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Old 06-18-2018, 10:59 AM
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Actually, it is.
Bust a deal.....

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Actually, it is.
Unfortunate but true. I could maybe see it (changed mind) on a fixed price item but not an auction. That is messed up unless it was a SNAD.
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Old 06-20-2018, 10:09 AM
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I don't think you can put caveats in your return policy.
Read Ebays return policy. Returning a card damaged or not described is an automatic return. Ebay states that buyers who changed their minds have to notify the seller and ask for a return. It also states to check the sellers return policy. So it is not a given that buyers remorse goes in favor of the buyer.
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Read Ebays return policy. Returning a card damaged or not described is an automatic return. Ebay states that buyers who changed their minds have to notify the seller and ask for a return. It also states to check the sellers return policy. So it is not a given that buyers remorse goes in favor of the buyer.

In any case except where a seller offers "no returns", buyers remorse is a valid reason for return.
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Read Ebays return policy. Returning a card damaged or not described is an automatic return. Ebay states that buyers who changed their minds have to notify the seller and ask for a return. It also states to check the sellers return policy. So it is not a given that buyers remorse goes in favor of the buyer.
One of those instances where policy and practice are two different things.
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In any case except where a seller offers "no returns", buyers remorse is a valid reason for return.
And, if the seller does offer returns, a buyer's remorse return is automatically "approved" w/o the sellers consent. However, in a case such as this, the buyer is responsible for the cost of returning and the seller is not obligated to refund any of the original s/h paid by the buyer. In other words, the buyer is only compensated for the item itself and is on the hook for s/h both ways.

With "free returns", my understanding is that the seller is able to approve all returns. This would be especially important with lower dollar items as the return s/h may cost the seller more than the item itself so ebay allows the seller the option to refund and let the buyer keep the item.

Rarely, have I had this happen, but this past week I had a buyer "not like" a $2 card. They paid $3 for the original s/h, and as I do not offer free returns, $2.66 to return the item. As the return was automatically approved, all I could do was scratch my head as this guy is out $5.66 and has no card????

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