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Old 30th May 2007, 03:14 PM   #1
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Angry Philips cd 104 Player not yet received...

Hi all,

I am so sad that I still do not received my Philips cd 104 that I bidded from Ebay some time in Jan 2007. That seller is located in Lancashire, UK. I have reported the issue to Ebay but it seems helpless. This seller failed to produce any proof of posting the cd player to me.

Any advice or comment will be much appreciated.
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Old 30th June 2007, 10:42 PM   #2
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You have to put a complaint, very expensive in the UK...
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Old 1st July 2007, 01:09 PM   #3
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wtf you talk froggie ?? (...)

I just filled (and WON) a complaint (for free). Also with an UK seller(?). I bet he was a fraud ( 100% sure) . Paypal turned the whole back, I got back all my money, but the process is slow. Just start to complain, not at ebay, but at paypal.
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Old 1st July 2007, 02:22 PM   #4
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"I have reported the issue to Ebay but it seems helpless"

This means no solution for the moment...


How do you know the device was paid with paypal ? You can pay with a cheque, bank transfer...
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Old 1st July 2007, 03:21 PM   #5
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Hi all,

I am so sad that I still do not received my Philips cd 104 that I bidded from Ebay some time in Jan 2007. That seller is located in Lancashire, UK. I have reported the issue to Ebay but it seems helpless. This seller failed to produce any proof of posting the cd player to me.

Any advice or comment will be much appreciated.

When did you report the missing item to Ebay?
You only have a limited time to complain.

Did you pay with Paypal ?
Again, you have to complain within a certain time.

I have sold many items via Ebay to buyers all over the world.
I will only accept payment through Paypal and always provide proof of posting. I also take photos of the item prior to posting and when packed as I have had buyers who say the condition was not good or the packaging was inadequate.

Your other option is to warn other buyers through the feedback system.


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Old 2nd July 2007, 01:05 AM   #6
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Hi All and Andy,

First of all, thanks for your nice responses to my issue.

As far as I am concerned, I suppose it was a fraud (90%).
That ebay seller (powerful seller) located in Lancashire, UK knows his cunning tricks very well. He said in his email to me that he would provide proof of posting/postage of the Philips cd 104 player on 14th April,2007, but a few days ago he claimed that he had thrown it away. (He only keeps them for 3 months).
He was good at kiling my time, and as a result I finally found myself lying on the street as a victim of the electronic trading community.
Since the specified time of lodgement of a claim to Paypal is over, it is unlikely I can get back part of the money.

I need further advice on the following issue:

Seller advised that I should lodge my claim to Royal Mail by sending a copy of Paypal payment receipt to them.
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Old 2nd July 2007, 09:00 AM   #7
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Hi All and Andy,

First of all, thanks for your nice responses to my issue.

As far as I am concerned, I suppose it was a fraud (90%).
That ebay seller (powerful seller) located in Lancashire, UK knows his cunning tricks very well. He said in his email to me that he would provide proof of posting/postage of the Philips cd 104 player on 14th April,2007, but a few days ago he claimed that he had thrown it away. (He only keeps them for 3 months).
He was good at kiling my time, and as a result I finally found myself lying on the street as a victim of the electronic trading community.
Since the specified time of lodgement of a claim to Paypal is over, it is unlikely I can get back part of the money.

I need further advice on the following issue:

Seller advised that I should lodge my claim to Royal Mail by sending a copy of Paypal payment receipt to them.

AS you say, he knows what to do !!!!!!

You cannot claim against Royal Mail without the proof of posting.

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Old 3rd July 2007, 11:37 PM   #8
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Question Invitation sent out to Seller

Hi All and Andy,

I would like to invite the seller cordially to this digital forum to let him say something for his own rights. Simply he is an experienced Ebay seller in UK, and I am much impressed by his suggestion that I should send a copy of Payal payment receipt to Royal Mail in order to claim back my loss for the missing Philips cd 104 player. (If he is not a member, he should register now.)

I would not do so, if I see any views that are contrary to mine.

Regards.
Kong

P.S. May be we could learn from him ...
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Old 6th July 2007, 05:56 AM   #9
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Hi All,

I need a volunteer to help me to draft a courteous invitation to Mr. Seller (Mr.B) in order to invite him to write something on this thread about his philosophy in respect of how he handles issue lodged by his dissatisfied buyer( ebayI.D. bx3g000197) who paid but received nothing. He simply turned down my invitation by saying that he don't have the time to pay a visit to this forum (digital).

This is my last effort before the thread succumbed silently.
Is there anyone can help?

Best Regards.
Victim of Electriconic Trading Community, also
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Old 6th July 2007, 11:28 AM   #10
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Give him a negative feedback. After long argueing I did so in a similar case, and the seller eventually sent the item... Then I turned the feedback to positive and everybody is happy. Yes, there is a way to give feedback even after several months. If the item got lost at the post, he has all information and he should initiate a trace.
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