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So they actually aren't even getting paid.
If he is really a 'good samaritan' or if he is up to something. Unless he is trying to build up his dashboard numbers for something like a powerseller status by listing a bunch of auctions for people to 'win' but then again Im pretty sure you have to sell 'x' dollars worth of stuff for that...
Because if you notice his latest auctions do not have the school 'reason'.
good question. Mainly to stop other from actually charging people here on ebay for them. It does not really cost me anything since I have a store. WE accept no monies for them and refund whenever someone does pay us. A lot of folks do not know they are out there for free. Thanks, Jason
The seller, if he is being honest, raises a good point.
I saw a user getting 90 dollars for PRINTED, not original, Cafe Corner books.