|box250squared ,eBay ID, Box-two-fifty Squared, Box250squared Leaving False Reports, Retaliatory Actions, Scammer Springfield, Ohio |
|14th of Nov, 2010 by User536699 |
|In August of 2010, box250squared bid and won an item from me on eBay.com|
Item #: 150476304159
Title: Panasonic AG-HSC1 HSC1UP AVCHD HD Camcorder w/Extras!!
Buyer eBay User ID: box250squared
2071 N Bechtle Ave
Springfield, OH 45504-1583
PayPal e-mail: [email protected]
personal email: [email protected]
No other legal name provided. Legitimate? The buyer failed to pay for the item after almost 3 weeks after winning and I had to file a complaint on August 23, 2010. Buyer still could not pay and received a Unpaid Buyer Strike. A final value fee was reimbursed and a free relist credit was issued to me and the item was relisted.
Date: Sept 10, 2010.
Item #: 150491575489 Box250squared won the item on Sept 17, 2010 and asked for me to remove the unpaid buyer strike from our previous transaction. I declined since it was a transaction that he failed to pay for. In turn, he paid for my reslisted item and asked me to ship this item and remove the unpaid buyer strike from his last transaction. I called paypal on Sept 25, 2010 and was ADVISED BY PAYPAL not to ship the item as this appears to be a retaliatory gesture, and to contact the seller to back out of the transaction. My messages were not responded to. I explained the situation to the buyer, and the buyer ignored my messages, questions, suggestions, offer for his opinion, and demanded (in all caps) for a tracking number in one sentence, without any regard or sense to the context of the situation that I was advised by paypal to negotiate to back out of this transaction. On Oct 12, 2010, buyer leaves me a negative feedback leaving out all aspects of context- a clear retaliatory gesture of the unpaid buyer strike he received for failing to pay. More recently, buyer has threatened in emails that "Getting our money back by force will not be enough. Not even close." As a sidenote, buyer said he will go to various internet crime complaint and law enforcement services, but this is fine since I encourage the justice for a situation like this. Buyer, however, continues to promise defamation: "Various google searchable internet sites (already started). List will grow. We'll also be sure anyone looking for you or your AKA's will find this story via google. Paperisdelicious: Ebay scam artist and wire fraud." For the record, I do not have the buyer's money. when the buyer escalated the claim in paypal, paypal held the funds from me (putting me into negative balance) until the issue was resolved. I called paypal (since the refund option was not available in an escalated claim), to release the funds since I did not ship the item (as per paypal's instructions). They said they would close the case and release the funds to the buyer. Paypal apparently has not because the buyer is claiming I am fraudulent and that I still have his money. I have encouraged the buyer several times to please CALL paypal to get his funds released, but he continues to refuse to do so. He simply tells me I have an intention to cheat him and that he called weeks ago (which is not a relevant date to the matter at hand). My last response to the seller asked him not to believe me, but to please call paypal to hear from them that I do not have his money. He claims I continue to lie, claiming loopholes in my story that dont exist, for exmaple, that refunds are handled online, not phone (loophole!...?). For those experienced eBayers out there who can help advise mr. box250squared. We do know that in an escalated claim, paypal holds those funds and begins their own investigation. These funds are released by paypal when the item is returned to the original seller, or the goods shipped to the buyer claiming non-receipt. All shipments must be provided with a tracking number, and any tracking information submitted to paypal would've been viewable by the seller. However, since I did not ship anything and told paypal i did not ship anything, there was no tracking number, thus the case was closed in the buyer's favor. So either paypal still has his money and the buyer thinks I'm scamming and coming after me with everything he's got. Or the buyer is scamming me himself and claiming I still have his money when he already has it. I'd like to give him the benefit of the doubt and think its still held by paypal. Thoughts, opinions, questions, regards? Please feel free to email me at @yahoo.com.
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