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Promoted 10-23-2015 by daisybeetle at 09:47 AM View Original Post
Paypal.com offers Reimbursement for Return Shipping on Up to 4 Paypal Purchased Items (max return shipping cost of $30 each) via a Refund Request when you activate the offer on your account. Service valid through 1/31/2016. Thanks loopydeals

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Refund requests must be sent within 14 days of mailing back the returned item (Refund request form). Funds will be reimbursed to you via your Paypal account within 5 business days from approval. - daisybeetle

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Edited October 17, 2015 at 12:11 PM by annie930ny
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#3
Thanks for sharing
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#4
Why not. I rarely use Paypal, but nice to know that I *may* get my return costs covered if it meets their T&C.
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ugh. just give people more reasons to use something/break something and then return it.
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as a business I would never use paypal but as a buyer its great because you can complain about almost anything and you have a 95% chance of getting your money back...but just know that the seller you've complained about probably got their account frozen because of said complaint.
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awesome- right on
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nice free returns!!
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so this includes Ebay purchases via Paypal?
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as a business I would never use paypal but as a buyer its great because you can complain about almost anything and you have a 95% chance of getting your money back...but just know that the seller you've complained about probably got their account frozen because of said complaint.
Not true anymore.. Maybe once upon a time... I purchased a defective tv from buy dig and filed a claim through paypal and long story short they took sides with buy dig.
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Should come in handy for impulse buys during the holidays. Cool
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Quote from brithug00 View Post :
ugh. just give people more reasons to use something/break something and then return it.
Completely agree. It's gotten absolutely frickin ridiculous. Buyers have carte blanche to do whatever the hell they want and screw over honest, hard-working sellers who do everything right and provide the best possible service.

If there is a good alternative to PayPal, I would go there in a second. Unfortunately, PayPal is very intertwined with eBay even though they are separate companies now.

Quote from stanlee.steemer View Post :
as a business I would never use paypal but as a buyer its great because you can complain about almost anything and you have a 95% chance of getting your money back...but just know that the seller you've complained about probably got their account frozen because of said complaint.
I agree. PayPal told me they are afraid of chargebacks so they side with the buyer almost all of the time regardless of the circumstances of the transaction.
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Completely agree. It's gotten absolutely frickin ridiculous. Buyers have carte blanche to do whatever the hell they want and screw over honest, hard-working sellers who do everything right and provide the best possible service.

If there is a good alternative to PayPal, I would go there in a second. Unfortunately, PayPal is very intertwined with eBay even though they are separate companies now.


I agree. PayPal told me they are afraid of chargebacks so they side with the buyer almost all of the time regardless of the circumstances of the transaction.
I agree. if eBay is separate now then why don't they start accepting other payment methods now?
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Quote from beakeru2 View Post :
Not true anymore.. Maybe once upon a time... I purchased a defective tv from buy dig and filed a claim through paypal and long story short they took sides with buy dig.
Did you use a credit card or PayPal funds? PayPal will ALWAYS do what is in THEIR best interest. If you used a credit card, they will bow down to the credit card company so they don't have to incur chargeback fees. If you just used your PayPal funds, then PayPal will want their commission and won't want to offend a business customer over a peon customer.
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Quote from beakeru2 View Post :
Not true anymore.. Maybe once upon a time... I purchased a defective tv from buy dig and filed a claim through paypal and long story short they took sides with buy dig.
buy dig is a multi-million dollar company that has fancy words in its buyer T&C written by some fancy pants lawyer to protect it from buyer. I was talking about the mom and pop sellers out there that paypal loves to shut down for petty reasons. and if I was you I would of filed a chargeback directly with the credit card issuer if I was shipped a defective TV
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