Mutal Withdrawal Request

onegirlcreative

Daddy's Little Girl
Feb 11, 2008
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No, it just means that both you and the seller/buyer have mutually agreed to not follow through with the transaction. It won't affect your eBay rating at all. If you have told the seller/buyer that you didn't want to follow through with the transaction, they have obviously agreed and they are doing it (if they're the seller) to get their FVF's reimbursed from eBay.
 

Blistered

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Jun 7, 2007
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exact words: "[FONT=Arial, Verdana]you have mutually agreed not to complete the transaction"

[/FONT]so... does this mean the money i won back in the paypal dispute will go back to him? because that is completely not right...

thanks
 

4theluvof-it

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No, it means that ebay will reimburse the sellers final value fees, you can still leave feedback and you still keep your money.
 

onegirlcreative

Daddy's Little Girl
Feb 11, 2008
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Personally, I wouldn't do it unless you agreed to mutually withdraw. If this is the same as your other thread, where the seller never shipped your bag, then no, I wouldn't agree to it. That's really low, IMO. What he did was wrong&#8212;you won the auction, paid for the auction, he never shipped it out, you file a dispute through PP, PP sided in your favor and refunded you your money, so why would he STILL want his FVF's back? That's just cheesy.

Don't respond. It won't hurt your money either way, he just wants his FVF reimbursed.
 

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Jun 7, 2007
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Yep, same as the other thread.

Thank you so much for your help! I really appreciate it.
 

mmmsc

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And if it was a fake bag, you should leave neg FB to that effect. Be sure and block his ID though if he decides to mess with you in retaliation.
 
Jun 25, 2008
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Is this about the same transaction of the other thread? Why are there multiple threads on the same thing? I'm confused. :confused1:
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