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Re: Fake items bought using PayPal

Subject: Re: Fake items bought using PayPal
by Stu on 2012/1/5 16:11:35

I don't really understand how they can do this in law (but presumably there is something in the mountain of PayPal terms). It certainly would seem to make sense that if the transaction is reversed, then title of the item *must* return to the seller as there has effectively been no payment. Because the transaction has been no payment, the seller destroying someone else's property (based on an unverified claim as to its authenticity) is a crime. I would have thought that the only party that could legally require and authorise destruction of the article would be a court in the buyers jurisdiction (maybe).

Grrr. I really hate eBay / PayPal - they are such crooks.
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