10 Jul 2018 13:44
Bought some jeans which were marked as posted 1st class signed for and should've arrived Tues/Weds last week. Still haven't turned up, no tracking info, and seller not responding to messages (he was quick to reply before though).
Too soon to escalate with eBay, or should I leave it a little longer?
10 Jul 2018 15:01
I would have been on to them last Thursday.
posted 14 Jul 2018 12:31, edited 14 Jul 2018 12:31
Pair of Lemtosh frames.
They're not terrible fakes as it goes but I have no idea if they'd survive the glazing process.
14 Jul 2018 13:06
I'm getting annoyed with products on eBay that are defined as being sold by a UK seller, but are shipped from China, particularly if I want something relatively quickly.
24 Jul 2018 19:01
So I’ve sent something back for a refund the seller has agreed to through Ebay. Royal Mail tried to deliver, he said he couldn’t pick up from his local depot and booked a redelivery for today which I’ve just seen has been missed again.
What’s the crack if he just keeps ignoring delivery attempts or doesn’t bother picking it up? Is there any way to inform eBay about this ?
24 Jul 2018 20:44
Think you just need to supply tracked proof that you've returned it. You should be entitled to the refund even if he doesn't pick it up and it sits in the delivery office
25 Jul 2018 06:00
People that ask when you are going to ship seconds after paying are well annoying.
Wonder if they do the same to shops?
25 Jul 2018 06:01
Also people offering 5.00 less than reasonable BIN prices.
25 Jul 2018 08:39
Was in tkmaxx the other day. Chinese woman in front of me was returning like 30 items with like 1000 receipts stored in a ring binder.
Risk-free reselling is probably a nice little earner if you've got the guile to do that many returns every week.
I'm irrationally wracked with guilt doing a single return.
13 Nov 2018 09:31
Sold an old Edwin jumper for 19 quid.
Description was "Worn but good condition. No stains or defects."
It wasn't shrunk or stretched and it didn't have any stains or holes. It did have bobbles on the wool like you'd expect from a second hand item.
Guy is requesting a return saying not as described.
Is it worth me fighting this? Can you ever win? "Good" is a pretty subjective description
13 Nov 2018 16:39
You pretty much can't win in these sorts of disputes unless you can get the buyer to change their mind
13 Nov 2018 18:24
What's their reason for 'not as described'? the bobbling or something else?
13 Nov 2018 18:55
"more wear than I expected"
13 Nov 2018 19:26
yeah that might be hard to dispute
13 Nov 2018 19:27
£19. You'd be lucky to get some non brand in a charity shop for that the cheeky sod. Was it an Edwin Wyatt?