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    Deal went bad on Ebay, whose fault is it?

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...MEWA%3AIT&rd=1

    Seller clearly states that it is an AR. However, i got an AP. Item is not as described. However, her description says no returns, but this is completely her fault.

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    Re: Deal went bad on Ebay, whose fault is it?

    That's a tough one to call cause you did not get what you thought you were. But with her "qualifiers" IMO it would seem you are probably stuck. (Please ask questions before bidding-ALL SALES ARE FINAL-No Returns)

    I have to ask though, is there a significant difference between the AR and AP ( like does that mean the L2 cach is less than "L2 Cache Size: 1024k" as specified?

    Have you asked her about the difference and what she might be willing to do?

    You could always submit a complaint with ebay.

    Remember though, you risk negative feedback (whether deserved or not)

    Good luck
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    Re: Deal went bad on Ebay, whose fault is it?

    There is a HUGE difference between C0 and CG. C0s dont even sell for 165$ shipped. I paid 45$ more for a CG. I am asking for an exchange if she wont give me a refund. I dont care about neg feedback, I will leave it if she craps out. As well as report to trollhunters and see what they say. Steppings are vital when it comes to CPU.

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    Re: Deal went bad on Ebay, whose fault is it?

    she might have no idea..if it works,then i dont know..dont return nothing before she refunds,at least half and something ....
    can u call her..on the phone things work out better..luckly u werent trolled ..well,luckly its working and all..
    dan

    ps u allways risk neg feedback,and if u give it right away ull prolly make her loose it lol..

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    Re: Deal went bad on Ebay, whose fault is it?

    It mainly looks like your fault though - ALL SALES ARE FINAL. However, maybe the seller will be nice enough when you confront to them that they sent you the wrong item or something. Good luck with that man.

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    Re: Deal went bad on Ebay, whose fault is it?

    Keep it and file a complaint with eBay and leave bad feedback...if the seller decides to refund if you drop it, then fine...if not then he/she gets what they deserve.

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    Re: Deal went bad on Ebay, whose fault is it?

    First i would email the seller, and explain the situation

    politely ask that you would like to have your money refunded or at least come to some type of settlement or agreement.

    like you said you paid extra for what the auction decribed, and you did not recieve it

    however on reading her feedback, the deals that went sour, she did nothing to fix

    did you pay via Paypal? if so you can get your money back if you need to
    Last edited by StompinRound; 04-02-2005 at 04:26 AM.

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    Re: Deal went bad on Ebay, whose fault is it?

    yes i payed with paypal. but not CC

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    Re: Deal went bad on Ebay, whose fault is it?


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    Re: Deal went bad on Ebay, whose fault is it?

    Quote Originally Posted by StompinRound
    First i would email the seller, and explain the situation

    politely ask that you would like to have your money refunded or at least come to some type of settlement or agreement.

    like you said you paid extra for what the auction decribed, and you did not recieve it

    however on reading her feedback, the deals that went sour, she did nothing to fix

    did you pay via Paypal? if so you can get your money back if you need to
    good idea.file for not as described and ask for a 50$ refund.if she takes it then ok,else she might risk loosing all

    add a couple 120mm fans overhead to drop temps by 10+ celsiusD.S.C-12(2)-disclaimer : whatever u do with your hardware/software is your
    responsibility, which i dont hold if u break anything

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    Re: Deal went bad on Ebay, whose fault is it?

    thanks alot guys, im currently awaiting a reply.

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    Re: Deal went bad on Ebay, whose fault is it?

    this is waay out of control, clearly its the sellers fault.

    you cant just use an "all sales final no return" to just sell whatever u want!

    or i would sell rocks on ebay, claiming it to be somthing of value, then pull the "no return" card.

    if u paid for a AR, u better get an AR.

    i hate ppl that misrepresent things, if we are going to have a system that works, our descriptions need to be top tier, and always perfectly correct.

    I would find out where that seller lives, and pay them a visit.

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    Re: Deal went bad on Ebay, whose fault is it?

    Nah, just file a complaint with Paypal for misrepresentation or non-delivery of goods (which will freeze their account during the investigation)...the seller did not deliver the goods as described, but rather substituted a different item.

    Intentional or not, its still the seller's fault.
    Last edited by wdb1966; 04-03-2005 at 03:34 AM.

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    Re: Deal went bad on Ebay, whose fault is it?

    i filed a claim. Offered to drop it for a 60$ refund.

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    Re: Deal went bad on Ebay, whose fault is it?

    good.keep us posted

    add a couple 120mm fans overhead to drop temps by 10+ celsiusD.S.C-12(2)-disclaimer : whatever u do with your hardware/software is your
    responsibility, which i dont hold if u break anything

    GRAB here OcBible v1.55 and Guidemania v1.21
    scary pooch?pooch#1taking ball from dogpooch pulln on ropeme on board after 2 years
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    http://gonny.se/ <-cool lady http://www.mediafire.com/?8dmg21ms1vx
    IN MEMORY OF HOW BM WAS TREATED HERE...

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