eBay Telephone Number – Call: 0844 545 9982
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eBay Customer Service Number 0844 545 9982
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I noticed today I have two orange blobs showing items were first scanned after the delivery window. Both are wrong and I have RM tracking which proves this. It seems I can only have 3 maximum so it's probably worth appealing these in case another one goes wrong.
Can anyone tell me - firstly how do I appeal as I can't find it. Secondly is it worth it or will it just be automatically refused?
Having paid £3.50 postage on an item it turned up with no postage paid so I had to pay more!
In fact Royal Mail demanded £3.95 for this!!!
When I told the seller she said she would refund the postage to me through Paypal if I gave her my e-mail address. However, e-bay do not allow people to exchange private e-mail adrresses so that was a no-go!!! I heard nothing more from her so I tried to complain to e-bay but there was no option that covered this event and no way I could contact e-bay that I could find, so I eventually gave up in disgust!
No doubt someone out there has a solution - I'd love to hear from them - or to have e-bay contact me and either tell me what I vcould have done or what they can do about it![...]
My account is on its knees. Im a bad seller, whenever I get my account back to above average I am knocked down to below average. My negative on my account is seen as valid even though a buyer bought a bundle of stuff, 2 weeks after reminding me one part of the bundle was defective then purchased his own replcement (and more) and tried to hold me ransom for the fees for this (despite me offerring to send replacement piece). When I didnt match his required amount he negged me. Ebay agreed with him that its fine to do that.
So.. now, any kind of complaint, even like today I get the "ebay states that the economy posting should have been here in 3 days" I just refund. zero point .
Ive refunded several people today even if its just a mild quibble.. like one guy who failed to read my description and look at photos and look at the very clear READ DESCRIPTION.. i know i cant challenge stupidity . Hassle gone. This is how ebay wants to operate. Just send people items, they can have them for free..
SOmeone give me a job before i totally lose it.. 6 years on this account means NOTHING to ebay. I cant even get my money back having won an appeal. Its depressing and ridiculous..[...]
Hi, last week I saw a Polaris ATV listing (Item 182776816425) - I made some enquiries but as no mreply received I didn't bid/ A couple of days after auction end I received an email from seller advising that sale fell through. After receiving answers to my questions (including how to pay - 'upon receipt of Ebay Invoice', I agreed to buy. I paid £4200 (bank transfer) against what I thought was a genuine Ebay Invoice - turned out to be a fake! My stupidity... However would now like to report matter to Ebay as my episode must in some way be linked to the original listing. I can't find a away of doing this as everything seems to be linked to PayPal, Any thoughts?[...]
Hi guys, I need a bit of advice. I have sold an item and clearly listed the fact that it doesnt include a certain part, but that I have included a different part that performs the same function and works perfectly.
The buyer has requested a refund stating that the item doesnt work and leaving me with a choice. Do I wait and agrue my case with eBay as the buyer is clearly lying and the item has been correctly described. Or do I accept the return?[...]