My bid was refused. You said . He is the only one who can tell you that. If you did. not have a pay pal account and he requires it. Call. me uncaring but, at this point, given the choice between being given a. I would. unhesitatingly choose the latter. So far, I've had a .
Instead, nobody is paying attention. The full history of this incident is here http: //www. Bay. Bidding. Problem/I would suggest you look at that before responding to this email. Please try to take this more seriously. Sincerely,Stephen Malinowski (mam on e.
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What you need to know about that: The highest bidder (as of the end of the auction) wins, regardless of when his bid is placed (even if it was received in the last second and didn't show on your screen before your countdown got to 0), but the price is set by the SECOND highest bidder (generally that underbidder's highest bid plus 1 bid increment; less if the winner's bid is not a full increment higher than the underbid, including an earlier tie; more if needed to meet the reserve in a reserve listing; the starting bid amount set by the seller if there is only 1 bidder and no reserve). During the auction e.
Bay calculates and posts a . This is an imperfect analogy, and in many cases people trying to apply it to a particular situation end up either oversimplifying or overcomplicating the process leading to many many misconceptions. If you want to understand how the e. Bay bidding process happens you need to get away from that analogy.
Since what anyone else has or will have bid by the time the auction ends is already figured into the price if you win, there is no need to try to figure it into your bid (other than to assume that someone else is likely to bid about the same amount as you, so it is a good tactic to bid a bit over the round number you likely have in mind as your true maximum to increase your odds of being on the winning side of what might have been a tie); all you need to figure is at what price point you would rather someone else get the item than you having to pay more. When you bid, early or late, or whether you put in a lesser bid(s) before your true maximum, those are tactical matters that may or may not influence the behavior of others (other bidders, potential bidders, and the seller) to your advantage or disadvantage.