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post #46 of 51
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Originally Posted by chogall View Post




so he shipped the wrong item and took down pictures more than once?

I don't know about the shipping. But yes, he took down pictures repeatedly. It's clearly stated in the rules that it is not permitted to do so. There is a bounty of 10% of funds collected for anyone who turns him in should he try to circumvent the fine.
post #47 of 51
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No, they won't. They will tell the buyer to pay to ship it back with his own money.
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Not true. This is based on two previous personal experiences with filing Paypal disputes on ebay. The first dispute involved an "item not as described" - Paypal forced the seller to send me a prepaid UPS shipping label (by email, then I printed the label through my printer). In the second case, I paid for the return shipping but Paypal refunded my monies including return shipping costs. When working with Paypal, if you document and prove you have a strong case, they will accommodate the aggrieved buyer.
post #48 of 51
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Originally Posted by stylemeup View Post

No, they won't. They will tell the buyer to pay to ship it back with his own money.
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Not true. This is based on two previous personal experiences with filing Paypal disputes on ebay. The first dispute involved an "item not as described" - Paypal forced the seller to send me a prepaid UPS shipping label (by email, then I printed the label through my printer). In the second case, I paid for the return shipping but Paypal refunded my monies including return shipping costs. When working with Paypal, if you document and prove you have a strong case, they will accommodate the aggrieved buyer.

That's odd.

I also have experience winning SNAD disputes with eBAY/Paypal. The most recent was last August/September. After I won those disputes, eBAY/Paypal refused to force the seller to pay me the return shipping costs, or to pay those costs to me themselves.

They also told me that the buyer paying return shipping, even when he is not at fault, is an industry-wide standard.

I'm not sure why you had a different experience, but that's great in your case.
post #49 of 51
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I'm in Australia and waiting for a pair of C&Js that were posted to me from the UK on 12/12.

same here. posted a pair from AUT to san fran on 12/12, arrived 1/3.
post #50 of 51
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There is a bounty of 10% of funds collected for anyone who turns him in should he try to circumvent the fine.

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