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In Reply to: RE: Advice Please posted by BadgerDMS on August 24, 2015 at 19:53:33
Hi BadgerDMS - I had a similar situation on an Audiogon transaction many years ago. The buyer took 4 weeks before reporting a problem then wanted a full refund. Like you, the item was shipped with tracking info, double-boxed and in perfect working condition.
I refused the refund based on the 4 weeks from receipt to report so the buyer escalated to Audiogon through their "dispute" process. After exchanges from both parties with their side of the story and the facts of tracking (shipped and received dates), Audiogon sided with me due to the length and suggested two weeks was more than enough time and the buyer needs to take the responsibility to immediately unpack and fully check all functions.
Audiogon allowed 2 weeks in case of emergency trip, etc. In your case, I would deny the refund and make sure your funds are not in your PayPal balance in case the buyer pulls a stunt and disputes through PayPal.
Thanks Jeff. I want to be fair, but I'm leaning your way. I can't actually believe he wants to use the unit that way in the first place, and suspect he was looking for an excuse to get out of the deal.
I can think of a common "use case" for wanting both outputs to work simul: balanced output to main amps, unbalanced to subwoofer.
This is a very common use case.
I make no comment on anything else related to this transaction...
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