Sold a shirt after extensive conversation about lowering the price. I lowered it and sent him the shirt. The tracking info still sells "out for delivery". He's opened a case stating the shirt does not match description. AS IF I could miss the measurement by 2 inches! Things like this make me wonder how Ebay can justify not being able to leave negative feedback for buyers. WTF?
He sent me pictures a few minutes later that don't really look like the same shirt I sent him.
That blows. I think ebay is changing the policy that if you win a dispute, the buyer cant give you any feedback. When i can, i put pictures of a measuring tape up against the clothes and include them in the pictures.
The best solution is to accept returns. Charge an extra $.50 for shipping on every item to cut your shipping cost if you have to pay to return an item.
Turned into my first negative feedback... I've reported the buyer for violating the TOS. We'll see how this goes.
Anyways... Yeah, I've thought about returns, but I really don't want to. I charge an extra buck usually on shipping, just because my time going to the post office is worth something. That "sort of" makes up for the occasional scammer. Oh well, at least I made a healthy profit on the other three things I got positive feedback for today.