- May 10, 2010
ebay is totally wrong in saying that you won't have buyer protection. You already paid - what do they expect you to do? I've gotten that same message. In my case I knew the item was authentic.
They expected me to cancel the transaction and request a refund....of course this would not affect my status as a seller/buyer apparently as if they expect me to believe anything they say now.ebay is totally wrong in saying that you won't have buyer protection. You already paid - what do they expect you to do? I've gotten that same message. In my case I knew the item was authentic.
Funnily enough luv2run41 the bin of this bag was £150 too and I was thinking it may have been reported as fake due to low listing price and the fact that it is not a common colour/leather type.I just had this happen to me too!! Everything was absolutely fine . I was nervous at first but the item was an LV eva bag and the bin was 150! No kidding, someone mentioned that MC and the listing was removed because the price was too low. I had the bag authenticated and it is 100% real and in beautiful condition! You have nothing to worry about. Other times if a seller (especially new) sells more than a certain type of item this may happen. Try not to worry
I'm glad that you're thrilled with your bag and this ended well for you!I'm happy to say all's well that ends well.....bag turned up today and she's GORGEOUS it's just a shame that due to it being removed I can no longer leave feedback to the seller so a big to ebay!!!
Did you have the shoes authenticated before bidding?Just got one of these emails tonight about a pair of shoes I won from a newish seller. I hope I end up with a positive outcome like the previous posters. Were any of you able to confirm if you in fact still had buyer protection? I paid through PayPal with PayPal credit. Thanks!