PayPal Tells A Buyer To Destroy A $2,500 Antique Violin for a refund (04/2012)

Absolute madness, buyer claims a violin is counterfeit, files a dispute with PayPal, PayPal tell the buyer to smash it up and ask for a photo of the destruction as proof due to some bizarre policy where they believe that posting counterfeit goods is against the law, yet no proof of weather or not a item is genuine or counterfeit is needed (3rd party/legal or otherwise). I can see a very good scam being run here if you was bored enough…

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