eBay auction rules for ending

From: Megan <mbg_at_world.std.com>
Date: Thu Sep 16 17:14:34 1999

Since someone mentioned that you can simply end an auction because you
want to, here are the specifics...

>Canceling Bids
>You can cancel bids in an auction if one or more of the following
>circumstances apply:
> 1.You've decided to end the auction
> 2.A bidder contacts you to back out of a bid
> 3.You can't verify the identity of a bidder after trying all
> reasonable means of contact
>Please note: Cancellations are publicized in the auction bidding history,
>and you will be asked to explain your cancellation to bidders. If the
>cancellation was not legitimate, you're also likely to hear about it from
>other users.
>Stop the Auction!
>You may miss out on just the bid you've been waiting for if you end your
>auction early. Still, there may be times when you have a valid reason to
>end an auction. You may stop your auction when you decide not to sell. To
>do this, you must cancel all bids on your auction before it ends. If you do
>not do this, you are obligated to sell to the high bidder.

Note this last part...

                                        Megan Gentry
                                        Former RT-11 Developer

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