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Posted 08-13-2012 at 03:53 PM by ted_chou12

Fuck Ebay!

I sold an item on Ebay two months ago, the buyer didn't liked it, and ebay authorized a refund without my permission. But there is a $7.20 charge on my credit card for the item sold fee. Now ebay ask money from me.

Two weeks ago, I decided to trust Ebay and decided to issue a reimbursement of $100 dollars in TOTAL. The ebay agent told me I could get my $7.20 back thru some kind of transaction procedure but NOT directly. I trusted him cause he promised me. Now I have to pay ebay the refund $100 and a $7.20 charge for the item being sold. Where is the justice? If this is all I get for trusting Ebay, next time I will walk away with that money. If you have the same kind of situation, DO NOT TRUST EBAY!
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    But what do their terms of conditions say w.r.t this problem?
    Posted 08-13-2012 at 09:32 PM by TheIndependentAquarius TheIndependentAquarius is offline
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    My brother set up a PayPal account for eBay that is linked to a savings account which is *NOT* linked to any of his other bank/charge accounts. That way when (and note I said "when", not "if") ebay/paypal decides to do something bad/incorrect/corrupt with his account, they will have very little to screw with (he figures when he gets paid for an item, he'll simply remove the transferred money *immediately* so thay have little to no funds around to screw him out of).
    Posted 08-15-2012 at 07:14 PM by jelabarre59 jelabarre59 is offline
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    Great idea - but then... The bank gets their turn as well. They will allow paypal to submit the transaction,
    charge your account an overdraft fee , and then return an nsf (non sufficient funds) notice to paypal
    , which then allows them to levy more fees. Ask me how I know about this, and why I would rather not!
    Posted 08-19-2012 at 09:54 AM by bgovan bgovan is offline
 

  



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