It's me, telling the end of my very boring tale this week with selling frustrations.
It turns out the buyer was right and I was wrong. I got my sweaters back yesterday (Posh made her return the one she wanted to keep because it was a bundle). The one with the NAD was NWOT's, (I promise it was never worn) and after looking it over three times, I finally spotted the marks on the white part of the sweater. It has a 2mm nery pale yellowish spot in the sleeve seam and an off-white 3mm spot by the end of the sleeve. It took both of us three tries in different light to finally see what she was talking about.
The rules are she deserves to get her money back. I think I would have handled it differently. I had 9 sweaters to sell cheap and she is in the business of reselling for a good profit. I sold for one for $25 and she relisted for $220. If I was her, I would have played nice, found out my inventory and requested a better price on a bundle of remaining sweaters.
By the way, I looked up her policies as a seller: NO RETURNS, prices are FIRM, No offers and she received a negative on eBay for the way she treated a customer over a $180 transaction. Oh, dear.
Thank goodness this lady doesn't sell gorgeous D&B bags.
Yes, I will still be around. I love D&B quality and I hope the 12 Days sale is good this year. I haven't gotten a new bag in a year and am going to continue to add to my collection (very selectively). I may buy one bag a year and not 3-4.