Can I get my money back on ebay?
I don't understand why you ask if you can get your money back. You haven't sent anyone any money. The person you're talking about is the BUYER. *You* are the SELLER. The reason the buyer is "going through all this trouble" is because they want you to ship them the laptop even though they have not really paid for it. That's the whole point of a scam -- they are cheating you. Do what eBay says, and DO NOT SHIP your item. Don't even try to contact the buyer. You won't be able to, anyway, because whatever number they gave you is fake.
by rtfm - a day ago
If you haven't lost any money and still in possession of the laptop,there's nothing to be compensated for. Get clearance from eBay so that you can relist it,it's an irritation nothing more.
by trish b - a day ago
(1) When you write "the seller" do you mean "the buyer"? You are the seller, yes? (2) Compensated for ... what exactly? You still have the laptop. So you want someone to pay for your trouble? I don't get it.
by Ni mimi - a day ago
I don't have idea.. but i think you can
by Namdeo - a day ago
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