eBay Telephone Number – Call: 0844 545 9982
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eBay Customer Service Number 0844 545 9982
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I sold a very lightweight item to a USA buyer.
He's a bad buyer and has opened a case with some fake reasons.
Can someone tell me how I can arrange a return?
The item sold is VERY light. In an envelope, the item gets sent as a letter.
Buyer (in Australia) secretly swapped the item and claim for full refund.
eBay Australia close the case while we still waiting the item to clear from Customs.
We never given second appeal after we had received the bag and confirmed the item had been swapped.
Contact eBay UK - they said they cannot involve because the transaction is made in Australia.
We're devastated with the decision made by eBay. [...]
Bought an item and the box was damaged in the mail (its a display box so is important).
Usually (as this has happened more recently) I message the seller and get offered either a discount or a full return.
This seller has on my first message said his feedback shows hes a good packager and he cant be held responsible for damage in transit (despite the fact he can claim for the damage), when i then asked if there was anything he could do he just replied 'no'
I would open a claim, follow it through and return it but I would much prefer to keep it as its a hard to find item for the price I wanted.
Is there a way I can ask for a partial refund without ebay seeing it as threatening him with poor feedback?
Alternatively could they have the feedback changed if I put (factually) 'Item damaged in transit, seller unwilling to help or refund"
As always.... thanks in advance 😀[...]
Buyer bought an item for £10
shipping was £4.50
it was international so he paid me £14.50 and the rest to gsp approx £10 (extortionate amount)
he didnt like it so I told him to keep the item and I would refund him
so I refunded him what he paid me £14.50
but buyer wants a refund of £24.50 which is what he paid
So where does that leave me?
I cant refund him the gsp money surely??[...]