No I wasnt talking to you directly. I just dont take any notice of guarantees etc. I just prefer to authenticate before I buy as everyone seems to have so much trouble getting money back at all as Paypal expect written proof of fakes and that is sometimes not easy at all. I do think scammers say this too. Some people dont know how hard it is to prove something is fake and it can lull people into a flse sense of security to think a refund is easy
No sorry from me. I just meant that those guarantees dont do it for me. I go by authentication, feedback and history of selling similar etc.I actually figured out (after I posted) that you weren't talking to me. It took me a minute to figure out what you meant in your post.. sorry! I get it now ; ) and I agree.
Yeah I'm pretty sure that it is binding in court, but how many people would actually take it that far? Not me for sure! Ebay/Payapl are enough trouble as it is.Ebay is a binding contract as some people happen to post in their listings. If someone is adding a written agreement to the terms of the sale, I don't see why that couldn't be enforced. I don't think ebay/ paypal would enforce it but I think if it were pursued in a court of law the "words" would hold up pretty strongly. It would have to worth the trouble of pursuing though-