Hi If I bid something on ebay do I have to pay inmediately or can I wait a week??? (I am new at ebay)?
You sound like a child, and children are prohibited from using eBay and Paypal at all. If the seller said s/he is willing to wait for weeks to get a payment, then go ahead and bid. I personally would have blocked and ignored you -- like most sellers, I'm not there to make friends, I'm there to do business and get paid. I'm not interested in any buyer's sob story. If the seller comes to his/her senses and decides s/he wants money and not games, s/he can open an unpaid item case against you as soon as the 24th and close it as soon as the 28th. If you get two unpaid item strikes, every seller on eBay can block you automatically for a year..
by GinoParisian - 16 hours ago
Once you are the top bidder and the auction is over you pay right away, they can't send it to you if you don't pay, and they expect the winning bidder to contact them within 24 hours.
by Elaine M - 16 hours ago
you have to wait til the auction is ended
by . - 16 hours ago
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