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      04-24-2012, 06:59 AM   #21
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I don't know how Ebay can justify making some sales "non-binding". At the end of the day every seller has the option to set a fixed price or reserve. The reason for no reserve (or a low one) is to attract attention to your listing. I don't think its fair to take such benefit from low/no reserve and then when it doesn't work out say that its "non-binding". That's having your cake and eating it lol. Totally unfair on the buyer.