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    Good morning all,

    Just a few questions. I have recently purchased some vintage razors that I have been cleaning and sharpening and am getting ready to sell them. I am going to use ebay and I am wondering if I need to set up a separate Pay Pal account or can I use my credit card? I have been using my credit card number to purchase razors and the like but I am wondering if when selling razors if it will credit my credit card?

    Does this make sense?

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    Buyers like it simple, my advice would be to hook up paypal , 1 click and then there done Paid for, if you would like any further advice feel free to contact me, Good Luck,ty
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    No it won't credit your card. You are using pay pal with your card to buy? If you have a pay pal account, it will put the money in that account. It will show up as a pay pal balance. you can then transfer the balance to another account such as a checking account. Hope this helps. Good luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hacker7 View Post
    No it won't credit your card. You are using pay pal with your card to buy? If you have a pay pal account, it will put the money in that account. It will show up as a pay pal balance. you can then transfer the balance to another account such as a checking account. Hope this helps. Good luck.
    What he said. ^^^
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    Yep. What they said.
    I was hoping this was a thread that would help me to figure out a way to buy an item on ebay and not have to compeate against all you big money guys out bidding me. Ha.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gasman View Post
    Yep. What they said.
    I was hoping this was a thread that would help me to figure out a way to buy an item on ebay and not have to compeate against all you big money guys out bidding me. Ha.
    That's a problem for all of us. Figure out what an item is worth to you and that's your price. Don't get caught up in a bidding war. Unless it's one I am selling. Lol.

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    I almost never get involved with auctions. Instead, I filter my searches to show 'Buy It Now' items only.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sqzbxr View Post
    I almost never get involved with auctions. Instead, I filter my searches to show 'Buy It Now' items only.
    I know we are getting off topic. Don't you find BIN to be more expensive most of the time? There are exceptions of course and I've found some. When I run a bid on the bay I will throw a BIN price around what I hope to get at auction.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sqzbxr View Post
    I almost never get involved with auctions. Instead, I filter my searches to show 'Buy It Now' items only.
    I never thought about that. But i can see the BIN being higher price. But if a guy dont know what hes selling. I'll check into this.
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    That's how you find deals. Knowing what you want and a price your willing to pay will get you your share.

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