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I purchased a new dash cam DVR from a business seller on Ebay which arrived sealed but drop shopped from Amazon.
The dash cam was a defective product ( LCD screen failed) So I opened a MBG using doesn't work / defective.
Recieved a return shipping label for : Amazon customer returns, Scottish distribution center. Plus the sender address was a london one? Not mine or the sellers business returns address showing on the purchased item page.
Question1) I'm not a Amazon Customer so should I be sending this directly back to Amazon? When It was purchased from eBay and.using the MBG for returning.
(2) The sender address shown on the return label is not mine and neither the sellers return shown on there listing, I guess the address given which is a prominent London one is off the type used just as a company registered address only which wouldn't in anyway be involved in accepting ebay returns using MBG, I'm guessing when it arrives at Amazon CS it will be rejected by Amazon as they won't have clue why it's arrived to them and they will return to the shown sender? address would also be rejected also as I suspect it would be just a letter box drop.[...]
Is a full refund given (or do I refund just for item and not the postage costs , as Seller paid for the postage that means I will be minus the postage costs if I return all funds ?!)
What's the policy on this ? [...]
Thank you . [...]
I bought an item and when it was delivered the item was totally useless. Seller disagreed when I brought it to his attention. I duly opened a case and ebay foud in my favour and issued a label for me to return. The item weighs in at almost 7kg, so the label I was issued was useless. I contacted eBay and the put my case on hold for a further 5 days and said something along the lines of the seller needs to send you funds or another prepaid label that will allow this item to be returned.
Since then I have heard nothing from the seller. I now have a 7kg paperweight.
What happens now? In the case it says....''Please send the item back by'' and no date nothing and underneath that it says...''Print a return postage label or get your own and add tracking details within 0 days of dispatching the item. We'll send a refund when tracking shows that the item has been delivered.''
When I go to the ''Print Label'' button it is just the original 0-2kg return label.
I am at a loss as I fear this case will time out and NOT in my favour.
I'm aware this is possibly going to be a case of tough luck but i'll try the experts and see what you guys say. To explain the situation i'll have to mention what i actually bought -
I ordered a drinks bottle to replace my old one for the gym. When i got it all seemed well until i took a drink and it keps chucking water over me. I wasn't drinking any differently to how i did with other bottles i've had. This was sold as a leakproof bottle.
I contacted the seller and after a bit of back & forth they basically said that i'm tilting the bottle too far as it must be leaking via the air hole and i need to drink from it like i would do a cup.
ATEOTD it's a sports bottle not a china tea cup you sip delicately from. If i'd known there was a hole in the lid i wouldn't have bothered with it. My last one never had a hole in the lid (different brand) and advertised as leak proof i'd expect it to be pretty well sealed. I'm not being excessive by standing on my head and having the thing totally upside down. I'm just drinking from it like what i'd consider to be normal.
Now i'm not wanting a product for free. It's no good to me if it's throwing water over me but i know due to what it is it can't be resold, or at least i'd hope they wouldn't try pass off a used bottle.
I'm just wondering where i stand with this. To me it's not fit for purpose really but that's just my opinion. It cost a fair bit for a bottle to be honest so if it was just [...]