I just issued you a full refund. I accidentally listed the same blazer twice, and this blazer was actually sold a week ago. I was going crazy trying to find it in my closet, and then I looked at my sold items and realized what happened. I am so sorry.
I find all of this to be more than a little peculiar, as I just asked you a question about the jacket on April 8th and you responded as to its condition. I also find it hard to believe that you "forgot" that you sold it so quickly.
The question you asked me did not require me to actually look at the jacket. You asked if it had any rips or tears. I always inspect each item when I'm listing it, so I knew right away that it didn't have any rips or tears, otherwise they would have been listed in the auction. As I told you, the jacket was accidentally listed twice, and below is a link to the first listing that sold before yours - you'll notice that it's the exact same jacket. Additionally, I've also attached two photos from my eBay app that clearly showed the jacket originally sold on 3/31. You can either be a gentleman and apologize for accusing me of something (although I have no idea why any seller would intentionally list something twice, only having to refund one of the buyers), or you can take the matter up with eBay.
I'm anxiously awaiting his reply.