So the guy switched your real cables with fake cables and now you’re getting his fake cables back? Correct? What caught my eye here was Cardas. I’m a Cardas fan boy and familiar with their older cables. I mean Cardas GR IC’s unless they’re VERY long are going to sell for 500 bucks or so. What some people will go through to rip you off. Unbelievable.
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I sold a perfectly good Pro-Ject RPM 10 Carbon turntable and got a PP charge back and a completely destroyed turntable returned to me 45 days later. The guy claimed it took him 30 days to open the giant wooden crate and refused to participate with the carrier’s insurance claim.
I documented everything with photos and videos, packing process, pick up etc.
Argued with 10 different PP agents for 3 months to no avail.
Eventually I just refused to pay them (PP) back.
I have never once agreed to use PayPay. Just Google Top Ten PayPay Scams. It is unfortunate you have fallen victim to one of them. Everyone should take this as a warning. Sellers have zero protection when using PayPal. Frankly, I'm surprised we don't hear a lot more of these stories. Forget the adage Buyer Beware. It's Seller Beware these days. A sad commentary indeed on our society.
Sorry to hear this.
I recently got ripped off on a purchase via Head-fi, by user fakcior I should have been more suspicious. However, I had used PayPal. I made an online claim with PayPal and they approved a refund immediately. I think the money was in my account in a few days. So, my experience with PayPal is good.
I still normally use PayPal F&F but did not do it with the iffy transaction.
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