eBayer

eBayer

(ˈiːˌbeɪə) or

ebayer

n
(Telecommunications) any person who buys or sells using the internet auction site, eBay
ˈeˌBaying, ˈeˌbaying n
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Beanie's person is a keen eBayer, and this has led to a new hobby for him, as you can see here - photobombing.
It said: "After a smashing message from another eBayer, Max, who had concerns about the profit on this, I was in shock myself and felt uncomfortable with it so all profit will go the Royal British Legion."
The seller "ferrussel-0" has no other items for sale, and has only one review which reads: "Great ebayer - thank you from QPD".
But one fellow eBayer who contacted Leah about an item said: "At first I thought it was a wind-up when I saw Leah's name signed at the end of the message.
I nearly bought some from another eBayer but then I spoke to my pal A (you will see why he doesn't want his name printed in a minute) who ordered some Louis Ghost Chairs.
Each eBay member has a rating out of 100% based on customer reviews - if an eBayer has a poor record, you will know about it.
Whether you have a birthday or wedding present to send to a loved one - or you're an avid eBayer and you have lots of things to post out - you can send any parcel anywhere without having to leave the comfort of your own home, and from as little as pounds 3.30.
"fair and honest ebayer. would buy from him again." (sic)
The vendor who sold him the knife gave Mercante feedback on the site writing: "If this eBayer was my boss I'd respect him.
The shell-shocked home side found themselves three behind after just 17 minutes through goals from Paul Tocco on six minutes, Scott Balderson after 13 minutes and Mark Ebayer.
This led me, an ardent eBayer, to search listings for black Americana dating from the 1930s and 1940s.