Kahenraz wrote on 2022-04-30, 02:45:
I sold a laptop once that was clearly labeled as having the dead battery removed to save on shipping.
Upon receipt, the buyer opened a problem case and said that the laptop doesn't charge. I had to refund the item, shipping, and pay for return shipping. I tried to submit an appeal, but eBay denied it.
What the hell? You sell an item with correct description, buyer either didn't read it or understand it and eBay sides with them? Jeez!
Some time ago I noticed I can't sell anything on eBay anymore, when I try to create a listing the site just errors out. Twice I asked support to help, on the first try I just got an automatic bs reply and then silence, on the second didn't get even that. But if the protection they offer for sellers is like that can't say I'd be in a hurry to sell anything there anyway.
Oh, and also currently dealing with one of those sellers myself, might get a full refund through eBay without asking them to step in but if I get the return shipping fee back without forcing the matter through PayPal I'll be amazed.
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