- Nov 12, 2007
I recently sold a pair of Christian Louboutin shoes from my personal collection. I don't have the receipt as they are several years old but the original price tag from Saks is still on the box. The buyer sent a request for a return claiming that they are not authentic. Per my listing, returns are not accepted. I don't want to accept the return based on the principle - they are not fake and by taking them back, it's like I'm admitting she's right. She's also requesting that I pay return shipping. Looking at the forum, it seems like eBay always sides with the buyer. Is it worth fighting or should I just accept the return, avoid the headache and move on? Thanks in advance for your advice.