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jjoshua
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reply to signmeuptoo

Re: ebay: Item not as described, your advice?

Did they ship with tracking info? Claim that you never got it.

Otherwise, open a claim and neg them. If you don't want to return it to get a refund then don't.

H_T_R_N
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said by jjoshua:

Did they ship with tracking info? Claim that you never got it.

Otherwise, open a claim and neg them. If you don't want to return it to get a refund then don't.

Yes by all means commit postal fraud. How about determine first what you will be able to do if the purchase does not go as planned and work backwards from there. If you know that you are unable to ship an item back, buy locally. If you can not afford to throw away $25 don't send it to some stranger on the Internet and then bitch when you think the return process is to cumbersome.


jjoshua
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said by H_T_R_N:

Yes by all means commit postal fraud.

Hardly.

The seller is required to prove that the item was delivered. If they didn't ship with a tracking # then they can't prove it. Shame on them for not doing what they are supposed to do.

"I did not receive the item described in the auction."

H_T_R_N
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said by jjoshua:

said by H_T_R_N:

Yes by all means commit postal fraud.

Hardly.

The seller is required to prove that the item was delivered. If they didn't ship with a tracking # then they can't prove it. Shame on them for not doing what they are supposed to do.

"I did not receive the item described in the auction."

Accusing the seller of not shipping an item through the USPS when in fact he did is a crime. It is theft by deception and when the USPS is involved it can get really nasty.