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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by Doug Potte, Dec 26, 2000.
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1. Contact paypal. (Never buy from an unverified status seller)
2. Post negative ebay feedback (and always check for positive feedback first).
Most people on ebay with at least 30-40 positives and no negatives will not screw you. Its important to shop smartly on ebay.
I'd never pay anyone on e-bay other than directly with credit card (not PayPal).
Most Visa Gold/ MC Gold/ Amex cards have some sort of protection against such tactics, and will credit the payment back to your account. (Classic cards offer a lower degree of protection, for example, only on purchases made within 100 miles of your residence; first $50 damage is on you, etc.)
Also, next time be sure to use a card that offers a Private Payment (or like) service, so that they can't charge your card more than once.
In your case, I see no recourse other than sending the guy a letter (certified+RR) threatening litigation.
If you used a Credit card, dispute the charge and you should be able to get your money back.
Ebay also insures purchases up to $200, less a $25 deductible, so that is another option.
Best of luck!