I thought that was supposed to be the case too and I ended up quitting eBay over a 15 dollar holster.
It never arrived and the seller said, nope, we shipped it and tracking says it was delivered, sorry and eBay said, tough shit.
It arrived about 40 days later. Sure it was a USPS problem all along, but this was a business and they should have stood by it, after-all they used them.
I've had it happen before, get a replacement and a couple weeks later get the original. I always ship it back.
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|Seeker of Clarity|
Some of the eBay people source their wares once it HAS sold. Crazy, but it's a living I guess. or at least, a side business.
I had a situation just a week ago. Purchased a backpack. Paid that day. No communication. Wondered. Finally got a message saying life had gotten in the way. I asked him to ship so I could use the item for an upcoming trip. He did, and all is well. But, Amazon has spoiled us and I think made us expect the same from mere mortals.
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| Get my pies|
outta the oven!
Now, AFTER I register a complaint/open investigation with eBay that SUDDENLY I get tracking info and it's enroute?
This turd of a seller is getting ZERO feedback from me, I haven't blasted him with a negative feedback yet because I fear he will retaliate and give me one, and I've had ZERO negative feedback since joining eBay in 2000.
I half expect this "new in box" laptop to be anything but that...
|Man of few words|
Blast away. Sellers cannot give buyers negative feedback any longer. That is one of the things I did not like that eBay changed.
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