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I posted in the other forum as well, but I wanted to post this in here for everyone. The new buyer protection is up for Ebay. They will cover the cost of the item plus shipping if it is not received or described. Is this the beginning of the end for stealth accounts? I believe so. Sooner than later they are going to make people verify EVERYTHING in order to get an account. They will stand to lose too much now with this guarantee. Sad day to see this...
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Stop working with eBay and giving them new idea. Don't cry wolf to early there will be another way out.
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Why would I work with ebay?
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I'm just stating the obvious, they are going to lose alot of money because they have to "guarantee" everything, so in regards when you do that you will take safety measures to prevent that from happening as much. Just basic business.
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I prefer it coming out of ebay than paypal.
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I'm just stating the obvious, they are going to lose alot of money because they have to "guarantee" everything, so in regards when you do that you will take safety measures to prevent that from happening as much. Just basic business.
Ebay is not going to lose a lot of money. It will be the Sellers that will be losing. Ebay will collect from the seller first to recover the funds. It will be the sellers responsibility to prove info for the dispute. If the sellers are not able to provide the documents or the Shipping company forgot to scan a package then they will Lose.

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I posted in the other forum as well, but I wanted to post this in here for everyone. The new buyer protection is up for Ebay. They will cover the cost of the item plus shipping if it is not received or described. Is this the beginning of the end for stealth accounts? I believe so. Sooner than later they are going to make people verify EVERYTHING in order to get an account. They will stand to lose too much now with this guarantee. Sad day to see this...
This is alrdy in effect ebay refunds the buyers if not received or described. Ebay comes after your fee payment that u have on file! and if there unsucessfull at takeing the money back they send u to a debit collecter. Even so theres only a handfull stelth users out there compared to the legement users who use ebay and even most stelth users now days pays there ebay fees to avoid loseing there accounts so when the disputes come they will be paying ebay in the same fashion as the fees.

Just think about when all these buyers figer out that they can cry wolf and get free items just by saying it was'nt as described.
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This is alrdy in effect ebay refunds the buyers if not received or described. Ebay comes after your fee payment that u have on file! and if there unsucessfull at takeing the money back they send u to a debit collecter. Even so theres only a handfull stelth users out there compared to the legement users who use ebay and even most stelth users now days pays there ebay fees to avoid loseing there accounts so when the disputes come they will be paying ebay in the same fashion as the fees.

Just think about when all these buyers figer out that they can cry wolf and get free items just by saying it was'nt as described.
Its f*cking Bullsh*t. If these aholes want a friggin warranty than GO BUY YOUR ITEMS AT BEST BUY AND PAY THE MARKED UP PRICES. It pisses me off that Ebay and Amazon act like their just an online Wal-Mart. Ebay should just buy all the items from all the buyers and resell them if they want to do this crap.
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Yeah its gay how it works. Buyer dosent like the item he can file a dispute Not as described. and poof ebay refunds there money no ?'s asked. Ebays treating there auction crap as if its walmarts or bestbuy where people can simply return the items for a refund. but the thing is with ebay i can bet money they wont make the buyers return the items so they will issue a refund and get to keep the goods as well.

Only choice we stelth users has is pay your resaloution fees or lose your account as in my case i will tell ebay F you and lose the account and make another.

ebays only doing this to make buyers feel like there safe when useing ebay.
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ebay is all about the buyer anymore...they dont give a rats arse about the seller
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I agree, **** Ebay. I do know that they buyer HAS to return the item to you, but either way your screwed. Too many opened disputes your gonna get limited anyway. I just withdraw the money and if a douchebag opens a dispute on me I just close the account and let paypal deal with it.
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I posted in the other forum as well
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Most sellers offer returns, I offer a 30 day money back guarantee on all accounts. Sales are dramatically increased. Returns are minimal, about the same with no return policy.


The only thing that's gotten me in trouble with this is adding a credit card to reimburse ebay when they decide they need to refund. You can use paypal, but the often want another card. If you used a vcc to verify paypal, then you have to go out and get another card.... what happens if they force a refund for 40 dollars and the card has 20?


I'm not too worried about it honestly. My disputes are almost non existent.
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