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  1. So many are stocking up just in case of shortages after brexit, do you think they are right or not?
  2. Hi, Just wanted some advice/reassurance so I can be prepared when eBay's dca try and contact me please. Sold a car in November, buyer didn't pay or collect. He bid and won the auction at £350 then messaged me to say he'd just checked and only had £230 in his bank account I opened a dispute and he never responded. Once a certain amount of time passed eBay automatically resolved the dispute in my favour and said they would refund seller fees. To be honest I thought that meant all seller fees. through December I've been getting reminder/suspension emails to pay £10 fees (listing fee I think) I started a new job which pays 2 months in arrears so I've had nearly 2 months without being paid and obviously had to prioritise my spending I removed my automatic PayPal payment. In fact I think I may have removed automatic payment when the dispute was open but the guy wasn't responding to stop them taking £45 when he wasn't going to pay. To be fair I was quite annoyed about paying anything in the first place after getting messed about. I had a voicemail and email yesterday from transcom. The email said I owed £18 (£8 fee on £10 "debt"... I don't think so...) I logged on to my eBay account today and had a message from them yesterday, same day of transcom email saying pay today to avoid further action. my dad lent me some money yesterday to tide me over till payday I've just been on and paid eBay direct and my account has now been reinstated and showing a balance of zero. What do I say to the dca now for them to leave me alone? They've tried to ring me again this evening. I don't want to be continuously contacted or them to mark my credit file for the sake of £10. Thanks
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