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So a buyer has sent us a message after nearly 45 days saying they want to return the item as it is allegedly faulty after the 2nd time of using.
Now we told them as its been over 30 days we can't accept a return back.
She has threatened to report us to trading standards.
Now are we under an obligation to accept this return despite being well over 30 days? [...]
It installed quickly and painlessly. Presumably as a result of disconnecting from the internet before commencing installation, there was no nagging to use a Microsoft account.
An incredible number of privacy-related settings needed attention, and the default was invariably the least private setting. Still, it got itself installed.
Nice and quick despite just one gig of RAM.
Until it wasn't.
Apart from the privacy concerns, W10 seems to specialise in deciding for itself when it will launch tasks, even resource-heavy ones. It ran an antivirus scan - first I knew of this was its smug announcement that it had done so.
A pop-up demanded that I check my privacy settings (at least one of which now mysteriously favoured lower privacy) so that it could prepare for an update to the Creator Edition (or something like that.) The pop-up wouldn't go away until the user (me) had obediently done Microsoft's bidding.
It's cruising for a bruising...
The browsers were configured (as are all browsers, I suppose) for the least private settings - allowing third party cookies, location reporting and so on. Again - at least these could be configured prior to connecting to the internet.
It was hard to find Internet Explorer. They really want you to use Edge.
An extra half a gig of RAM seemed to ease the slow-down briefly, but not for long. System interrupts and something called Windows Module Installer Worker seemed to be the chief culprits. A bit of a search suggested a restart. I told it to restart.
About twenty minutes ago. It's hanging on, "Getting Windows ready. Don't turn off your computer."
Not just grammatically dodgy, but infuriating, and if it isn't done by bedtime, it's just getting turned off. Why on earth not prompt users on shut down/restart to either let it go ahead with whatever it's planning, or to defer this until a [...]
Why does the mobile app only give option of Best Offer with Buy It Now?
I listed an item last niht and then had to revise it on PC to remove best offer and reduce the listing time to 7 days. Tonight I wanted to add another photo and some detail to description, so did that on the app. In doing so, the app has automatically reverted the listing back to Best Offer![...]
Hi, I've been selling for a few months, luckily with limited problems. However, I had someone buy three items off me a while ago, and she's not paid for them. We were in contact and she kept assuring me she would pay, however she hasn't and I now know that I've left it too late to sort things out via the resolution centre - totally my own fault and a lesson learned! I know have three items in limbo as I can't cancel them, and I know she's not going to pay, so what can I do? Is it possible to just relist them? Any advice gratefully received, thank you.[...]
So, this is my first time posting but I wanted to ask the community for advice. I've been selling on eBay as a business seller for 5 months now, I sell unlocking services for mobile phones, the majority are iPhone's. I have over 100 listings for different models and different networks. So far, I have sold just over 10,000 items and about Â£100,000 worth.
Today my listings started to get removed from eBay for apparent Brand Name Misuse. At first 3 items were removed and the email stated that instead of listing the items as "Apple iPhone Factory Unlock Service" I should instead list as "Factory Unlock Service for Apple iPhone". I called the relevant team and was told it was because I used the word Apple in the title so I revised a few listings to comply.
A short while after 5 more of my listings were removed and this time the email said it was because I had used the word iPhone in the title which was brand name misuse. Again, I called eBay and was told that I cannot use the word Apple or iPhone in the title even though it's unlocking service for Apple iPhone's!
Again, I revised a few listings and again another 6 or 7 were removed. This time I spoke to a manager at eBay and was told at first that unlocking services are not allowed on eBay and therefore all my listings will be removed. A second call and I was told by another manager that mobile phone unlocking is illegal and that is why they were removed.
I thought I would ask the community as every time I call I get a different answer from eBay, no-one seems to know why my listings are being removed. If you just [...]