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ebay/paypal people..

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if a pair of headphones have been sold and clearly state in the listing that returns are not accepted theyve been used,

can the buyer still get a refund if he takes it up with paypal/ebay if its within 7 days?

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only if they are not to the description

his claim is that they are fake, but there is no proof..

how would they revsolve it..?

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Doubt it. you only really win a paypal case when a item aint received

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nope

law says You can return any item bought on ebay within 14 days regardless of listing instructions

items like mobile topups and them kinda things yeh but earphones You will have no problem

guy asying "no returns" really means "no returns when You realise they've been used" or more of a "make sure You read the listing properly" kinda thing.

they won't refund any postage though, coz You've still received the postal service.

edit - http://whatconsumer.co.uk/buying-online/ says You have 7 days after paying, during which they have to pay back the delivery charge as well

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Paypal will f*ck you in the ass 99% of the time.

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you see when you are adding a bank account to your paypal account, and they add 2 small deposits.

is that transaction instant? if i had online banking, i could go on there and see how much they put it in right now or call up my bank and ask how much was put in?

or do i have to wait 2-3 working days?

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whats the deal with this selling allowance theyve introduced?

isit not possible to sell big quantity items anymore?

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sign up for a ebay business account

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just done that

still saying the same thing

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I've always found that Paypal always side with the payer.

More time it's the sellers that're getting screwed.

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Nah they definitely side with the buyer more often than not, i was selling some phones on Ebay a couple of months back, the winning bidder had no feedback, so i decided to do a information check on him via Ebay only to find out the number on his profile was fake, i rang Ebay to report my suspicions but whilst on the phone they told me his address was confirmed, fast forward a couple of days and he rings my phone, as when doing an information check it sends your details to both parties, he was some Nigerian guy from Wembley claiming his name was Arthur, he was trying to claim that i sent the parcel to 34A instead of 34B and was trying to suggest that if i did the parcel would be retained, although i had in fact sent it to 34B and could hear through the sound of his voice that he knew he had f*cked up and wouldn't be able to retract his payment in which he had surely intended all along, it didn't help matters for him that i had upped the tracking code on Ebay and Paypal, so no matter what i would almost always have been in the clear, but it's lucky that i am aware these sort of guys as to a newbie it would be so easy to get sucked in and f*cked over by them.

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just done that

still saying the same thing

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have you had any cases against u in the last 12 months or anything? ebay are really strict

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just done that

still saying the same thing

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have you had any cases against u in the last 12 months or anything? ebay are really strict

fresh ebay and paypal

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since when do you have to confirm your identity with a bank account with ebay just to start selling

fuksake

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SELLING ALLOWANCES:

1) HIGH RISK ITEMS

2) NOT ENUF FEEDBACK

3) YOU HAVE NOT ADDED A CREDIT/DEBIT CARD TO YOUR ACCOUNT

4) YOU HAVE NOT ADDED A BANK ACCOUNT TO YOUR EBAY ACCOUNT

THOSE ARE THE 'MAIN' REASONS WHY EBAY PUTS SELLING LIMITS ON

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just done that

still saying the same thing

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have you had any cases against u in the last 12 months or anything? ebay are really strict

fresh ebay and paypal

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since when do you have to confirm your identity with a bank account with ebay just to start selling

fuksake

you missed out on a lot of stuff

they have re-vamped their whole security its a madness

you think ebay is annoying ... start receiving money in ur paypal account

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is it still possible to sell bulk on there without gettin ur pp locked?

or isit not worth the hassle?

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ha!

remember when i helped You with Your ebay problems in this thread

remember when You were being a complete d*ckHEAD in my video thread, and about 4 more threads where You've needlessly sent for my video when it wasn't relevant

i can help You. and I wont

good luck selling 2 items a month

ha!

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brudda if your sh*t your sh*t

take that as constructive criticism and improve

help me bro spud spud safe safe

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brudda if your sh*t your sh*t

take that as constructive criticism and improve

help me bro spud spud safe safe

it's not constructive criticism.

constructive criticism shows the room for improvement and what could be better.

ah well though

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nothing can be improved

the tune and video is complete sh*t

the vid screams media student at london met/thames valley/southbank

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what made you think it would be classifed as funky house :/

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