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May 2, 2005, 7:16 pm
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Re: OT: e bay ??
First, there is a whole process on E-Bay for initiating a fraud or
Ultimately, E-Bay offers $200 of insurance per transaction if you are
defrauded (there is a $25 deductible), but you have to follow their
entire multi-step process (takes about 60 days).
If you paid by Pay-Pal, they will provide additional coverage, at least
doubling the E-Bay limit to $400, providing that a list of conditions is
met and that "you follow the process".
If you paid by credit card, you may have recourse via the credit card
firm as well.
NEVER pay for expensive E-Bay items by cash or cash equivalents (check,
money order). Always use Pay-Pal or a credit card.