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Old 02-12-2013, 05:55 AM   #5 (permalink)
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You can't compare big box stores returns policies to a person selling cards on ebay. Yes he will probably have to take the card back if he doesn't want a negative. The buyer still needs to post a reason as to why they are returning the item. They can't just say they no longer want it because that is buyers remorse and is against ebay rules. We all know the buyer won't say that obviously, but we all know that is what they are doing.

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Doesn't matter what his reason is unless you state specifically in your return policy (if you have one). While the guy may be an asshat, as a businessman your return policy is your word and reputation.

Would Target or Walmart question your Crabtree or any 49er jersey return-attempt the day after the Super Bowl?

As long as he's within his right via your return policy suck it up and take the card back.

Sometimes these returns are the cost of doing business. Any idea how many BIG televisions get returned to Best Buy the day after the Super Bowl?
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