Honestly before you buy from a seller you need to really look at their history. I have found that they should have 99-100% positive and at least a few hundred sells. Read all negative reviews and see what people didn't like about it.
I've bought tons of stuff on eBay and only got burned once. You've gotta make sure the seller agrees to take items back if they don't work properly or something; also wait to leave feedback until you're sure everything is OK. but overall, an excellent site.
Mixed bag totally, I rarely use it any more except to search for stuff I might want LOCALLY or get idea on price.
Clothes have been a good bargin there though. Buyer beware on more costly things, tread carefully!
I had two guys sell me fraudulent electronic parts, that's my bad experience there.
Selling stuff wise, a good way of doing it, don't accept buyers with tiny ratings, and you should do OK, as long as you are fair as well.
E-bay's "Resolution Center" is a joke. You never get an intelligent human being to help you. Nor do they give you an e-mail address to contact them. If you have a problem, and the seller (or buyer) refuses to respond, you are SOL. Just pray you didn't send any money because it is as good as gone.
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