Great point. I forgot about that option.Originally posted by SITHcamaro@Feb 20 2006, 01:59 AM
Not sure if this has been brought up yet, as there were just too many posts for me to read. But man, all he has to do is fill out an ebay non-payment form, saying that both the seller & buyer agreed not to go through with the auction. All of his fees will be reversed. If he can't do even that, he's either an idiot, or he's trying to get what $$ he can, out of you.
Tell him to fill out the form. In fact, you can probably just do it on your end. Go to your ebay, and click the option, from the pull down menu, on that auction's line (in your won items catagory). That's if it's there, for you to do. I'm not sure if it's the seller that needs to initiate the process.
If he won't do that for you I'd hit him with a negative fb. Just my opinion.Originally posted by Mega Gigan@Feb 20 2006, 11:33 AM
Another email from me: You know I was looking into it today. All you have to do is fill out a non-payment form. Saying that the seller and bidder have decided not to go through with the auction and all your fee's will be reversed (Meaning you're not out any money). If you can't do that, then I'm sorry you apperently don't want your money back, or you're trying to squeeze it out of me.