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by Marge Green on eBay

I am writing to you as a result of a recent return/refund authorized by PayPal. My initial intention to begin selling on eBay was to establish a small part time business selling new or excellent high quality pre-owned items. In a relatively short period of time I was able to elevate my eBay account status, by selling 18 items at over $1,900. These items ranged from modestly priced to several hundred dollars each.



I was warned by eBay selling friends who encouraged me to build a store on eBay, that dishonest buyers will take advantage of you by returning products in their possession that are defective. I was counseled not to accept returns on any eBay auction. As such I had conducted all my auctions as “no returns accepted.”



Then a problem arose with one item sold: an electric battery charger that I knew its origins and condition (purchased new in the box from the retailer). The “buyer” of this item quickly found fault with the item. He sought at first to be reimbursed the cost by trying to send it to the manufacturer for them to replace the item. When that failed, he wanted various arrangements of return/retain the item/refund. Then out of the blue he assured me via an eBay message that sometimes “shit happens”, his words not mine. The matter seemed to be settled.



Next thing I know he is requesting a full refund through PayPal. He worked the system expertly and PayPal agreed to an item return/refund. The very reason my eBay friends advised me not to accept returns, became evident, when the return item was received.



The item returned was missing components and was not the same item I sent to the “buyer” originally. Prior to shipping the item to the buyer, I placed a small center-punch mark on the bottom side of the battery charger case. This hardly noticeable mark was NOT on the item that was returned to me. As I suspected this less than honest “buyer” sent his previously defective item back to me. I know this because the buyer had disclosed to me earlier in a communication that he had a similar battery charger and it had just “died.”



This experience was a fifty dollar plus loss to my small fledgling business. Not the end of the world, but it did make me pause and rethink my plans of an eBay store. If “NO RETURNS ACCEPTED” is meaningless when you are faced with a practiced dishonest “buyer,” the losses could really add up.



To do eBay well is a time consuming affair. All of the items that I sold on eBay were new or excellent high quality pre-owned. All descriptions and photographs were clear and truthful. This effort to be clear and honest has now been proven to be easily defeated. As such, I have decided to abandon my ambitions of an eBay store and or using PayPal as a means of payment for other business transactions. Effective immediately I am removing all listings from eBay. I won’t be back. I will share this experience with my eBay friends and to others who inquire how my fledgling eBay business is going.



Marge Green

Phone number: 1800 209 3229

Hours: Mon-Fri 5am-10pm, Sat-Sun 6am-6pm PST

Email: info@ebayinc.com

Website: https://www.ebay.in/

eBay Corporate Office Address
2025 Hamilton Avenue, San Jose, California 95125, USA

Last updated on May 25th, 2018 at 05:51 am

eBay Corporate Office and Headquarters address

eBay Inc. is a multinational e-commerce corporation based in San Jose, California that facilitates consumer-to-consumer and business-to-consumer sales through its website. eBay was founded by Pierre Omidyar in 1995, and became a notable success story of the dot-com bubble. eBay is a multibillion-dollar business with operations in about 30 countries, as of 2011. The company manages eBay.com, an online auction and shopping website in which people and businesses buy and sell a wide variety of goods and services worldwide. The website is free to use for buyers, but sellers are charged fees for listing items after a limited number of free listings, and again when those items are sold. The details of eBay corporate office and headquarters address will help you to know more about eBay service.

 

eBay Headquarters Corporate Address

eBay Headquarters
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Below is the headquarters address of eBay corporate office

2025 Hamilton Avenue,
San Jose,
California 95125,
USA

eBay Corporate Address

2145 Hamilton Ave.
San Jose, CA
95125

You can address any correspondence to the eBay headquarters to:

 

eBay Headquarters Phone Number

The eBay corporate office phone number is +1-800-322-9266.
For customer services, you can call: 1800 209 3229-My-eBay and for sales support, call: 866-540-3229.

 

eBay Corporate office email

info@ebayinc.com

Contact form

 

eBay Customer service

eBay customer service number: 1800 209 3229

 

How to contact or complain to eBay Corporate?

eBay Customer Service team is available on 1800 209 3229 and +1-408-376-7400. Lines are open 7 days a week from 24 hours So you can submit your complaint easily.

 

Executive Team.

Here is the list of eBay Executive Team and Board of Director.

  • Thomas J. Tierney – Chairman
  • Devin N. Wenig – President, Chief Executive Officer & Director
  • Adriane M. Brown – Director
  • Diana Farrell – Director
  • Logan Green – Director
  • Paul S. Pressler – Director
  • Anthony J. Bates – Independent Director
  • Perry Marques Traquina – Independent Director

 

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by Marge Green on eBay

I am writing to you as a result of a recent return/refund authorized by PayPal. My initial intention to begin selling on eBay was to establish a small part time business selling new or excellent high quality pre-owned items. In a relatively short period of time I was able to elevate my eBay account status, by selling 18 items at over $1,900. These items ranged from modestly priced to several hundred dollars each.



I was warned by eBay selling friends who encouraged me to build a store on eBay, that dishonest buyers will take advantage of you by returning products in their possession that are defective. I was counseled not to accept returns on any eBay auction. As such I had conducted all my auctions as “no returns accepted.”



Then a problem arose with one item sold: an electric battery charger that I knew its origins and condition (purchased new in the box from the retailer). The “buyer” of this item quickly found fault with the item. He sought at first to be reimbursed the cost by trying to send it to the manufacturer for them to replace the item. When that failed, he wanted various arrangements of return/retain the item/refund. Then out of the blue he assured me via an eBay message that sometimes “shit happens”, his words not mine. The matter seemed to be settled.



Next thing I know he is requesting a full refund through PayPal. He worked the system expertly and PayPal agreed to an item return/refund. The very reason my eBay friends advised me not to accept returns, became evident, when the return item was received.



The item returned was missing components and was not the same item I sent to the “buyer” originally. Prior to shipping the item to the buyer, I placed a small center-punch mark on the bottom side of the battery charger case. This hardly noticeable mark was NOT on the item that was returned to me. As I suspected this less than honest “buyer” sent his previously defective item back to me. I know this because the buyer had disclosed to me earlier in a communication that he had a similar battery charger and it had just “died.”



This experience was a fifty dollar plus loss to my small fledgling business. Not the end of the world, but it did make me pause and rethink my plans of an eBay store. If “NO RETURNS ACCEPTED” is meaningless when you are faced with a practiced dishonest “buyer,” the losses could really add up.



To do eBay well is a time consuming affair. All of the items that I sold on eBay were new or excellent high quality pre-owned. All descriptions and photographs were clear and truthful. This effort to be clear and honest has now been proven to be easily defeated. As such, I have decided to abandon my ambitions of an eBay store and or using PayPal as a means of payment for other business transactions. Effective immediately I am removing all listings from eBay. I won’t be back. I will share this experience with my eBay friends and to others who inquire how my fledgling eBay business is going.



Marge Green

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