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I have had only my second issue with a deadbeat bidder, both have been from overseas.
This time as soon as I filed a non-paying bidder complaint I received a neg FB to which I promptly responded in kind. I then emailed the guy explaining that it was he who didn't read the listing completely and I had to report this to get my fees back. I said that I would agree to withdraw the negative if he did the same. I then received an email from EB because he had requested a withdrawal request. I don't have a problem doing this.

My question is, "if I withdraw the neg FB will that harm my dispute to get the fees for this auction refunded?" This was an item in EB motors so we are talking like $80-$100 bucks in fees for one deal (I haven't actually checked the invoice for it). How long does it take before EB credits these fees back?

Thankfully I have to ask this question because it has never been an issue to this extent for me in the past with a couple of hundred sales.
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Alright this is exactly what you do,

Open an unpaid item dispute for the transaction and select buyers payment has not been received. Then the buyer will probably be an a$$#ole towards you but just be patient and wait a while without replying back to him. After ebay has sent the buyer the unpaid item reminders then after a certain period of time (I think around 3 weeks) the transaction will be closed and your fee's will be refunded.

In regards to your negative feedback, don't worry about it. As soon as the dispute is closed by ebay, the buyer will receive an unpaid item strike and all feedback previledges of the buyer will be forfeited or if he has already left you feedback it will be withdrawn automatically and your negative feedback would be totally effaced.

While in the dispute, don't even bother talking to the prick, keep it professional and bide your time until he gets an unpaid item strike. He can claim a 100 times over that he sent you the payment but he would have no proof, as soon as ebay hits him with an unpaid item strike he can plead his case all he wants and cry to ebay but they will do absolutely nothing.

lol so yeah, alls well that ends well ^.^
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If the buyer responds to the dispute, he still has the right to leave you feedback that will stick. If the buyer becomes NARU during the first X days (I believe it's 30 or 60, maybe 90) or he does NOT respond to the dispute, then it will be automatically deleted. I have heard that occasionally ebay will goof and you have to request the feedback removal yourself, but this has not happened to me personally and I believe it's just the product of impatience than anything else. The wheels of Ebay do tend to turn slowly, but I've never seen it take longer than a few days.

DFB, go ahead and open the dispute. It has nothing to do with the feedback at this point since it's already been left.
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Sometimes, as soon as the buyer responds, you can file to close dispute.. I believe? (or wait the 7 days out)-- I have one now like that
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It seems that there is a contradiction that someone who has been turned-in for non-payment can or can not leave FB on the item that they never paid for. That doesn't seem quite fair. A person could set up all kind of ⊗⊗⊗⊗ buying accounts to bid on competitors items and then slam them with negative feedback, lying their pants off.

This joker violated the listed terms of the auction in about 3 or 4 different ways, but the guy I listed the item for tried to make things work. The more he gave in the more the guy wanted.

The guy has already offered through ebay to mutually withdraw the feedback. What my question is will that appear to ebay that I am satisfied with the transaction and they will therefore close the dispute and leave me on the hook for the listing/final value fees?
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Thats ebay for ya
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a buyer can leave feedback up UNTIL the unpaid item dispute closes without the buyers response. If the buyer has already left a feedback, that FB will be withdrawn by ebay(the comment will still remain in your profile, but the neg wont count against your % positive). If you accept the offer to mutually withdraw feedback I don't see how this would lead ebay to think you have completed the transaction.
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