I sold new televisin on Ebay in Jan.2012. The buyer claimed it was broken when received and UPS driver had looked at it and agreed. He had it at his home over 12 hours before reporting issue, was told to order inspection which he did an then canceled. He opened a dispute to get his money back and I did everything I could to work this out with him. Was told I would return his money if he could prove claim, he could not but Ebay sided with him anyway, an was told he did not have to prove he was telling the truth. On the other hand I can prove his dishonesty and that Ebay allowed it. I have kept all paperwork including his last email to me where he clearly states that no one ever looked at the set at all. I am out almost a $1000 because Ebay refused change findings. I need help now please.
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