When I sold my car, the chaps parents rang and said their son had no money to buy it.
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Last edited by fiza; 11th November 2013 at 03:48 PM.
Reheating the thread, but it's still very much on topic, so here goes.
Knock on the door this morning, large parcel at the feet the postie.
The postie says it was returned.
A vintage computer I posted to an ebay buyer was returned this morning three weeks after sending it. I checked the tracking log and two attempts were made to deliver, on the third it was refused and returned to me. It wasn't opened, my packing tape is still in place.
So, if I understand this, the buyer paid for a vintage computer, I sent it, he refuses it, I keep the money and the computer? Or have I overlooked something?
Why on earth would somebody buy a very collectable bit of old tech and simply refuse delivery? This makes no sense at all.
Last edited by jinnantonnixx; 14th December 2013 at 11:18 AM.
a failed 3rd attempt is normally an automatic return to sender, doesnt necessarily mean it was refused by the receiver, i think?
I have had that...people do refuse delivery twice, write "refused" on the 3rd time, therefore it looks like the parcel gets returned, buyer gets a refund, and keeps the package.
I had one a few years ago when a buyer arranged for their own courier to collect, then took up a case with ebay when the courier delivered a damaged parcel - the pictures he sent me and ebay support the fact that it was damaged by the courier. They wanted a refund from me for the damage by their courier. now i let him take the case to ebay as it was his courier who damaged it and therefore not my responsibility. Ebay sided with me in the end but they still froze £400+ from my paypal account for 3 months which meant that I was in the poo for a bit.
Usually the buyer accepts the parcel, removes whatever they purchased and then sends it back to the buyer filled with some old rubbish to make it look like the item has been returned and then get a full refund from the seller since eBay always sides with the buyer.
No, when they sign, they write "refused" in the signature, and when it comes to checking, the delivery company checks the signature, it shows as refused. Only way to prove that the person took delivery is a dashcam/film proving it. Amazon started having cams on vans to prove people are accepting deliveries now, because the fraud is getting worse.
When you sign the couriers pda they record it as a delivery so what you right is irelevant as it would be a delivery so that's nonsense.
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