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$500 Unpaid Limited

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Question
What is the $500 unpaid limit showing in my account?

Answer

Once all expired won unpaid auctions accumulated to $500. Your account will be temporarily closed for any bidding until you have contacted us through eTicket (http://www.livehelpnow.net/lhn/TicketsVisitor.aspx?lhnid=8253)

 

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

 

 

 

HOW TO RESOLVE – EXCEEDED $500 EXPIRED UNPAID AUCTIONS

 

To resolve the issue, you must understand and verbally agree NOT win any auctions in the future if you do not intend to complete the payment timely. You may contact us through eTicket, request our agent to unlock and reset your $500 Unpaid Limit. Then your account will be back on normal, active status.

 

Remember, we can reset the status on the first attempt, if happen again your account may be permittly deactivated or suspended. Link to eTicket >> (http://www.livehelpnow.net/lhn/TicketsVisitor.aspx?lhnid=8253)

 

 

 

WHY HAVE THE $500 UNPAID LIMITED?

 

We are sure you would love to win any auction at the lowest best price right? But if a bidder with no intension of paying comes in and bid your auction raising the price above the borderline, perhaps even won that auction. This will lead to one of the two results….

 

  • One  you may end up winning that auction, but also end up paying higher than you have planned.
  • Two, you didn’t win that auction because the non-paying bidder bid at much higher price. You end up not getting what you may desire.

 

 

 

I HAVE OVER $500 AUCTIONS IN MY SHOPPING CART NOW, WILL THOSE AFFECT MY BIDDING?

 

Nope, we only calculate items that expired from your shopping cart. Having over $500 unexpired recently won auction will not affect your status. Also BUY IT NOW shopping cart will NOT be counted toward the $500 limit

 


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