he can try to open a dispute with paypal, which will not effect your ebay account. i think the fact that he says he will sick ebay on you leads me to believe he might not know what he is talking about
by dourdan - 10 hours ago
Yes, eBay can take your money. Read your member agreement. This is a perfect example against ever using eBay. Next time sell your stuff through Craigstlist and meet buyers in a public place, like a coffee house. Bring a friend for safety. Never take anything other than cash. Better yet, donate your used items to charity or give them away to friends. If there's no money in your bank account, they can potentially screw your credit score. Make the customer return the item and give a refund. You can file a reverse dispute with eBay if they return the wrong radio or it appears damaged.
by falsi fiable - 10 hours ago
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