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I have ran into problems with Paypal. I was refunded by a seller , but i found £5 had been deducted there was no explanation for this , so i emiled paypal and they sent me this

 

"Thank you for contacting PayPal.

 

We never apply fees if a seller issues a refund via the ‘Issue refund’ link in their PayPal account. In this instance however, the refund you received was issued through the ‘Send Money’ feature as a new payment. This means that our standard fee for receiving money was applied.

 

Don’t worry, though, this should be easy to resolve. Just contact your seller and ask them to refund your original transaction using the ‘Issue Refund’ link. You can refund the new payment you received and enter a note advising your seller that you have been charged a fee as they have not refunded the original transaction.

 

Here’s how you can refund the payment you received:

 

Go to http://www.paypal.co.uk and log in to your account.

Click ‘History’ near the top of the page.

Click ‘Details’ next to the seller’s refund.

Click ‘Issue a refund.’

For ‘Refund Amount,’ enter the amount that the seller refunded to you, then click ‘Continue.’

Review the information, then click ‘Issue Refund.’

Your seller can use the same instructions to refund the original payment to you.

 

Please let us know if you require any further assistance.

 

Yours sincerely,

Lisa

PayPal"l

 

So i followed their instructions and sent seller this message

"could you please refund 98.99 again, (this was due to fee applied) i contacted Paypal and they state that i need to do this using the "Issue Refund' link. - and you also need to use this method thanks"

 

6 weeks have passed and i have heard nothing from seller.

Numerous emails sent to Paypal - going around in circles and the last 2 ignored.

3 lengthy phone calls lasting over 1hr .Initially i was told a manager would look into my case and email me - i got nothing.Then it was claimed above was a spoof email and now all i get is that it was my fault i disputed the fee in first place.But even when i told them i was following their instructions (which i later discovered were totally incorrect as 60days had passed) they are disingenously hiding behind the dreadful 45/60 day rule.

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the seller has issued a refund minus £5 so they have sent you a payment rather then refund the oritginal payment.

 

DO NOT CLOSE your paypal dispute.

 

refund their payment

 

if they do not respond to the paypa dispute, paypal wi refund the original transaction

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Thanks - i have refunded the seller the payment -that was over a month ago.I contacted paypal they say " dispute is over 45 days - "nothing to do with us" -even though it was their instructions per email i followed

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why did you not open dispute before the time limit?

 

you may have to beg with PayPal as they can open a dispute after the 45 days if they wish too.

 

if not and the seller in non cooperative then you would need to go down the small claims route

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I was dealing with seller during that time -and to be really honest i wasn't aware of the 45day rule(i know that is no exuse despite the idiotic time limit).The product had a very minor fault which was not affecting useage but then the console failed - and the actual dispute occurred after the 45days.

I think Paypal policy is one of buyer indifference or that buyer will simply give up.They have misinformed me by saying they have discretion to open dispute after 45 days to later "our computers won't allow it"

Small claims court - seller is international -so no chance there.I think Paypal are aware of the "international problem" and hence their attitude.

I can't see what is so complicated about Paypal getting refund back for me off the seller- surely it just needs a a few clicks on their part?

Personally i think the time limit is immaterial as they instructed me wrongfully to refund anyway

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I think you're out of luck, the 45 day rule is all PayPal will follow.

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