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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by HansderHund, Jul 27, 2012.
That's an easy slam dunk. Call PayPal.
Thanks. Does he need to call them, or just wait and see?
Call, thats a no brainer. First attach a screenshot of the FB saying he got it.
What Spoo said. You never want to just "wait and see" in a situation like this. It's best to be aggressive in dealing with these types of lowlife scammers.
Good. the one and only time Ive got scammed (in 2007) was on Gumtree. Asshole.
Also, for everything, you HAVE to call or you will never, ever win. They auto-side with the buyer on anything you try to email. I've even emailed evidence WHILE on the phone.
I hate eBay so much:
When a user goes to my auctions, they see a box instead of the whole description now:
Then I read this article http://www.ecommercebytes.com/2017/10/17/ebay-limits-descriptions-non-compliant-listings/
Is there a way to fix all of these?
WT actual F??
I was wondering what that’s all about. Now the want plain text descriptions??? They really need to stop fucking with sellers.
I didn't even know there was a "remove all photos" option. My solution was to hold the shift key and click "duplicate listing", which makes an identical listing, only without any photos. Then delete the first listing. But, yeah, don't need to do that anymore!
OK basic question (I guess), I'm thinking of moving to Basic Store (soon) for listings (from just the 50 free). I went through the Fee illustrator and ran some simulations and it looks good. But I'm wondering if I should start with a fresh account. Most of that eBay feed back was from things unrelated to clothing/shoes or personal purchases.
The benefits I see are:
Keeping my menswear thrifting hobby separate from any other finances.
Having a separate PayPal account with debit card to keep easy track of sales/purchases/profits etc.
Using my regular account for the odd random item or three I might sell.
Drawback: 0 Feedback.
If you start from scratch on a new account, ebay would likely limit either the number of items you can sell per month or the $ value of items you can sell per month (I think everyone starts at $500 or so). Maybe those restrictions could be waived if you get a store right away, but you might want to ask them first.
thats not true.
I had a case like this a few months ago and they sided with me.
It was a pair of Outlier pants I sold...months later they make a PP claim saying it wasnt them.
PP sided with me and I didnt even do anything.
Why not keep your current account as your primary account and create a new one for the random stuff/purchases? I don't think most people pay attention to what the feedback is for unless it's negative. You can always change your current user name, if you'd like.
Separate names with a comma.