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on 05-25-2013 04:34 PM
Ebay has an unfair system of making the buyer take responsability and pay for returning items.That is totally unacceptable when the seller sends an item that is not as described.Because of the seller's mistake or action I should not have to pay for the return.Once I'm through with what is pending on my Ebay I will unsubscribe and let as many people as I can know the way that Ebay has descriminated me.Because this has red flags all over it,seems as if descrimination is in effect against my behalf.I trusted Ebay and spent a lot of money buying through them and I only complaint when I see things done the wrong way! And this system of having to pay,waste time going to the post office,and also wasting gas to return items when the seller is at fault is completely unfair! I refuse to be descriminated in any way.
on 05-25-2013 05:16 PM
Just an FYI - when you order something online from Walmart, Macy's, Best Buy, Newegg etc etc etc.....they will not come and pick it up from you if the item is not to your liking (or not what you thought it was, disagree with description etc) either.
You have to ship it back to get a refund. Not sure why you'd think otherwise, actually. ?
on 05-25-2013 04:46 PM
how can it be "descrimination" when you have accepted the user agreement which spells out all the policies.
since the return policy applies to all users who accept the user agreement, it is hardly discrimination.
spell check is helpful when you want to make a point. misspelling the important word kind of takes the seriousness out of it.
on 05-25-2013 04:37 PM
Click on Site Map at bottom of this page, then to account setting where you can close your account. Any incomplete transactions will be completed before the account closes.
on 05-25-2013 04:36 PM
All buyers pay to ship an item back, not just you. You are not discriminated.
on 05-25-2013 05:29 PM
You agreed to eBay's policies when you became a member so why are you upset with eBay? Being upset with yourself for not reading the user agreement before you signed it I could understand...
By the way, while you're online, you might want to google the definition of discrimination. eBay's policies apply to all members, not just you.