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Ebay and Chargebacks. Are we going to make something?

Discussion in 'Ebay' started by extremephp, Sep 3, 2011.

  1. extremephp

    extremephp BANNED BANNED

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    Well, I plan to get into some serious dropshipping soon, but was thinking this lately since I find it weird.

    Why cant anyone buy something off ebay and later do a chargeback. I mean, Why cant they all do that if they pay using CC. I wonder. Just because they have some morality in them? Or is there a way to beat around it?:confused:
     
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    Because it's just bad morals.

    That and it's just plain greed to do that. Sure you can, but if both sides are happy, the customer gets the product he wanted, the seller gets money, then why get even more greedy?
     
  3. extremephp

    extremephp BANNED BANNED

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    That question makes me feel like you are referring me in that.:confused:

    If I was that type of guy, I would probably have a few iPhones lying around, few wide screen monitors, and an ultra cool sound system. :rolleyes: These are what I am in need of as of now, and I am still in need of, so that means I amnt interested in that shit.

    Just was curious how to deal with this, when they can get their money back all the time.
     
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    It's one of the worst ideas, why would you want to leave someone else with a negative to pay and have paypal harass them.

    It is immoral to do something like this, if you're starting your dropshipping business then you should atleast think about how it would effect you if you got robbed like this.

    This is the only reason I never sell on my real account, I always use stealths to sell...if something goes wrong or a bad buyer turns up you just walk away from it.

    However if the buyer and seller both agree to the chargeback then it should be fine.
     
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  5. extremephp

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    As I said, I amnt doing that. I am just asking why people doesnt do that all the time since I am to step onto Ebay soon.
     
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    Im not accusing you of doing it bro...I was just saying it in general.
    People do it all the time, everyday all day...thats what some people live for, if you're new to ebay....becareful with high ticket items. A new seller with low feedback is more likely to be scammed than a powerseller.
     
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    I think, though, that if you do too many chargebacks it looks weird and Paypal might ban you. Right? I think I read about that somewhere.
     
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    Yes, too many chargebacks is a red flag for a paypal account.
    Even your CC company offers only a limited number of chargebacks every year.