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Bid cancellation

It is possible for buyers to negotiate the price for one or several items in your wardrobe by placing a bid, if you have activated this option. You can activate it for specific items when you place them on United Wardrobe.

Check out below for additional information about bids:

A bid is binding

When you accept a bid, you agree to the price suggested therefore the buyer can't withdraw anymore.

Placing a bid on United Wardrobe is binding, which means that when you accept it, the buyer is required to purchase the item. 

The item is marked as "sold" as soon as you accept the bid (even if the buyer has not yet paid for it), so other users are not able to purchase the item. When we receive the buyer's payment, we will create an order and send you the shipping instructions.

Withdrawing from a counter-bid

You can withdraw your counter-bid if it is not already accepted by the buyer. You can do this via Menu >  My bids > Received. You will see all your received bids here. If you click on a bid that is not yet accepted, you will be able to withdraw this counter-bid.

If you have withdrawn a bid, the buyer can't accept your bid anymore.

If you made a counter-offer, or withdrew from a counter-offer, you cannot accept the previous bid of the buyer anymore. This expired when you counter-bid. The buyer will need to place a new bid.

Cancelling an accepted bid

An accepted bid can't be cancelled. Just like any other auction, the buyer is required to purchase the item when the bid is accepted. Our bid system won't work when the buyer is able to withdraw an accepted bid. If the buyer wants to cancel the bid with a good reason, we advise him/her to inform you. They can do this by placing a comment on one of your other items.

As a seller, you can cancel the bid after 48 hours, if the buyer did not purchase the item in the meantime. When you cancel the bid, the item will automatically be back for sale for other users.

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