eBay Unpaid Item Reminder: #7557660205
Dear eBay Member:
kwikdigital has informed us that they have not yet received your payment for the following item:
CANON IR 8500 w/ NetworkPrinter +K3N FINISHER 85PPM - (#7557660205)
No action is being taken against your account at this time. However, it is important to remember that when you bid on or buy an item you are agreeing to a contract between you and the seller. If the situation isn't resolved within 7 days of this reminder, you may receive an Unpaid Item strike under eBay's Unpaid Item Policy.
If you don't respond by Feb-23-2006 you may receive an Unpaid Item strike.
Most Unpaid Item disputes can be resolved through direct communication between the buyer and seller, and we encourage you to work with your trading partner to reach a resolution.
開了ebay 戶口以來本人只bid過一部相機，因此覺得事有蹺蹊。再細看那個"respond to this notification"連結是連到一個跟ebay無關的網址。以另一個browser登入ebay網頁，果然發現戶口內並無這件CANON IR 8500 w/ NetworkPrinter +K3N FINISHER 85PPM 。於是依照ebay網頁內的投訴方法把該封電郵轉寄了給ebay。
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