From: AlanD on
Like many others, I have not received a book from this seller -
<http://myworld.ebay.co.uk/selinasbooks>

One of the feedback comments says the 'business' has ceased trading.
As is expected, the Seller has not responded to any emails.

What are the chances of getting a Paypal refund?

Ta
Alan.

From: petrolcan on
In article <1jmo2rq.cv3f5iamodg8N%alan(a)maydavid.+.com>, AlanD says...
>
> Like many others, I have not received a book from this seller -
> <http://myworld.ebay.co.uk/selinasbooks>
>
> One of the feedback comments says the 'business' has ceased trading.
> As is expected, the Seller has not responded to any emails.
>
> What are the chances of getting a Paypal refund?

Depends whether they have emptied their account.

Have you filed a dispute yet?

From: Peter Crosland on
"AlanD" <alan(a)maydavid.+.com> wrote in message
news:1jmo2rq.cv3f5iamodg8N%alan(a)maydavid.+.com...
> Like many others, I have not received a book from this seller -
> <http://myworld.ebay.co.uk/selinasbooks>
>
> One of the feedback comments says the 'business' has ceased trading.
> As is expected, the Seller has not responded to any emails.
>
> What are the chances of getting a Paypal refund?


Put in a claim. You will not get anything if you don't. There is no reason
on the face of it why PayPal should not pay up..

Peter Crosland


From: michael adams on

"AlanD" <alan(a)maydavid.+.com> wrote in message
news:1jmo2rq.cv3f5iamodg8N%alan(a)maydavid.+.com...
> Like many others, I have not received a book from this seller -
> <http://myworld.ebay.co.uk/selinasbooks>
>
> One of the feedback comments says the 'business' has ceased trading.
> As is expected, the Seller has not responded to any emails.
>
> What are the chances of getting a Paypal refund?
>
> Ta
> Alan.
>

It's only fraud if there's an intention to actually steal someone's money.

Judging by the feedback, of those who waited before leaving feedback, most
people were refunded eventually.

From the looks of this, someone was operating a one person business
for a year or so with no problems and then something cropped up -
maybe illness, house repossessed, credit withdrawn by suppliers
whatever which meant they could no longer properly operate the
business. Even to the extent of answering hostile emails

Anyone buying presents at short notice by mail order need their heads
examined.

Anyone buying a present for a child at short notice by mail order
from a sole trader - who could get hit by a bus in the meantime -
even more so. With bells on in fact.

And so the vindictive and childish remarks such people leave by
way of feedback should maybe come as no surprise.


michael adams

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