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KevSB 11 1.5k 5 United Kingdom
27 Jan 2013 2:13PM
No unfortunetly, the agreement with your credit card would be between Them and Paypal and would not be based on the reciept of the item, You would need to escalate the problem to paypal and try to resolve with them first which ive heard mixed reactions about, Ive not had a problem so comment on that. But will involve both partys proving they have sent and not recieved.
Paypal wont be responsible for the state of goods that you recieve, You would have to discuss that with the sender and only if the dispute was not solved then contact paypal through A dispute report.
TBH Its a minefield if it goes wrong but great savings if everything is all ok, unfortunetly saving money comes at a risk, Good luck with it

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mcgannc 6 389 3 England
27 Jan 2013 2:23PM
Cheers Kev - I've scoured paypal's terms and conditions, and apart from sites that use certain payment engine's for their paypal payments, the dispute policy seems relatively straight forward...but like you say, you don't really know until you have to use it! From a delivery point of view, it comes via 'insured' through fedex or similar...would you take any confidence from that?

Cheers,
Chris

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