It's rather annoying that if you sell something on eBay, the buyer can report it as defective and you basically HAVE to refund it. I sold a few Intel Neural Compute Sticks on eBay. These are the original NCS sticks, which aren't supported anymore.
Buyer wants a refund because they didn't do any research before buying, and only just discovered that they would have to use an older version of OpenVino in order to use the NCS. That's not really my fault is it?
@DCLXVI I'm able to respond, but basically if the buyer marks the item as defective, then you pretty much forced to refund unless the buyer agrees to cancel the refund. There isn't any real appeal process either, which sucks because I know people who have sold very expensive, perfect condition things on eBay, which the buyer has then damaged, but they've marked it as "defective" or not as described, and successfully got eBay to refund the item. There isn't much seller protection tbh.
@mhamzahkhan I'm all for strong protections for buyers, but that's unfair to sellers. I've thought about selling some items on eBay, but not under those conditions!
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