First of all, I want to say thanks for the advice that all of you left on part one of my unfortunate ordeal. I took your advice and filed a grievance with the seller through PayPal. In turn, they setup a forum or message board of sorts where I had to leave a message for the seller and wait for him to respond. So they pretty much want us to try to work things out and come to some sort of agreement before escalating things any further. This next statement goes out to PayPal:
IF I HAVE TO FILE A DISPUTE THROUGH YOU GUYS THEN THAT PROBABLY MEANS THAT I’VE ALREADY TRIED TO WORK THINGS OUT WITH THE OTHER PARTY AND IT COULDN'T BE DONE.
Needless to say the seller didn’t respond to my numerous messages on the board. So I escalated the situation to PayPal once again. At this point THEY try to contact the other party and get his/her side of the story. (Anyone else see a ridiculous pattern here?) If there is no response after ten days then the claim would be decided in my favor. Ok, now here’s the best part. If the claim was decided in my favor then PayPal would make every effort to get my money back. This really means, “We’ll do what we can, but we ain’t making no promises…sucka.”
At this point, I was inclined to agree with the anonymous individual who left the post on part one of my articles stating that I should just go to my bank and have the charges reversed then let PayPal deal with the individual, which is exactly what I did. One day later, I had my money back with no problems. Now if PayPal wants to take their time with the claim process, then by all means, have it. I got paid and that’s all I care about.
Later that day I get an email from PayPal saying there was something wrong with bank account. I check my funds and everything was in order. I got this message from PayPal because THOSE MOFO’S (PayPal) TRIED TO DO A CHARGEBACK ON MY CHARGEBACK! That’s right. They tried to take the money back from me. How ya like that? Instead of trying to take the money from the crook, they tried to stick their hands in the pockets of the victim. Luckily, my bank said “Woe Bitches…that ain’t happening.”
I’ve left Webguru_1 (I’m putting you on blast, numbnuts.) a negative feedback and took my money to Best Buy and purchased a much better laptop which I am using to bring you Part 2 of this story. I told you there was a happy ending.
Good lookin' out for ya boy Douce. Much love to the FrESH peeps!