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Are you responsible for what happens to your clients phone?

Discussion in 'Ebay' started by bigcasey123, Sep 20, 2013.

  1. bigcasey123

    bigcasey123 Regular Member

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    Well my brother just got a new lifeproof case and i kinda want to sell his old one (an easy 15 bucks) what happens if the buyer's phone gets broken because of faulty case? am i responsible? the case is legit (he got it from at&t or some shit like that) but i really don't have the money to replace a broken iphone because of a 15 dollar case.
     
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    youtalkmedia Senior Member

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    no one will come after you for that... lol it is a used case...
     
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    DBMEDIALLC Junior Member

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    Don't put in guarantee's in the ad where you sell it. Don't write "your phone will never break with this case" lol. You shouldn't have a problem. You're not liable if they break the phone regardless of if you sold them the case.
     
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    b1step-ahead Power Member

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    disclose sold as is, do not imply a warranty , and your good to go
     
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    bigcasey123 Regular Member

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    Great advice guys thanks.
     
  6. GigaGorilla

    GigaGorilla Junior Member

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    Everything is in the details when you sell something. I do not think a case has ever existed where someone held the guy who sold
    them a case at fault for a faulty case. It is a situation that is inapplicable since how do you value whether or not a case is faulty
    or just a normal case and the velocity of the fall damaged it badly. Nothing to worry about bro :)