I have sold a few handbag on Facebook via a fb group . I did have issues with a couple of buyers getting their item . But I'm located in Ar and both buyers are out of state Texas and Kentucky . The buyer in Kentucky got her items she purchased plus a refund for the other item . The buyer in Texas got a refund through her bank since she didn't get the item and refuse to wait on USPS claim investigation . She did a charge back to her back . Both buyers have label me a a scammers and took extreme methods to tarnish my name on Facebook . I receive email as from both ladies as well . I reply to ask them to stop contact me . I feel that is is Harrasement and I can't clear my name be age the admin of the group never ask me side . I removed myself from that Facebook group . I would like to harassment to end since both ladies are working togather and still contact me . I'm trying to be civil so I don't email them back be side not to message me . I also never gave them my email address as well .
You are not being harassed. This is what occurs when sales are made online. As to whether it is slander, if the statement made online is true or their opinion, there is little you can do as truth is an absolute defense.
Simply choose to ignore them or have an attorney draft a "Cease and Desist" letter on your behalf.
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