I bought a pair of discount Lobbs from one of our usual Northampton suspects but it turned out to be the wrong size. He failed to state that they were "D" width so no wonder they were too tight. I requested a refund from the seller with no hard feelings, but I also requested that the seller pay for shipping to return the shoes as it was clearly his mistake. The sale was done over e-mail and Paypal and I have no protection whatsoever. Anyone have advice on how to make sure the seller sticks to a promise to pay for return shipping after I send the shoes? I already lose money because the credit card will charge currency conversion again to process a refund.