How can I get my money back from a fake item I've bought on ebay?
since ebay doesn't settle anymore buyer claim,only through paypal/
Paypal claim dept doesn't help,if the seller take the money and close all account with ebay & paypal ,
what is my other option?
Please help,thank you
Oh ok this has happened to me b4 and i got my money back so listen up whtever bank you have contact them and explain to them the situation i prefer if u can and if ur bank lets u to create an online accnt and then form there just file a dispute online its much faster (thts wht i did and got a $150 back. and if u cant do it over the net just call the bank up and tell them give them the user name of the guy and his paypal sn. if they say that contact paypal keep arguing and tell them that paypal wont do it becasue the guy ran with ur money
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According to the Paypal process when you file a claim for an item that is significantly not as described, you must return the item at your cost in order for Paypal to issue a refund for the amount you paid, not the return shipping costs. You have 10 days to provide Paypal with a tracking number. Paypal doesn't allow you to post a reply. You send the item back or in 10 days the claim is closed.
Buyers are being forced to pay to received goods the seller didn't described accurately, and in some cases, honestly.
I think that is wrong.
When you can prove that an item is significantly not as described, then Paypal should refund your entire costs of the item including shipping both ways. Sellers can take advantage of Paypal's forcing buyers to pay for return shipping.
If a buyer doesn't like something or changes their mind, and wants to return it, then the return shipping should be paid by the buyer.
please be careful. if you want to transact business via the internet and the terms are like that, dont just trust them that if they already received the item they will send you the money. don't ever believe people like that unless you'd be meeting in one place wherein you will give the object and the other person will hand over the money to you.
As i see to what you have told us here, this is clearly a scam.
Please be careful. Dont ever trust easily just like that. Follow your instincts.
First check if there is an item number (12 digits) and if there is then locate it on eBay.com or at motors.ebay.com. Check if there's a listing like that. You will need to log in to your eBay account so that you can bid or buy it now the item. If you don't have an eBay account, then you need to create one.
If you see the item in a different site, do not continue. eBay will not cover that item under the buying protection if it's not listed on their site.
Here's how the REAL transactions work on eBay:
1. buyer sees the item listed on eBay 2. buyer buys/bids on the item ( Checking an reading the item description with an understanding of the item that they want to purchase) 3. buyer wins item (the buyer can now request the phone number of the seller if the buyers has concerns about the item.) 4. buyer's name appears as winner on the listing 5. item number appears in "Items Won" in buyer's My eBay page 6. seller sends an invoice 7. buyer pays the seller (buyer does not pay eBay) 8. seller ships item/ buyer picks up item
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PS: Also, do not send check, money order, wire or bank transfer. Check eBay's Accepted Payment methods.
You can provide the info BUT your transaction won't be covered under Ebay / Paypal's Seller Protection policy.
So if your buyer sends you some Paypal money and you ship the item, he can just turn around and take the money back and claim the item was never sent. You won't be protected, meaning you'll lose your item and the money so be careful!
Notify the seller about the broken items. Between you and the seller you'll need to determine if the items were broken by the shipper. If so, the seller will file a claim for the broken items. It's up to the seller whether he refunds you prior to the claim being approved. I usually refund as soon as possible. If the seller is unresponsive and/or he did not purchase shipping insurance then you'll nee to file a claim with eBay's New Buyer Assurance. Good luck