On 10 April 2018 at 17:11, Clint Jay <cjaysh...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Sad to say I think I was right, the listings have been pulled already and
> the seller now has zero items for sale.
The listing has not been pulled. Yes the seller has 0 to sell, but because
he has sold out of the 100. I still have the purchase in my purchase
history, and no messages from eBay about fraud.
> Get those paypal refund cases logged.
One would need to wait until they don't arrive. Luckily they were not much.
Then it is better to complain to eBay first. If you don't get any
satisfaction from eBay, then you can go to PayPal. But by going directly to
PayPal, you will have lost the chance to get a refund via eBay. So the
sensible order to try to get refunds is
3) Chargeback on credit card.
Never advance to stage PayPal unless you have exhaused attempts at eBay.
Never make a chargeback unless you have exhaused atttempts at both eBay and
Sometimes it can be a bit of an uphill struggle to get refunds from eBay
for dodgy sellers, but in this case it should be fairly easy if the goods
don't arrive. On the off-chance they do, we have scored well.
Clint. M0UAW IO83
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