As the headline read. Received a return request, from a "Reseller" almost 20 days after delivery. Claiming the train was "damaged". Now mind you, I don't mind returns at all. But this has illegitimate all over it, and by God. "How do you break Lego"??? Please see images for the story. An the obvious, break the bottom off and take a few pics. Like the sellers an idiot lol. You can't make this **** up lol. "Broken lego" while a pristine box, is in the back ground. Already, called Ebay and both support agents were in disbelief. Hopefully, by Thursday this is closed. I don't care about $100, but the principle and irony.
Good evening. I’ve been selling on EBay for about 12 years, and had a return in which seems like a “no-brainer” denial from the return case side of EBay. I sold an older film camera and lens, that I had no means of testing for $40 or so shipped. I noted the condition as “For Parts, or not working” for every camera I receive, most of the time. My policy is always “No returns accepted” in return policy section. Folks are happy, and say they work fine but I protect myself obviously.
Well, I get multiple messages from the buyer (whom is a huge camera reseller) that the item wasn’t functioning and “can’t be repaired ”. I sold about a dozen cameras, and went to my listing and saw I put the title reflective as Condition, and the Condition box “for parts or not working”. I just spent 35 mins on the phone with EBay, and they kept saying you’ll have to accept return, no matter the reason. Even if Correctly noted and documented. Even if buyers remorse was in play. They stated, I could call them on delivery of the item and they would escalate.
I sell a lot of for parts items, and so on. I don’t really have returns in the hundreds of sales a week, but is this a new policy? Seriously? I have no issue, accepting returns but this one? Is obviously a reseller, whom used a bot or something and thought they’d get a $200 tested camera with lens for 40 dollars shipped.
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