A seller actually won a eBay case item not as described (INAD dispute) that’s very shocking considering eBay’s treatment of sellers. So thought it was worthy of a post. eBay decided to pay the buyer and protect the seller which is odd.
More chance of this witch getting the Lottery numbers…
Looking thru the stats and noticed some odd search terms so thought I would put them up here.
chinese ebay alternative
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anyone opened paypal dispute pram
A Chinese eBay alternative with all the Chinese crap on every eBay site you would think they would not need to go no where else. Sites traffic shows a steady increase yet again, with a short spike for yesterday, theirs always a spike when a major eBay issue or change comes along.
Found this post from 2012 about a seller who has won a dispute that a buyer opened against him for a item that he did not receive because it ended up in some kind of mail depot, anyhow the seller wins the case as they was able to show the mail company screwed up and have the item… however the buyer can still leave the seller negative feedback even after getting a full refund and it being shown the sellers not at fault.
Another few comments from various places from various users of eBay that once again don’t paint the wonderful picture eBay would like us to see. The usual suspects none paying bidders, masses of Chinese wholesale crap and general poor service.
The usual tale here, bidder buys something, then won’t pay. The seller is a little angry and to be fair that’s ok, so he types up his experience which we have all had multiple times per week some of us, the none-paying bidder is the bidder of 2013, you can’t expect buyers on eBay to give a crap when eBay has them backed as they do, its just the way it is now it seems so get used to it I guess, eBay won’t help they don’t give a toss. I do recall eBay actually blaming me for a high number of none paying bidders buying my items… now how can that possible be my fault?
Ran across your typical eBay rant earlier, I noted that it mentions that eBay somehow managed to decide a item dispute in under 10 minutes? are they on auto-pay-out-buyer mode now or something? That hardly seems like they would have even looked at the case, comments, evidence, issues? We know from how eBay behave there not actually on this planet this time zone difference helps prove that.