I think it depends on the conditions. If you are the seller of something and the buyer doesn't think he got a square deal, just tell the person to return the item and you will refund the money, including the return postage. That should get him off your back.
You might want to talk to ebay, not just to 'report' the person but to ask if the transaction was covered under any of their various insurance policies. I mean, I don't know what you sold him; if it was a 40,000-dollar Mercedes, coming up with a refund might be a bit tougher than if you sold him a Lionel train set for 30 bucks.
Presumably, as you have made some kind of transaction you both have each other's physical address. If you live at opposite sides of the continent distance might make you safe; if you live two towns apart, it could be a scarier story.
If this person for any reason has threatened physical harm, you have every right to contact the police in his town and tell them that you have been threatened. Threatening words are as much a case for assault as hitting you with a brick. You have the right to ask them to go talk to this person, but of course this might just up the antagonism. I'm hoping refunding his money will do the job, because this is not a good situation.
There is no issue in buying a car from Ebay, as with any seller, it is buyer beware. Once finding the car you are interested in, you should physically inspect it and see it in person.
There are no charges to the buyer whatsoever. The seller pays all of the fees (both those from PayPal and those from eBay).
There is a buyer/bidder management page, where you can add usernames of members you want to block.
Ebay's buyer protection helps protect buyer's from fraud, such as a different product being sold than what was advertised. They also protect purchase of vehicles through Ebay up to $50,000, and business equipment can be protected up to $20,000 of the purchase price.
eBay will notify you when payment is received, if the buyer pays online.
It cost to list and sell on ebay. There is a listing fee and a selling fee. Ebay charges a buyer nothing to purchase on ebay.
When you are on the selling form it should ask you how much you want to charge the buyer for postage and packaging. For more information go onto the eBay website.
Go to your "My eBay" go to your sold items, send the buyer a eBay invoice.
Buying online is always risky. Therefore, buying from eBay is not without risk. However, eBay does offer Buyer Protection, which makes buying on eBay less risky, than some other websites. eBay Buyer Protection covers items purchased on eBay with eligible payment methods that are not received or not as described in the listing. Always make sure you pay through Paypal to assure you will be covered under eBay's Buyer Protection policy.
No, only the seller is charged a listing fee. eBay does not charge the buyer.
you should leave him if your boyfriend threatens you in anyway your to good for him so ditch him NOW
If you have a newer model iPhone, such as the iPhone 3 or 4, then selling it on eBay should be a breeze. They're one of the most in demand items right now and you should be able to find a buyer without much hassle.
not if the buyer has a rep of at least 97%
no unless the buyer says otherwise
Ebay provides seller and buyer services. Buyer services include easy payments, paypal, and refunds with protection. This way, the consumer is always protected during their purchase.
Assuming that one has already applied for a PayPal Buyer Credit the only thing to do in order actually use this PayPal Buyer Credit is to select PayPal as paying method from within for example eBay. Next one has to log-in to PayPal and choose the PayPal Buyer Credit as payment option within PayPal.
No. You need to be at least 18 to register as a buyer or seller with eBay.
You would need to call eBay about this. There is a feature on eBay called "Best offer" maybe it was accidentally selected when you were listing the auction. Just send the buyer an invoice for what the auction went off at or call eBay and open a dispute.
EBay does not ship anything. It is a marketplace where buyers can connect with sellers. It is then the responsibility of the seller to ship the item to the buyer, or, if the requirement is included in the notice about the item, it may be the buyer's responsibility to pick it up, or have it picked up.
To protect life, liberty and in the pursuit of anything that threatens it :)
No, the eBay protection program will only apply to goods that you buy from sellers on the eBay site. However, PayPal also has a buyer protection program and this does apply to items bought both on and off eBay.
Go to My Ebay and click on Won items and to the right of the item picture and title it should say "Leave Feedback" click on that and there it is try to always type something in the comment box to let future buyers know what the buyer is like
Buying a used car is not something easy, you should find the right dealer and based on people feedback, eBay is a good place to buy used cars all over the US and you will be covered with the eBay Buyer Protection.
if you want to sell your RC car then i would suggest eBay,as it has good buyer protection or forums where there would be a buyer/seller section