Sellers have no Rights

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Im sure many of you have had this happen to you, I had an item listed and it was BUY IT NOW or bidding .The buyer bought it out right on BIN

I said to myself ,great, I  need the space,, few hours later phone rang and a voice started to go on about item they had bought, Now he didnt want it I expected that ,,he thought it was an old Victorian item dirt cheap,and to save anyone else bidding, he  did BIN , he asked straight away How old is it, I told him wouldnt know I removed from a skip when an old pub was being demolished in early 70s,so he just then said I will send back your listing fee's if  I  dont report him to Ebay,by making a claim for unpaid item... so next few days past I even sent my address still no replies, it was obvious this guy had no intentions of sending me the listing fee's that were wasted,,

So I claimed them from Ebay, next got message from buyer with abusive name calling, I ignored it, and waited for Ebay to give back Fee's instead I got a Red mark against me, they didnt even bother to check my description my listing didnt state how old it was ,just that I got it in 70s,that didnt mean it was made in 70s or earlier I just found it then,,but that made no difference to Ebay I was still branded with Red mark,,, 

That is all wrong  why should I get that for obeying Ebay Rules and claiming..no wonder no one makes claims to be treated like this.

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So remember If your buyer changes their mind you just have to accept the red mark against your character as Ebay doesnt give a fig..for you as a seller.If you make a claim and your reluctant buyer fabricates something against you then Ebay makes you suffer,after all they just want commission and forget you

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