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eBay Customer Service Number 0844 545 9982
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After some advice.
Sold a guitar pedal to a customer, and sent out the package 1st class. Tracking showed an attempted delivery.
Customer didn't find a delivery note, but discovered somehow that the pedal was being stored at local PO pick-up.
Customer never picked it up - now the pedal has been returned to the NRC.
I'm an idiot - i didn't put a return address on/in the package.
I've tried contacting the PO, and still working on that to try and get the package resent (unlikely i guess).
Where do i stand on refunds? I have sent the item, and delivery has been attempted. Customer is very vague and really dones't seem to bothered about replying to messages. And obviously wasn't bothered about picking up said item for over 20 days!
While i work on the PO, and maybe set up a claim for a lost item (if PO can't find it), what should I be looking to do? Never had this happen before.
If the customer wants a refund - which means I am out of pocket AND have lost an item - because they never picked up the item, is it their fault? is there something they can do to OFFICIALLY ask for a refund, rather than me just rolling over and giving them the money?
thanks in advance
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Seller just contacted me to apologise for really bad feedback which she says is a mistake and was meant for someone else. I've told her to amend it as it's damaging.
Anything else I can do as it's still up there?
Thanks in advance.[...]