Somebody on ebay gave me positive feedback before I shipped their item?
they gave you early good feedback because they trusted you, dont be a thief and send them their item,,,, you have no right to steal their item and be rewarded with good feedback. why do you think they cant get a refund just because they left good feedback? if you cant show ebay and the buyer and paypal proof of delivery to them they will get a refund weather they left you feedback or not, and they can put in a request to have their feedback removed if they think about it. they arent stupid for leaving feedback early unless you turn yourself into a thief thinking like you do.
by reasonable-sale-lots - 10 hours ago
You will go to hell in this life if you don't send it or refund their money. Your conscious would not let you live in peace. If a ball hits you, you will feel guilty. If someone slaps you, you will think you deserve it for being a bad person. It's your choice: peace of mind or low self-esteem.
by Red Dressed Flower - 10 hours ago
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