However, the customer is not bound by the same protocol. No, I speak from experience, they will close your account and see you your address and payment information and IP address as soon as possible. They will find out that it is you, no matter how far you go. If you have a roommate, open an account and they win a few bids and then the address flags. Well, it is suspended and blocked. If your family has a goodwill auction account and they win and send you an item they have won and paid for, they will prohibit it and lock them as a gift. Do not send them emails, or they will not respond to valid and friendly correspondence. You won`t treat yourself with an open, friendly approach or some kind of problem-solving customer service. They will not allow you to correct your mistakes, they will lock you down and tell you to update your memory in the user agreement and understand that these are the rules. Well, look, I haven`t had a long, impossible list of auctions falling apart.
I had about 5 in total and they hit for about 9 days the first day on the first day d d the last couple on the ninth day and I pointed on the ninth day and went to pay on the 10th or 11th day. I wasn`t a serial supplier who never paid. I was a regular with thousands of dollars I`ve already spent here and a good track record. I bought items that they received for free. Like me and I, I am sure you have donated thousands of articles to this case. This does not make my responsibilities any less urgent and mandatory. But if your business success depends on the audience and their friendly and generous nature and they send several emails and are not so worried about addressing me and having an honest and respectable discussion on the issue and helping us find common ground, and let me correct and manage my duty, pay for my auctions won. . . .