I went through a phase of selling counterfeit goods on eBay. It was easy money but pretty stupid, so I have since stopped. (I even got TRS, but haven't sold anything since..) I got an email today from a customer I sold to in October. He sent the fake headphones to be repaired as they broke recently, but instead got a letter from the manufacturer notifying him they were in fact, fake. He is asking for a refund, but will go through eBay / his card company if I deny him. What chance is there that I'm going to have to pay him back? He has proof that the headphones were fake...wouldn't the card company simply do a chargeback, or is it too late for that? What happens with eBay...surely the buyer protection is only 60 days or so? I can't really afford to refund him.. (it was over £200). Thanks in advance to any responses I may receive!