18184Re: Massive die gouge or a fake?
- Sep 1, 2007Sometimes you just have to do it. A matter of priciple. I have given
and rcvd 2 negatives from sellers who either misrepresented their
item or never sent it. One of them is no longer registered (big
surprise) and the other changed his user name. Still, the negatives
they gave me for questioning their business practices remain.
--- In email@example.com, "Jeff"
> For the small outlay of money, as you pointed out, it probably isn't
> worth the headaches pursuing a refund with Pay-Pal.
> Not to belay the topic further, I did get a full Refund, including
> shipping from my own mistake with the counterfeit IHC from a few
> months ago. The seller was a wise-ass, and a crook in the truest
> sense and we certainly exchanged negative comments.
> Something else I learned, if the Pay-pal logo states in an auction
> that it is covered up to $2,000.00, they are good for up to that
> amount (in case anyone ever has to go this route for a return). I
> credited in full after they ruled in my favor, (over $400.00).An
> Even now with all of it resolved, the bitter after-taste of my
> experience promises to linger long after.
> Experience is a hard teacher, no doubt.
> -- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Mike Diamond"
> <mdia1@> wrote:
> > Yeah, especially since the seller refused to provide a refund.
> > exchange of negative feedbacks is unavoidable. Still, it wasworth the
> > small gamble. I've made bigger blunders.
> > --- In email@example.com, "Jeff"
> > <jylitalo@> wrote:
> > >
> > > Bummer
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