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post #8611 of 15870
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Originally Posted by capnwes View Post
 

It's a chargeback. Paypal didn't tell you what you need to do?

 

You need to go to the open dispute on your paypal account and upload the evidence that you shipped where you were supposed to based on the transaction info.

 

Email confirmation of the shipping label purchased, including the address

Screenshot of the matching address on the ebay transaction page.

Screenshot of the delivery confirmation, showing delivery status.

Screenshot of the matching address on the paypal transaction page.

 

Once you prove that you shipped to the verified address, paypal should cover the chargeback in the event that the credit card company approves it. That is what Seller protection is all about.

You only have a few days to upload the info, so get cracking. After about 10-15 days you should get an email from paypal saying they have covered it. The case may remain open on your account for 2 to 3 months until the issue is resolved between the CC company and paypal.

 

Not sure when the money will get refunded to you though. As a high volume seller, I've reached a chargeback protection plateau that prevents automatic fund removal or holds on funds for these cases.

The rep from Paypal wasn't the most helpful and I had a work presentation that I had to get ready for.  The above is great, thanks so much.

post #8612 of 15870
OK. I just set up the 5FT 5" TALL MALE MANNEQUIN JERSEY COVERED PINNABLE DRESS FORM W/BASE bought from ebay. $79 shipped after a quick OBO negotiation. I will echo the opinions of others in this thread. Now that I have this thing I can't believe that I have been farting around for so long with that plastic half shell piece of junk with the hanger on the top. I expect that this pays for itself 50 times this year.

Here is a question. What color/collar type shirt and type of tie do you use? I don't particularly want to be changing it on a regular basis. What is the best all around combination for a set and forget mannequin?
post #8613 of 15870
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Originally Posted by Steve Smith View Post

OK. I just set up the 5FT 5" TALL MALE MANNEQUIN JERSEY COVERED PINNABLE DRESS FORM W/BASE bought from ebay. $79 shipped after a quick OBO negotiation. I will echo the opinions of others in this thread. Now that I have this thing I can't believe that I have been farting around for so long with that plastic half shell piece of junk with the hanger on the top. I expect that this pays for itself 50 times this year.

Here is a question. What color/collar type shirt and type of tie do you use? I don't particularly want to be changing it on a regular basis. What is the best all around combination for a set and forget mannequin?

I might have to get this too...
post #8614 of 15870
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Atleast you don't have a 4... It's awful.
[/quote]Ditto
post #8615 of 15870
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Originally Posted by Steve Smith View Post

OK. I just set up the 5FT 5" TALL MALE MANNEQUIN JERSEY COVERED PINNABLE DRESS FORM W/BASE bought from ebay. $79 shipped after a quick OBO negotiation. I will echo the opinions of others in this thread. Now that I have this thing I can't believe that I have been farting around for so long with that plastic half shell piece of junk with the hanger on the top. I expect that this pays for itself 50 times this year.

Here is a question. What color/collar type shirt and type of tie do you use? I don't particularly want to be changing it on a regular basis. What is the best all around combination for a set and forget mannequin?

 

 

 I use a white dress shirt with a pre-tied bow tie. The shirt is a Turnbull & Asser shirt that has some stains across the chest that aren't visible under a jacket.

post #8616 of 15870
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Originally Posted by Steve Smith View Post

OK. I just set up the 5FT 5" TALL MALE MANNEQUIN JERSEY COVERED PINNABLE DRESS FORM W/BASE bought from ebay. $79 shipped after a quick OBO negotiation. I will echo the opinions of others in this thread. Now that I have this thing I can't believe that I have been farting around for so long with that plastic half shell piece of junk with the hanger on the top. I expect that this pays for itself 50 times this year.

Here is a question. What color/collar type shirt and type of tie do you use? I don't particularly want to be changing it on a regular basis. What is the best all around combination for a set and forget mannequin?

Link to mannequin seller on the bay?
post #8617 of 15870
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Originally Posted by sparrow View Post


Did u buy it? That's a pretty cool piece

 

For the price, I might have bought if it was my size. It wasn't cheap enough to buy to flip.

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post #8619 of 15870
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Originally Posted by Ace_Face View Post

Link to mannequin seller on the bay?

Cut and paste search?
post #8620 of 15870
Quote:
Originally Posted by Steve Smith View Post

OK. I just set up the 5FT 5" TALL MALE MANNEQUIN JERSEY COVERED PINNABLE DRESS FORM W/BASE bought from ebay. $79 shipped after a quick OBO negotiation. I will echo the opinions of others in this thread. Now that I have this thing I can't believe that I have been farting around for so long with that plastic half shell piece of junk with the hanger on the top. I expect that this pays for itself 50 times this year.

Here is a question. What color/collar type shirt and type of tie do you use? I don't particularly want to be changing it on a regular basis. What is the best all around combination for a set and forget mannequin?

I do a semi-spread/point collar white shirt with a textured navy tie (this one), and that works for 95% of suits and SCs. I also just recently cut the arms off the shirt so I wouldn't have to bother pinning them out of the way or something.
post #8621 of 15870
Read through most of the thread, but I apologize if this has been covered before:

Sold a Willis and Geiger vest - buyer now claims it is not Willis and Geiger, and is in fact Lands End, because it was manufactured in China after the buy out (it has WG tags and is 100% a WG piece), and has left negative feedback

I reply that the item is Willis and Geiger, regardless of the provenance and corporate ownership of the company.

After half an hour on the phone, I still can't reach an Ebay rep. Is there anything I can do besides continue calling?
post #8622 of 15870
There is an option for them to call you back. Sounds pretty clear cut that you're right by what you wrote.
post #8623 of 15870
Had a buyer who won an auction, didn't pay, and 4 days later sent, "I´m really sorry, I need to cancel this buy. Sorry"

I sent a cancellation request, and replied, "No problem, I have sent a cancellation request. Please review and accept it. Please bid again some other time!"

Buyer still hasn't responded to the cancellation request, and I've send two reminders. What happens now?
post #8624 of 15870

My issue of the day...

 

Buyer won a shirt at auction. Paid within an hour of the end of the auction. I was packaging the item within an hour and noticed a few stains that I hadn't mentioned in the listing, though they are clearly visible in the picture. I sent a message politely stating that I'd found stains and that they were visible in the picture and asked if he still wanted the shirt. No response. I sent another message today. I'd really rather deal with not shipping the shirt than sending and having him open a case against me. How many days in do I request to cancel the transaction?

post #8625 of 15870
I can see the buyer's frustration: the listing does not show the tag that states its country of origin, I too would have assumed that this was from WG's glory days, not its days at Lands End.

I'm not saying that warrants a neg, though. Did he message you before leaving feedback?
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