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dboy1

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I follow the Hawaii listings on ebay a lot and it seems that the completed listings are anywhere from 5 to 10 days behind. I just looked at them and the last dates listed in the completed were Oct. 7.. Strange??
 

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I follow the Hawaii listings on ebay a lot and it seems that the completed listings are anywhere from 5 to 10 days behind. I just looked at them and the last dates listed in the completed were Oct. 7.. Strange??

Could it be that eBay doesn't regard a listing as "completed" until such time as the listing seller indicates to eBay that a sale is confirmed as in progress (as opposed to just "end of auction")?
I don't know, but that would make some sense to me... :shrug:
 
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It's a done deal to eBay the second the auction closes and there is a bid higher than the reserve
 
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