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Will do, thanks. He said he "didn't read the description" and that's what he didn't realize they weren't included. Such a ridiculous statement
Pre-owned.
If I sold sunglasses on eBay and the listing said "will come with the cloth case pictured, and sunglasses" am I liable since the buyer said he wants to return them b/c he thought they should come with a box? I personally have no interest in allowing a return because I never said they came with a box. Thoughts?
 Got it.  Thank you!
Quick Question:   "Sold" a watch on eBay, but now the buyer is claiming he can't pay (seems legitimate, albeit frustrating).  How do I ensure I get a final value fee with no defects against me if I agree to cancel the transaction?  Want to go ahead and cancel it because I got another offer that is even better for me after the auction ended.   Thanks dudes!
 Yes, their is probably merit to the claim.  I told him I would take the return after I ensured nothing was wrong with it.  Since he is overseas (army base), is is possible for him to identify the package (in a legal way) so that I would not be held liable for customs fees?
If a buyer left positive feedback for a watch I sold, but now says the product is not as described will I be forced by eBay to give a refund? If so, is it best to fight him over it or should I tell him to send it back and then I'll reimburse him? It was a rather expensive sale, so I really don't want to take it back if it's possible to fight it..
Buyer said the tie I sold him for $14 was uneven at the tip.  Offered him a partial refund or a full refund if he sent it back..  Said he's not paying to ship it back.  Should I just send him the full amount and be done with it, or make him send it?  I don't have any recollection of it being uneven, but he sent a pic and it does seem to be slightly off.  What would you guys do?    edit: just refunded him.  Not worth the time.
If you guys could give some help it would be much appreciated.  Buyer sent this message after purchasing an item.   "Hello! I just payed for the watch through Paypal, and I realized I selected the wrong address. Please ship to: Address deleted. Thanks in advance! Sorry about the confusion."   I'm obviously not going to ship to the non-confirmed paypal address. Is there a simple way of going about refunding him and having him resubmit payment?  He has decent feedback...
If I go to ship a label through eBay and it says "Invalid address. Click "Change" to revise it.Invalid address. Click "Change" to revise it." What should I do?  I looked it up and it is indeed a real business.  Thanks for any help.
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