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choosy beggar
« on: March 14, 2019, 01:08:59 AM »
have any members of the forum come across "choosy beggars", this is an action which acording to the web is gaining popularity, i myself have been a victim of this practice (if victim is the right word) i was recently selling an item on ebay and received the following message.

hi iam a local fundraiser for cancer research uk and i am planning to do bingo events throughout the year and was wondering if you would donate items to achieve this please in exchange i will promote your business and if you can could u send me business cards to give out also i will advertise ur company i will defernatly need a bingo calling maching please please could you help with this to achive this please we also will be doing raffles along side these events i look forward to hearing back from you thank you

stewart tammy hooker
local fundraisers for cancer research uk.

When i refused his offer to take this item from me for free the response I received was most uncharitable, i complained in the strongest terms to cancer uk, as i considered his request was totally unsolicited and would have placed me in clear breech of ebay rules had i acseeded to his request i regard the response i received from cancer uk was totally dismissive.

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Re: choosy beggar
« Reply #1 on: March 14, 2019, 06:09:04 PM »
ebay - never use it
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