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post #11086 of 18502
Sorry to hear that. Just in case make sure to use priority registered mail. I had 2 buys on ebay layely and parts which were broken were sent back. I havent got my money back neither from seller nor from Paypal.
post #11087 of 18502
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Originally Posted by SJWorne View Post
 

Yes I did...
Apparently I can only escalate the case to ebay after 8 days... anyway, as I said, the seller doesn't want to refund me because the item is now broken, and he has asked ebay for advice on the issue but I think they may just say 'tough it's your problem'  and then just refund me my money anyway :D 
He's a new ebayer so any negative feedback will kill his reputation so I hope for his sake that he refunds me. It's a shame that I have that leverage, but you gotta do what you gotta do.


a lesson to be learned for all here, especially as a seller, describe honestly, overpack, stand behind your item as much as possible, go the extra mile

as a buyer, be appreciative , patient and ask questions,(i forget this one a lot), don't jump to conclusions when something goes wrong,

 

and for both parties, be willing to work with each other, our reputations are more important than our $$$$$

post #11088 of 18502
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Originally Posted by SJWorne View Post
 

Yes I did...
Apparently I can only escalate the case to ebay after 8 days... anyway, as I said, the seller doesn't want to refund me because the item is now broken, and he has asked ebay for advice on the issue but I think they may just say 'tough it's your problem'  and then just refund me my money anyway :D 
He's a new ebayer so any negative feedback will kill his reputation so I hope for his sake that he refunds me. It's a shame that I have that leverage, but you gotta do what you gotta do.


What a pain :frown:  Was the picture on the listing actually a good representation of the state the headphones were in when you received them? (broken driver notwithstanding ...)

post #11089 of 18502
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Originally Posted by sinnottj View Post
 


What a pain :frown:  Was the picture on the listing actually a good representation of the state the headphones were in when you received them? (broken driver notwithstanding ...)

Picture was good... he said headphones were in 'good' condition so I guess you could take that however you wanted... someones good can be some else's poor and vice versa.

post #11090 of 18502
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Originally Posted by SJWorne View Post
 

Yes I did...
Apparently I can only escalate the case to ebay after 8 days... anyway, as I said, the seller doesn't want to refund me because the item is now broken, and he has asked ebay for advice on the issue but I think they may just say 'tough it's your problem'  and then just refund me my money anyway :D 
He's a new ebayer so any negative feedback will kill his reputation so I hope for his sake that he refunds me. It's a shame that I have that leverage, but you gotta do what you gotta do.

Yes, escalate to eBay ASAP. After you explain that the object arrived broken and that the seller refuses to accept return and refund the purchase price, eBay will likely refund your purchase and allow you to keep the broken cans. This is their Seller/Buyer Protection.

Good Luck.

post #11091 of 18502

Yeah, sounds like eBay would side with you on this one. Either the seller knowingly shipped them with a bad driver, or the packaging was inadequate so it broke in transit, or the shipping company broke them. 

 

At best it's an insurance claim for the seller.

post #11092 of 18502

If you check the ebay rules there is nothing about seller responsibility. They could send you a brick, and if you won't send them brick by priority and registered mail you won't get anything from eBay/Paypal. That 100% payback rule is .....

post #11093 of 18502
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Originally Posted by Rauliki View Post
 

If you check the ebay rules there is nothing about seller responsibility. They could send you a brick, and if you won't send them brick by priority and registered mail you won't get anything from eBay/Paypal. That 100% payback rule is .....

I you buy a set of headphones and get a brink in the mail, you can contact the police as that's a criminal offense. Not to get off topic...just sayin'.

post #11094 of 18502

Yeah, especially when the seller is from USA or Australia and I'm in Europe.

Sorry, for the offtopic, it's really annoying when you didn't get what you paid for. I hope this time the headphone case would be resolved.

post #11095 of 18502
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Originally Posted by Rauliki View Post

If you check the ebay rules there is nothing about seller responsibility. They could send you a brick, and if you won't send them brick by priority and registered mail you won't get anything from eBay/Paypal. That 100% payback rule is .....

You have to offer the product as you state it in the description.

A product that's considered "GOOD" should not be broken/defective.

In that case you did NOT get what you paid for, and if the seller won't come forward, paypal/eBay will.

not really off-topic, as even Grado buyers will deal with *ssh*les at times wink.gif
post #11096 of 18502

Reading stories like this, makes me fell lucky to have dealt with an honest person when I bought my Grado HPA-2, wich condition, exeeded my expectations, and I wouldn't hesitate one second to do buisness with him again, thanks again Parbaked.

post #11097 of 18502
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Originally Posted by stacker45 View Post
 

Reading stories like this, makes me fell lucky to have dealt with an honest person when I bought my Grado HPA-2, wich condition, exeeded my expectations, and I wouldn't hesitate one second to do buisness with him again, thanks again Parbaked.

That HPA-2 was brand new. I just made it on my 3D printer! :eek: 

post #11098 of 18502
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Originally Posted by parbaked View Post
 

That HPA-2 was brand new. I just made it on my 3D printer! :eek: 


ROFL...

post #11099 of 18502

If it were only that easy!

post #11100 of 18502
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Originally Posted by stacker45 View Post
 

If it were only that easy!

I'm glad you are enjoying the amp my friend...Happy Holidays!

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