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I am getting different MC139 Unauthorized transaction alerts.
I'm selling digital game codes but shipping a physical copy to the buyer to protect myself.
The MC139 alert does not tell me if I lost my money or not...I checked my Paypal and it still isn't refunded.
Will I lose my money? Also can't find any way to fight this or answer this. The message is only like:
"Unautorized transaction from xxx so the transaction has been cancelled. You can not reply to this email." Very informative I must say....[...]
I only fairly recently became aware of this and became very concerned about my privacy as a business and individual/sole trader.
With all the concern about what amounts to petty issues of data protection that mean that some of us don't even communicate with past customers ... I'm rsurprised that eBay allow 3rd party websites to publish specific sales data of any seller on eBay.
My thoughts are:
Regardless of whether they are selling or giving it away, Is it legal? In general, does a business have a right to privacy? Remember it was not easy to get the BBC to publish salary details, and was only pushed into giving the detail because it's a public company. As far as I'm aware, privately owned businesses are under no obligation to share specific accounting data with anyone other than HMRC in form of a tax return, of whoever can gain a warrant for the information. Yet eBay allow a 3rd party to publish info that they do not publish themselves.
If not a legal requirement to publish your 'books' online, is there an opt-out? In the past I've asked eBay and they said bluntly that they share this information with 3rd party websites.
Morally, is this right? There is value in seeing what a similar item has sold for. But is linking that to a record of every sale on a specific platform really right? If it's a trade off, I think I'd rather have my privacy than the ease a seeing what a similar item sold for. After all, this info is available on 'sold listings' searches.
Why do eBay do this through a 3rd party? It seems evasive for eBay not to publish the data themselves, but to do it through a 3rd party.
Are eBay selling this [...]
Is there anyone out there who can help me?
We started selling insulin syringes with needles on E-bay and for 2 weeks had very good sales and feedback.
There were many other sellers with similar items so it never crossed our minds that it was a restircted item until E-bay removed our listing and threatened to ban us.
We sell other products and do not want to jepordise these as we have been on for years.
We believe another seller reported us and other sellers as there were a few removed at the same time.
My problem is you can go on other countries, such the USA and Germany and they are full of sellers selling Insulin Syringes with needles and some of them even use the same pictures that we used.
One seller based in Germany is on the UK site and has never been removed.
E-bay told me that the rules are the same for every country so why do some countries just seem to not bother with some listings and why is one seller in particular on the UK site while eveyone else has been removed?
Am I missing something here?
I recently sold her a couple of hundred pounds worth of scented candles. I don't make them, I was simply downsizing my collection. They were all 100% genuine and brand new with hidden jewels in them. The buyer has now opened a case stating that all 11 candles had no smell whatsoever and that the jewels were clearly not new (despite being tagged, bagged and hidden half way down the candle). She is demanding a full refund even though she has used all the candles and removed all the jewels. Is it likely eBay will believe her story and make me refund her? Having been using the same brand candles for over a year I know for a fact that they all have a scent. Certain ones smell stronger than others but they all definitely smell. Said person has even made a YouTube video reviewing some of the candles (ones she bought before the ones off me) saying how strong & highly scented they are. Two of the ones she has reviewed are the exact same scent I recently sold her. If she had messaged me after being disappointed with the first one or two candles I would have asked her to return the rest and refunded her but she didn't. She chose to use all the candles and therefore make them worthless to me. It would be extremely unfair if ebay ruled in her favour as I will be out 11 Candles and almost £200 but I know ebay aren't always the best at looking after sellers. So frustrated!! [...]