Tyree_Cooper 533 Member · Posted February 14, 2020 Share Posted February 14, 2020 (edited) Item paid, sent end December, received early Jan, then 2 days ago seller wants a refund because the item is significantly not as described. he says the inlay paper is extensively stained (lol). game is a factory sealed japanese ps2 game, it is in fantastic condition with very minor scuffing on the seal. i should have kept it so i ask for photos, and he shows a tiny scuff on the seal, on the front, that's hard to see unless you look for it. obviously trying to get his money back and keep the game, or at least get a substantial refund and keep the game. sending a zoom photo and trying to make that little scuff spot look like a HUGE STAIN in the cover lol. anyway. I simply aswered the ebay case by saying that this is a minor scuffing and that it is visible in my auction photos anyway. so it can't be treated as significantly not as described. guy has an arab name and all positive feedback, from uk, 1500+ feedbacks. anybody dealt with a similar case, where a stupid scuff/minor thing is used as an excuse to get a refund? I'm terribly afraid ebay's stupid employees will just force me to refund. im still in time to provide a partial refund. i can also just refuse the return, but in that case ebay has the last word and they may force a refund, which is worse than a return. Edited February 19, 2020 by Tyree_Cooper 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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