CALL Paypal, don't mess with them online. You might be able to open a dispute anyways.
The lights cost almost as much as the panel, thus making the whole package expensive as fffuuu. The bare panel isn't too expensive though ($350-ish?).The tail lights are actually the rare thing. The Porter lights are damn hard to come by. The authentic Garage Vary panel is comparatively much easier to find. They are often sold without the lights.
I think you're going to need to press on this dude to get results. I'll leave him unbanned for the moment if he ever decides to fess up here, but I doubt he will.Black Widow said:Dude don't believe this guy, he just wants his money back because I guess he sold his car or something. It's been 3 months and a couple of days why would he ask for a refund now
To put it bluntly, your concern is a purely civil one. There is no criminal element here. Your only option is a civil action. Depending upon what state you and he are in, there may be a jurisdictional issue. Your strongest course of action is to take it up with Paypal. The fact that this is three months later isn't going to help you. They have a cutoff of 45 days. To put it bluntly, you dropped the ball and you've got a hill to climb. Climbing that hill may cost more than you paid.Shipping counterfeit goods across state lines using the US postal service is a federal offense and there is a website set up to report it. So will file a claim with the post office this weekend. Miami police department has a claims posting process for similar items. Have to look and see if I can file a private party complaint with the attourney general in Florida, or if that's limited to commercial claims. Then take a look to see if I can file a claim in Miami Dade Clerk of Courts for small claims in situ, or if there is a detective agency I can hire to do some work for me.
I've never, ever had an issue running a chargeback. Granted I've only done it a handful of times the card company has always bent over backwards for me. When have you had issues?Keep telling yourself that. A chargeback isn't that easy, but try it anyway. It depends upon the card company. As I said, stranger things have happened.
I've worked for a card company in a prior life. Some cases are obvious, others require some substantiation. It ultimately depends upon the facts at issue, and how the card company is feeling that day.I've never, ever had an issue running a chargeback. Granted I've only done it a handful of times the card company has always bent over backwards for me. When have you had issues?