I was warned from members of your site that paypal doesn´t care for not as described items. I had to wait for more than a month to reach a verdict for my dispute and had to pay $55 for a non-authentication certificate, only to tell me that I was not eligible for a refund. What a ripoff. I had previously posted the problem at the Dior forum and the bag was obviously a fake. This was confirmed by members of the forum as well.This is what paypal told me: Based on our definition of significantly not-as-described, this claim does not qualify for a refund.We found the value of the item was not affected. For more information about the claims process, please review the User Agreement. https://www.paypal.com/cy/cgi-bin/?cmd=p/gen/ua/ua-outside Thank you for your cooperation. Sincerely, Protection Services Department PayPal does not tolerate fraud or illegal activities. Your complaint has been noted in the record of the PayPal user you reported. If we find this user has violated our policies, we will investigate and take appropriate action. If this occurs, you may be contacted in the future about the status of this complaint. To make sure future transactions proceed smoothly, we suggest you visit the PayPal site and click the Security Center link located at the bottom of any page. There you will find tips on how to avoid fraudulent sellers in the "Fraud Prevention Tips for Buyers" section.