eBay Telephone Number – Call: 0844 545 9982
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eBay Customer Service Number 0844 545 9982
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I'm so upset, I feel like I have been totally taken advantage of. I'd be really grateful if you could read through what has happened and tell me what I should do. Is there some way I can contact eBay?
17 April - I listed a jacket for sale
27 April - the buyer won the auction for £29.99
30 April - the buyer paid, and sent me a message saying they needed the jacket for Thursday and asked me to post it ASAP
1 May - I posted the jacket
9 May - the buyer requested to return the item because "it smelt very awful" (this was categorically not the case)
10 May - I replied politely saying that I don't accept returns, and I didn't know how the jacket could smell
11 May - wasn't sure if my message was received so sent another
23 May - getting impatient now! I asked eBay to step in, as buyer wasn't responding (clearly just trying it on with me)
23 May - within minutes I get an email saying "We reviewed this case and decided to ask the buyer to return the item to you using an eBay-provided postage label. If they use the label, the cost will be added to your next invoice." WHAT?!?!?!?!?!
So basically, this lady has worn my jacket to her event, decided to lie and try and return it, and eBay are now forcing me to refund her AND pay for the return postage?!
Do I have ANY way of stopping her getting an automatic refund? I'm not so bothered about having the money myself, but the thought of this lady having had free clothes for her event, at my expense, is sickening.
Now they have removed a listing.
Because I put a listing for a complete engine in the catergory: vehicles..... scooter parts ... complete engine
and not: vehicles... scooters ... yamaha
I am removing everything and shutting this down.
I posted on Shutl over a week ago to the GSP and i have not heard from GSP. Tracking seems very difficult and when i put in the Global reference it doesnt show the parcel has arrived. This is the first time i have used Shutl at it seems it may be the last as tracking seems to be useless and not tell me anything. I have used Hermes many many times without a problem so is this coincidence but its 8 days and counting and GSP dont appear to have received it Is there any other way of tracking this parcel or contacting the GSP. I have used Parcel to Go via Hermes before and tracking is so simple and precise tells you exactly where the parcel is yet at the moment it seems like my parcel doesnt exist. Can someone give me a run down of the basic tracking on Shutl as when i go to help pages it just advertises about shuttle just in case i am doing something wrong. thanks in advance[...]
I have been looking for an answer for a while without luck.
Can someone please tell me if storewide promotions (e.g. 10% off everything) apply to best offers?
So I make pre-cut vinyl for customers. A potential customer has contacted me via eBay message and requested a quote for a custom item they want to be made. I'm happy to do it, and simply need to see the artwork before I can quote a price.
I intend to then make a listing specifically for that customer that he can purchase through once I've done a quote and we've agreed on terms and price etc. The customer can then purchase, and pay by PayPal as per the norm.
I get the attached message from the potential customer. How am I supposed to proceed given eBay's draconian policies now? I expect to receive punishment now of course that the potential customer has used the word 'email' in a message to me, despite this being the first mention of how to get the document to me...