When you send something back to Ebay within 2 weeks, shouldn't you get your delivery refunded?
- JudyLv 79 months ago
not unless it's defective.
- curtisports2Lv 79 months ago
That's up to the seller. Some sellers openly say 'Free returns' and others openly say 'Returns not accepted'.
When you are returning something that eBay or PayPal will be giving you a full refund on because you didn't receive the correct item or because of defect or damage, you DO get back anything you paid to have it shipped to you - its included in the full refund. You do NOT get back what it cost you to return the item. Some sellers will pay for that and some will not.
- Anonymous9 months ago
Why did you send it back? Change your mind? No.
Not as described? Maybe. I would have asked the seller for a prepaid return label.
- MaxiLv 79 months ago
That depends on what the terms/conditions are from the individual seller
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- 9 months ago
eBay is an auction site. They don't buy or sell anything - they put potential buyers and sellers in touch with each other. If you buy something through eBay, you get the goods and the seller gets the money. If it turns out that the goods are substantially different to the way they were described or that they are faulty or dangerous, you can ask for a full refund including postage. If you just decide you don't want the goods, why should the seller be out of pocket just because of your dithering? If you tended to sell items on eBay rather than buying, you wouldn't have asked this question.