I Sent eBay Buyer A couple Sunglasses, They Sent Me Back A Brick
Posted Aug 28 2012 2:52am
Someone bought a two of Cheap Oakley sunglasses from Nataly on eBay. That happens. Usually it is a good thing. The situation for Nataly could be that the buyer claimed to become unhappy and desired to return the sunglasses, although she stood a strict "no returns" policy. Because of eBay's strict pro-buyer stance, she was ordered to deliver the consumer a refund. Frequently, they sent her a package back. That package did not retain the sunglasses.
I sold a couple Cheap Sunglasses Oakley on Ebay along with the buyer planned to send them back although I listed no returns. We exchanged a few heated emails and Ebay ruled that we needed to refund the client.
I purchase a package today and rather then cheap original oakley sunglasses there was a brick in the package! I'm now out about $100 and Paypal states which i must refund the buyer within 3 days .! Really the only proof I've is the original weight in the package was 1lb as well as the returned package a weight of [5 lbs] written on it. I am aware that Ebay is notorious for not caring about sellers but can there be anything I can do?
Apart from sending proof of that discrepancy and also a photo of the brick in to eBay...certainly not. It is the company's marketplace, and their policies, originally made to protect buyers and instill confidence, have instead been exploited by savvy, cheap oakleys with free shipping.