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    Ongoing Ebay Drama

    Once again......you guessed it....another problem with online shopping. I just bought a hoodie off ebay and received it on Saturday. However, it was not what I ordered. It was similar, but made of different material.

    I ordered a Nike "Dri-Fit/Therma fit" Brewers hoodie. I got a cotton one, with obvious differences from the picture. He used a picture from Football Fanatics in his listing to throw people off, and it worked.

    I contacted the seller and said it was not what was pictured/described and would be returning it. His listing said he accepted returns. He replied and said it was. Then he sent this:

    "I will not accept a return. you will pay the 6 dollars i paid to ship this to you or you wont get your money back. its that simple. I dont pay 6 dollars out of pocket so you can return this and I have to sell it again. There is not legitimate reason to return this. sell the damn thing yourself. you will not get a refund from me"

    What, you think I wouldn't notice? Cotton and polyester are 2 different materials.

    I just replied and said I don't want to leave negative feedback and open a case against him, but I will if you don't give me a refund.

    I cannot believe the rudeness of this dbag.


    It's a terrible plan, but I like it so let's do it.

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    Re: Ongoing Ebay Drama

    Quote Originally Posted by stormchaser2014 View Post
    Once again......you guessed it....another problem with online shopping. I just bought a hoodie off ebay and received it on Saturday. However, it was not what I ordered. It was similar, but made of different material.

    I ordered a Nike "Dri-Fit/Therma fit" Brewers hoodie. I got a cotton one, with obvious differences from the picture. He used a picture from Football Fanatics in his listing to throw people off, and it worked.

    I contacted the seller and said it was not what was pictured/described and would be returning it. His listing said he accepted returns. He replied and said it was. Then he sent this:

    "I will not accept a return. you will pay the 6 dollars i paid to ship this to you or you wont get your money back. its that simple. I dont pay 6 dollars out of pocket so you can return this and I have to sell it again. There is not legitimate reason to return this. sell the damn thing yourself. you will not get a refund from me"

    What, you think I wouldn't notice? Cotton and polyester are 2 different materials.

    I just replied and said I don't want to leave negative feedback and open a case against him, but I will if you don't give me a refund.

    I cannot believe the rudeness of this dbag.
    Sounds like you already figured out your solution.

    Seriously, when are you going to stop buying things online?



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    Re: Ongoing Ebay Drama

    Threaten him/her with a visit from a certain janitor..........that should do it.


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    Re: Ongoing Ebay Drama

    Quote Originally Posted by stormchaser2014 View Post
    Once again......you guessed it....another problem with online shopping. I just bought a hoodie off ebay and received it on Saturday. However, it was not what I ordered. It was similar, but made of different material.

    I ordered a Nike "Dri-Fit/Therma fit" Brewers hoodie. I got a cotton one, with obvious differences from the picture. He used a picture from Football Fanatics in his listing to throw people off, and it worked.

    I contacted the seller and said it was not what was pictured/described and would be returning it. His listing said he accepted returns. He replied and said it was. Then he sent this:

    "I will not accept a return. you will pay the 6 dollars i paid to ship this to you or you wont get your money back. its that simple. I dont pay 6 dollars out of pocket so you can return this and I have to sell it again. There is not legitimate reason to return this. sell the damn thing yourself. you will not get a refund from me"

    What, you think I wouldn't notice? Cotton and polyester are 2 different materials.

    I just replied and said I don't want to leave negative feedback and open a case against him, but I will if you don't give me a refund.

    I cannot believe the rudeness of this dbag.
    I would contact Ebay directly if he doesn't make it right. There are a lot of misrepresented items in apparel: lots of fake jerseys.



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    Re: Ongoing Ebay Drama

    What you get for being a Brewers fan? Just kidding, really like Milwaukee and have no ill will towards the Brewers. If he has a lot of sales (i.e. power seller), take it straight to EBAY. If not, good luck.



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    Re: Ongoing Ebay Drama

    Quote Originally Posted by LindenCy View Post
    I would contact Ebay directly if he doesn't make it right. There are a lot of misrepresented items in apparel: lots of fake jerseys.
    But, are they "high quality"???



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    Re: Ongoing Ebay Drama

    If you paid by credit card just call your company and contest the charge.



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    Re: Ongoing Ebay Drama

    I should have looked closer at his rating 100% BEFORE I bid. He has some negative feedback from a few years ago talking about the same trickery.


    It's a terrible plan, but I like it so let's do it.

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    Re: Ongoing Ebay Drama

    Quote Originally Posted by Agclone91 View Post
    Sounds like you already figured out your solution.

    Seriously, when are you going to stop buying things online?
    This seems like a guy who cares more about his rating than his customers. So that's why I offered not to just yet, in hopes of getting my money back as soon as possible.


    It's a terrible plan, but I like it so let's do it.

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    Re: Ongoing Ebay Drama

    first of all, for the amount of issues you seem to have buying things online.. do you buy EVERYTHING online? I buy a lot of things online but don't seem to have nearly the % of problems as you do.

    secondly, how did you pay? paypal? How much was the sweatshirt?



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    Re: Ongoing Ebay Drama

    Quote Originally Posted by F5cy View Post
    first of all, for the amount of issues you seem to have buying things online.. do you buy EVERYTHING online? I buy a lot of things online but don't seem to have nearly the % of problems as you do.

    secondly, how did you pay? paypal? How much was the sweatshirt?
    Not a whole lot. Paypal. $50


    It's a terrible plan, but I like it so let's do it.

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    Re: Ongoing Ebay Drama

    You should seriously only conduct business face to face for the foreseeable future.



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    Re: Ongoing Ebay Drama

    Quote Originally Posted by stormchaser2014 View Post
    Not a whole lot. Paypal. $50
    For $50 you ought to be able to find one from an online fan apparel store rather than E-bay. More reliability, better service (and shipping). Forget E-bay.



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    Re: Ongoing Ebay Drama

    Quote Originally Posted by stormchaser2014 View Post
    Not a whole lot. Paypal. $50
    open a dispute claim via paypal and hope that they determine that the item is "significantly" different than the listing stated.

    Key point there being, sometimes you'll get screwed because the material isn't enough of a "Significant" difference in paypal's eyes.

    https://www.paypal.com/webapps/mpp/s...ion-resolution



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    Re: Ongoing Ebay Drama

    At some point, when does this become a "you" problem?



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