listing just to fcuk him over[It looks half-decent-so you will get what you want when re-listing].
By:
treble
When: 07 Feb 14 22:02
Yeah. There's still nearly 5 days left, so I have some time. I will pull it if he looks like he's going to win it.

If he had just bid, I would have let it go, but to try and tell me it is a cheap chinese knock off when the cue was handed to me in his shop by Parris himself, just makes him look a right ****.
By:
Early Morning Riser
When: 08 Feb 14 10:41
treble, make sure you send it recorded delivery if he wins the auction. looks like me might try to say he never received it and try to get it that way.
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