How does your garden grow? With muck, muck and more muck! I spent much of today finishing the final muck box and then shifting muck from one box to the next. The first box, which the Big Lad is enthusiastically pointing out, has been rotting down for two years now and once we’d removed the top quarter of unrotted material, we found we’d hit the pay dirt.
Dear Seller,Actually, I had already filed a complaint.
I recently received my item. It is not the item I paid for, however. What you sent is a COPY of the original. Please refund my money immediately. After you do so I will gladly return the product. Otherwise I will be forced to file a complaint with ebay.
Hello, Thank you for contacting me regarding this. As I said in my first email, I will do all that I can to make sure you are happy with my service.
If I Issue a Full Refund of $16.57 to your account. And allow you to keep the DVD, as I do not wish to inconvenience you any more than you have already been Would this seem fair and resolve the situation for you?
I almost always sell preowned merchandise, and sometimes items not to Acceptable Standards are shipped out. I am always here to help in this event, and take full responsibility.
Please let me know :)
Dear Jeff Reynolds,I guess they sent that to the seller, as well...
Thank you for contacting PayPal. We have begun our investigation of the
Transaction Date: Mar 10, 2006
Transaction Amount: -$20.56 USD...
Hello Jeff, Appearantly you have already filed a claim with paypal. If the DVD is in such terrible condition then why waste your money and time returning it?It's on now.
Fine. I'll cancel the complaint if you just refund my money. I'm sure you are aware of how misleading you have been. Furthermore, what you have done is illegal. And since you shipped it across state lines, my attorney believes it is a federal offense.
I am not asking you to cancel the claim, that is done automatically once I process the refund. I believe the fact that you have an attorney involved as you gave me a whole 5 minutes to resolve the situation like an adult.Yes. Yes you should.
So does will your purchase price of $16.57 resolve the situation or should I pay your attorney fees court costs, pain and suffering and etc
i had already spoken to my attorney about it prior to contacting you, but i do appreciate the sarcasm.Yeah, you heard me, pal, "knock it off." Sensing there must be more of my wrath where that came from, the seller backs off:
mock me if you want, but i'm just a guy who wanted to buy some DVDs. i realize that many people do not care whether they got the original or a copy, but i could have just spent $15 more and bought a new edition at the store.
i will keep the DVDs you sent, so I don't have to pay the shipping twice, and if you refund the $16.57 that will resolve the situation as far as I'm concerned.
A word of warning, though: the MPAA has already sued a few people for selling pirated copies of movies on ebay. I would knock this off immediately if I were you. http://www.bizjournals.com/seattle/stories/2003/12/15/story3.html?page=2
Hi Jeff, I apologize if I was rude. I just really wish you would have just given me a hint of a chance to resolve this like an adult.
Dear Jeff Reynolds,
The seller has offered a partial refund in the amount of $16.57 USD.
Please log in to the Resolution Center and accept or deny this offer within
10 calendar days.