I just got off the phone with Ebay customer service. She said that since I sold over 150 items on ebay I am no longer covered for return fraud. The buyer purchased an item from me and sent back a different item.
I provided pictures for evidence but in the end I was forced to refund the buyer. Luckily this was only a $10 item. But what if it was a expensive item? Ebay will allow buyers to get away with robbery? Link to topic.
Editors note: Ebay profits on fees charged to sellers for a successful sale (FVF) not counting initial listing, picture, reserve, etc fees. Sellers are sacrificed to please the buyer. Buyer gets money back and might buy another item. That's more fees in the company till.
How did a company founded on trust turn into such a fraud?
@AskeBay A buyer recently committed buyer protection fraud to have me forced to honor a return, when he returned the item he did so without including the bundled items or original accessories. How is this fair to me? I now have an item that is relatively useless, and no money.
— MikesDailyGamin (@gaming_mdg) April 13, 2018
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