Buying as a guest
You can shop for most things on Trunux without needing an eBay account, but you’ll miss out on the benefits of being a member.
How buyers can cancel an order
To cancel an order – whether it’s a Buy It Now purchase or you’ve won an auction – you’ll need to contact the seller and ask if they can cancel it for you. The seller can either accept or decline your cancellation request.
Your shopping cart
You can save fixed-price items you’d like to buy by adding them to your shopping cart while you continue shopping. When you’re ready, you can check out and pay
Making a Best Offer
Best Offer lets you offer the seller a price you’re willing to pay for the item. The seller can accept, reject, or counter your offer by suggesting another price.
If you made a Best Offer on a listing, the seller may come back to you with a counteroffer suggesting another price.
Buying vehicles, parts, and accessories
You can search for vehicles and parts by year, make, and model on eBay Motors. You can also shop by category or filter your results so you only see local listings.
How Bidding Works
Retracting a bid
If you’ve made a mistake when bidding on an item, you can retract your bid in certain circumstances.
Automatic bidding is the easiest way to bid on an Trunux auction. Simply enter the highest price you’re willing to pay for an item, and we’ll do the rest.
Tips for winning auctions
eBay auctions often have multiple competing bidders. You can maximize your chances of winning by having a good bidding strategy.
Waiting until the last few seconds of an auction to make a winning bid is known as bid sniping. This tactic is used to try to prevent other bidders from having a chance to place a higher bid before the auction ends.
Responding to Second Chance Offers
If you didn’t win an auction, the seller might give you another opportunity to buy the item you wanted by sending you a Second Chance Offer.
How reserve prices work
A reserve price is the minimum amount the seller is willing to sell an item for. If the reserve price isn’t met, the item won’t be sold.