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I found this today while surfing the net. It supposed to put a seal on your auctions to stop non-paying bidders by stating that collection efforts will be made on non-paying bidders...

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Wow... if you actually used that thing, you probably wouldn't have many positive feedbacks. Start collections against your buyers? wow...
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Interesting idea, but it still won't stop nonpaying bidders--though it might deter a few. The free trial might be worth a look though, as long as it comes with no strings attached. Thanks for the link CPU.

Yeah, it does assume a certain amount of distrust on the part of the "buyer" so you probably wouldn't get that many bids either.
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But then it will also let buyers know that your a legit and serious seller which I think will give more bids
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Eh, you can do that in other ways though. The more I think of it, the less of a good idea I think it would be. There's a fine line between protective and being obnoxious and untrusting. This might just cross it. But like I said, it's worth a try, free and all.
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requiring immediate payment stops non paying bidders does it not?
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It does, but it also requires you to link your paypal account. Although if you had a merchant account instead of paypal, that might just work?
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It does, but it also requires you to link your paypal account. Although if you had a merchant account instead of paypal, that might just work?
You mean the buyer has to have a linked paypal to their ebay account. Not the seller.
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Right. That's what I was trying to say. The Buyer. However, if "you" as the seller have a merchant account, I have to wonder if that would help bring back some bidders not willing to link their accounts for paypal's sake. It's a thought to try anyway.
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Immediate payment now doesn't work with Auctiva.

The collections thing requires it to be at least $50 and that the non pay bidder put real information in.

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