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Old 08-18-2012, 07:20 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by BeccaSueCongdon
If it were me, i'd keep it as simple as possible and just return the item for the full refund. You can go through eBay to try and get your return shipping refunded but they may not do that. Also, depending on how his listing was written, there is the small potential that they could side with him. If seller write "as is, no returns" in the listing then it's final.
"As is, no returns" doesn't fly with PayPal as a reason, so she would get refunded regardless.

OP - That sounds like the best option for you then. Update and let us know how it works out! I hope it goes smoothly

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