Quantcast
Please log in or register. Registered visitors get fewer ads.
Forum index | Previous Thread | Next thread
Ebay and toilet rolls 13:25 - Mar 19 with 682 viewsBloomBlue

I was just hearing on the radio someone bid £27,000 on ebay for 9 toilet rolls and won (obviously), surely ebay wouldn't allow that?
Sorry I don't know enough about ebay but that should never be allowed in this situation. Plus if someone has that much money to waste £27,000 on 9 toilet rolls they should be locked up, newspapers are much cheaper
0

Ebay and toilet rolls on 13:25 - Mar 19 with 665 viewsElmswell_Blue

I have always used the Daily M*il
0

Ebay and toilet rolls on 13:28 - Mar 19 with 643 viewsJ2BLUE

I think you'll find it's people with no intention of paying looking to stop cretins making money from ripping people off for essentials.

Poll: Would you vote Labour to avoid a Boris led government?

5

Ebay and toilet rolls on 13:29 - Mar 19 with 615 viewsGuthrum

Suspect it will turn out not to be a genuine bid (i.e. they do not actually have the money).

Good Lord! Whatever is it?
Poll: McCarthy: A More Nuanced Poll
Blog: [Blog] For Those Panicking About the Lack of Transfer Activity

1
Ebay and toilet rolls on 13:40 - Mar 19 with 576 viewsElderGrizzly

Ebay and toilet rolls on 13:28 - Mar 19 by J2BLUE

I think you'll find it's people with no intention of paying looking to stop cretins making money from ripping people off for essentials.


Exactly this.

You just need a few ebay accounts, but groups have got together in other parts if the world before to act like this in times of ‘crisis’ to stop profiteering
0

Ebay and toilet rolls on 15:21 - Mar 19 with 456 viewsBrixtonBlue

You honestly think someone paid £27,000 for 9 toilet rolls?!?!


I bet Bloots will downarrow this.
Poll: If you work in an office, when are you off over Christmas (not booked holiday)?

1

Please log in or register. Registered visitors get fewer ads.
About Us Contact Us Terms & Conditions Privacy Cookies Advertising
© TWTD 1995-2020