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Suspicious (?) eBay auction 1 month 6 days ago #97

It's on the seller to deliver the promised goods. Considering the first shipment was, intentionally or not, a bait and switch - it's not your responsibility to resolve it. I recommend getting a refund from ebay. If you want to be especially nice to the guy, send photos of the envelope, etc but it isn't your responsibility to prove anything here.

I'm sure his next step will be to demand that you return the tokens you were sent - don't do anything on that front until ebay resolves everything and issues you a full refund. Ask ebay after you request a refund as to what you should do with the incomplete package that was sent to you.

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Suspicious (?) eBay auction 1 month 6 days ago #98

Fred K wrote: It's on the seller to deliver the promised goods. Considering the first shipment was, intentionally or not, a bait and switch - it's not your responsibility to resolve it. I recommend getting a refund from ebay. If you want to be especially nice to the guy, send photos of the envelope, etc but it isn't your responsibility to prove anything here.

I'm sure his next step will be to demand that you return the tokens you were sent - don't do anything on that front until ebay resolves everything and issues you a full refund. Ask ebay after you request a refund as to what you should do with the incomplete package that was sent to you.

Fred


Even though the seller isn't looking good so far in this interaction, I think the best approach is still to try to work out a resolution with the Seller (perhaps a partial refund to account for the missing tokens, or return of the tokens for a full refund). If a satisfactory resolution isn't worked out with the seller within a few days, then you can pursue a refund via eBay or PayPal (or your credit card company if you paid via credit card), and you can show that you made a good faith effort to resolve it with the seller before going to them.

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Suspicious (?) eBay auction 1 month 5 days ago #99

Lequinian wrote: so I agree with Matthew. eBay / Paypal seems the best way to go especially considering you already had to do so to get everything in the picture, but... to be pedantic, it looks like addressee can make a USPS claim within 60 days (presuming you have a proof of insurance).

Sources:
Either the person sending the mailpiece (Mailer) or the person receiving the mailpiece (Addressee) may file a claim for a damaged or missing article.

faq.usps.com/s/article/Domestic-Claims-The-Basics#Who_may_file_domestic_claim

and a 1st hand account: cashmoneylife.com/how-to-file-an-insurance-claim-with-usps/


Whoa! Good to know!

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Suspicious (?) eBay auction 1 month 5 days ago #100

none of my ebay auctions are suspicious.
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Suspicious (?) eBay auction 1 month 5 days ago #101

lazlo_hollyfeld1985 wrote: none of my ebay auctions are suspicious.


That is 100% accurate

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