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#41 Gordo

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Posted 13 July 2017 - 11:14 AM

Pretty much pulling the plug on importing.

 

eBay have implemented a new policy for all sellers, 100% no questions asked, returns.

So now, anyone can claim a problem, and I have to take it back at my expense, including return shipping.

And what is happening is that people order something, claim a problem, but return something else, like on a new cell phone, but return an old broken one, and eBitches don't do anything about it !

 

Huge amount of fraud happening right now because of this policy.

 

I just got hit on a Honda LSD. Sold one of the nicest, cleanest DC2 helical LSDs that I have ever imported,

and this jerk:

Marcelino Sais, 1230 Bohmen Ave,
Pueblo CO 81006-1004
 briim93@gmail.com , claimed shipping damage, but wouldn't send pictures, or agree to let UPS come by to inspect it.
 
Without UPS getting involved, they won't cover the damage.....If there really is damage.
I suspect that he is returning an open diff, and once I receive it, eBay, via PayPain, gives the little shit's money back.
 
So anyone out there, that wants to get free stuff on eBay, that's how you do it.
Hit just the larger bulk sellers, and the ones selling out of china, or one of the other shit hole countries, that probably don't have time to inspect, or fight it, and all it take is to return some piece of shit, or real shit in a box, and once it hits their door, you have a 100% refund.
 
This way, cheap Chinese crap tuner parts just got cheaper......

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#42 LUMBERZACK

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Posted 13 July 2017 - 08:17 PM

Fuck man that sucks. I'm well aware about eBay and PayPal's shitty seller support. Through '99-'09 the seller had quite a bit of leverage over the buyer, which caused many buyers to be cautious or avoid eBay, but over the last 7 years or so, eBay buyer protection got progressively stronger and less appealing to the seller.

I stopped selling things on eBay many years ago because of the buyer power after watching my friend first-hand get bent over by a buyer (figuratively). I commend your decision. I just imported three sets of GX81 Mark II sedan headlights with fogs for a couple buddy's, but I would never decide to bring them over and attempt to sell on eBay. 






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