eBay Telephone Number – Call: 0844 545 9982
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eBay Customer Service Number 0844 545 9982
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As above, check your recently renewed good till cancelled listings. As they are auto renewing, the photos, apart from the front one are all disappearing.
Have been on live chat this am about this, and was apparently the first to report. They apparently do not now have the remaining photos.
Look on listings page, then actually click on a listing to see if affected, as not immediately obvious.
Hope you have your photos still backed up!
Please report to make high priority.[...]
Buyer issued a SNAD claim which I believe to be completely unreasonable as the item included close-up photos clearly showing it was not as she apparently expected. I exchanged e-mails with ebay and was assured that when the time came, they would review the listing and make a fair decision.
At 0827 this morning I hit the button asking them to step in.
At 0835 they decided against me.
Am I seriously expected to believe that this system isn't automated? That within 8 minutes someone picked up that the case had been submitted, found my original listing, looked at the description and photos, compared them to the examples (of a different brand) provided by the buyer, assessed the whole case, made a decision and submitted that decision on the system.
Don't get me wrong, I knew it was highly unlikely that ebay would find in my favour, I know they 'automatically' side with the buyer even when the evidence is clear that they are simply using SNAD to get around the returns policy. But I simply do not believe that this decision was made by a real person looking at the details, it must be an automated system. In which case why do ebay continue to pretend that they give any consideration to their sellers, why not be upfront and say that the buyer is always right and we will automatically (literally!) find in their favour.[...]
Just received the message in my web browser that Ebay is not a secure site! I'm using Windows 10 Edge[...]
All my settings are for uk, even before I sign in items are in dollars.
Anyone else having this? [...]
I sent a low value item to Canada, with eBay estimated delivery date 23 May to 11 June. The buyer says the item has not arrived. Does the 30 day limit on claiming INR through eBay relate to the first date or the second date? The reason for asking is that I'd prefer the claim through eBay rather than PayPal but obviously will have now timed out if it is the first date. Item was 'small parcel' sent with Royal Mail International Standard. Many thanks.[...]