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post #78166 of 98150

eBay buyer asking for a return since they didn't understand Italian sizing censored.gif. If I listed "No Returns" on the listing and have messages via the eBay system explaining how the item fits, what are the chances of me getting burned/having to take it back if they try and force the issue?

post #78167 of 98150
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Originally Posted by Teger View Post

I can't watch seinfeld in reruns for some reason. I find it grating.

I can conservatively guess I've seen most episodes of Seinfeld dozens of times and there's still not an episode that won't make me laugh out loud at least a few times upon repeated viewing. #menswear has ruined the phrase, but Seinfeld is just... timeless.
post #78168 of 98150
Frasier is one of my favorite shows ever. And my favorite show as a kid was Roseanne (last few seasons were terrible though)
post #78169 of 98150
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Originally Posted by Urthwhyte View Post

eBay buyer asking for a return since they didn't understand Italian sizing censored.gif . If I listed "No Returns" on the listing and have messages via the eBay system explaining how the item fits, what are the chances of me getting burned/having to take it back if they try and force the issue?

chances are very high, the "No Returns" bit means almost nothing to eBay/PayPal. All the buyer has to do is claim that it fits differently than was indicated and they'll most likely force you to accept the return, if the buyer decides to start a dispute that is.
post #78170 of 98150

I'd fight it.


Someone has to stand up to these ebayers. 

post #78171 of 98150
Don't fight it. Just take the return. Pain in the ass, but if the buyer decides to have PayPal intervene, PayPal is going to freeze those funds while they investigate the case. Even if they decide in your favor, you'll still not have access to those funds for a while. Better to just accept the return, and hope the next person who buys isn't a moron.
post #78172 of 98150
I found that I enjoyed shows more as a young kid and was fortunate enough to experience the 90's when Disney/Nick were in their heyday - All That, Kenan and Kel, Smart Guy, Boy Meets World, Are you afraid of the Dark, GUTS, Jet Jackson, Legends of Hidden Temple, Salute you Shorts, My brother and me, Hey Arnold, etc etc Plus those great WB shows - Parent Hood, Jaime Foxx show (anyone remember the WB with the racist frog? haha) kids these days are fucked with some pc show with sing alongs. Had to love the Wayans Bros too, "Were brothers, were happy and were signing and were colored....GIVE ME A HIGH FIVE!" lol8[1].gif

Now a days Spartacus is over (fuck!) so I am hoping da Vinci's Demons takes over, it is looking good so far. Hopefully there is spin off of Spartacus, would love to see a show about the Punic Wars and Hannibal or something
post #78173 of 98150
In the end, it is all about Saved by the Bell.
post #78174 of 98150
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Originally Posted by Severisth View Post
chances are very high, the "No Returns" bit means almost nothing to eBay/PayPal. All the buyer has to do is claim that it fits differently than was indicated and they'll most likely force you to accept the return, if the buyer decides to start a dispute that is.

Thanks for the info. Between this and fees eBay is an incredibly raw deal for sellers ffffuuuu.gif

post #78175 of 98150
Tried fighting it one time, ended up with negative feedback. eBay only cares about their buyers, despite all the income they generate from sellers. Customer service may actually agree with you, but it doesn't matter unless the buyer engages in obvious fraud. Refund the guy and move on. Not worth the negative feedback, considering nothing sells on B&S here.
post #78176 of 98150
if you try to fight it, you'll lose. ebay is the worst.
post #78177 of 98150
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Originally Posted by Urthwhyte View Post

Thanks for the info. Between this and fees eBay is an incredibly raw deal for sellers ffffuuuu.gif

It's the cost of a platform that gives your items an unmatched potential exposure.
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post #78179 of 98150
A good chunk of the money eBay makes is from final value fees, which don't exist without the buyers. It's a buyer-friendly site and a source of great frustration, but that's just the way it is.
post #78180 of 98150

These sat around for two months not selling, so the exposure wasn't all that great. It's what I get for trying to flip, I suppose. Will just accept the return if it comes to that and relist. Thanks again for all the replies.

 

On the topic of TV: I can't believe no one has mentioned Veep. One of the funniest things on TV right now, bar none.

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