Warning beware ebay member (spain) mireia69, she bought a perfume from me which I duly posted, properly and clearly addressed together with proof of posting and was then presented with a claim through paypal for non receipt. It appears that the address used is this members place of work where all mail is "delivered" to a communal post room that serves the whole building. Something alerted me (just a hunch) that this was some sort of "non receipt scam", or that someone in the building is intercepting and stealing mail, but I think the former is the case. The buyer was uncoperative in my dealings with her, she would NOT allow me time to have a claim form submitted to royal mail with a view to possibly finding the package, so therefore I think the package was safely delivered and I have unfortunately been stung for £34.00.
This buyer also left negative feedback which was unfair, if it was lost in transit, it is not my fault and to leave negative comments is very vindictive, when all along I was attempting to aid the buyer in ascertaining the whereabouts of the item. Her stupid, malicious comments have since been removed, but as I have mentioned before, sellers cant warn others about scam buyers since the leaving of negative feedback option has been removed for sellers.
Paypal as usual didnt want to know even though I had proof of posting and duly found in favour of the buyer and refunded her, even though I submitted all the details of the posting (so much for seller protection).
So now I have to insist that overseas buyers pay £4.00 extra for the signed for service (fully trackable) and of course this extra fee may now deter buyers from purchasing from me as it pumps up the postal charge, so a bargain buy may not work out like that because of the extra charge incurred