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I would seriously appreciate some advice on a refund.
I sold a Computer Tower. The buyer requested a refund for the reason 'did not turn on'. I accepted and covered the return costs.
Once I got it back and inspected the tower. Screws were added, moved around put in the wrong place, CPU cable was unplugged (Maybe why it doesn't turn on).
You are asking for a refund for something you caused by tamparing with the item. Once I plugged the cable back in the item worked.
But I had Original screws missing and had different ones put back in incorrectly which caused the whole tower to be rattling. Could have damaged the hard drives.
All I asked for was cover for the return. For losing my screws and changing the conditions of my item. Because he clearly tampared with it and suggested the item was faulty.
Am I in the wrong here? - My item works but I've not got it back in the same condition I sent in it. . The only defence he had was 'I added screws I had spare'. - Why would you add or change the item if you wanted a return?. Surely should sent it back in the same condition it arrived in. I feel he attampted to modifiy it and tried to blame me for it. If the item did not turn on I would accept it's my fault.
If he had just plugged it in and turned it on it woukd've worked. But he chose to open and mess with it first. Maybe forgot to plug the cable back in.
I just don't accept this bizzare return claim for something he clearly caused himself. I do have images that proof all the tampering he has done. Should I just let it go? - I always feel in any case [...]
I'm finding quite a lot of small items simply don't arrive. Its mainly fishing tackle items around a £1 to £3. In the last year I've had to open 8 cases for items that don't arrive. I wait a good week after but the sellers always say it's on the way.
I don't like doing this as most sellers are 100% honest, however, I do order a lot of stuff, in fact almost everything. Do you think the post is getting worse or is it somwething else?
I have an issue with a seeler, who will not respond, gist of issue is that I ordered 2 sheets, onlyn one arrived, after 5wks to and fro'ing with emails to seller, a pair of curtains arrived, which had to be signed for ( didn'y know what the were until courier had gone) consequnetly ebay belive I have received my order. Ebay passed me over to PayPal who insist I have have to pay for the items to be returned before they will refund the purchase price. HELP!!!!!![...]