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tijen2005
04-02-2008, 09:22 PM
I am selling my Friday hard ticket purchased from ticketmaster for $100 or best offer. I take paypal so your transaction will be secure. I live in Albuquerque, NM.

tijen2005@yahoo.com

dnbmunke
04-02-2008, 09:55 PM
I am selling my Friday hard ticket purchased from ticketmaster for $100 or best offer. I take paypal so your transaction will be secure. I live in Albuquerque, NM.

tijen2005@yahoo.com

doesn't seem that secure

13.7 Claims Procedures. If you escalate a Dispute into a Claim, we will gather information from you and the seller and determine eligibility for reimbursement under the Buyer Protection Programs. Here are some important things to remember about the Claim process:

If a buyer files a Claim asserting receipt of a Significantly Not as Described item, we will generally require the buyer to return the item to the seller at the buyers expense and to Viewable Online Proof of Delivery. If the item is over $250.00 USD or equivalent, Viewable Online Signature Confirmation must also accompany theViewable Online Proof of Delivery. In some circumstances, we may require the buyer to send the item to us or to a third party specified by us, to obtain documentation from a qualified third party substantiating the Claim, or to provide evidence that the item has been destroyed. In some instances, we may ask a buyer to support a Claim by filing and supplying a copy of a police report.
If a buyer initiates a Dispute/Claim and the amount in Dispute is greater than $100, PayPal will place the disputed amount (to the extent it remains in the sellers Account) on hold until the Dispute/Claim is resolved, and the seller will not be able to withdraw this amount while the Dispute/ Claim remains unresolved.
Other than adding information you may not edit or change a Claim after filing it.
We may ask a buyer to identify the minimum refund that would be acceptable to settle the Claim. If you specify a refund amount that is less than the amount of the original transaction, and the seller agrees to refund the amount you specified, PayPal will consider the Claim to be successfully resolved.
After we close a Claim in favor of a buyer, a seller may appeal our decision on the Claim; however, PayPal generally will only grant the appeal if the seller is able to prove that the buyer sent the item back to the seller in a condition significantly different than when the Claim was filed (other than normal wear from shipping). PayPal does not guarantee recovery of money from a buyer for a seller if a seller wins an appeal.
If the buyer claims that the item was not received, the seller must be able to prove that the item was delivered to the address listed on the Transaction Details page by providing PayPal with a Viewable Online Proof of Delivery For transactions equal to $250.00 USD (or the equivalent in the currency of the transaction) or more in value, the seller will also need to provide a a Viewable Online Signature Confirmation.

13.8 Claims Eligibility. In addition to the other limitations called out within this Agreement, the following limitations apply to Claims:

The PayPal Buyer Complaint Policy only applies to items purchased outside of eBay or eBay Express, the PayPal Buyer Protection Policy only applies to items purchased on eBay or to payments funded through your debit card and processed through the ATM debit network. To determine whether your debit card funded payment was processed through the ATM debit network, look to see if “ATM/Debit” appears next to the card payment in your PayPal history log. Buyer Protection for eBay Express only applies to items purchased on eBay Express. The Extended Buyer Protection with PayPal Credit applies to items purchased using PayPal Buyer Credit, PayPal Pay Later or PayPal Credit Card through PayPal. Extended Buyer Protection with PayPal Credit does not apply to items purchased with PayPal Credit Card not through PayPal. For example: Extended Buyer Protection with PayPal Credit does not apply when you use your PayPal Credit Card to make a purchase offline. Extended Buyer Protection with PayPal Credit does not apply to payments made through PayPal Mobile, unless such payments are for eBay purchases.
Only registered PayPal members in good standing are eligible for reimbursement. If you purchase an item on eBay Express and you are not a registered PayPal User, you will have to sign up for a PayPal Account in order to seek reimbursement via the process outlined here.
Claims must be for payments for tangible, physical goods that can be shipped, and not all other payments, such as payments for intangibles, for services or for licenses and other access to digital content. For purposes of eBay items, motor vehicles and Live Auctions are not covered.
Items prohibited in the PayPal Acceptable Use Policy are ineligible for coverage.
For purposes of eBay items, the buyer must have sent a single PayPal payment for the full price of the item to the PayPal Account specified by the seller in the listing, and must have either used the Pay Now button or associated the payment with the eBay listing by entering the item number into the PayPal payment instructions. If the buyer sent payment to a different PayPal Account or by a different method, even at the sellers request, the transaction will not be covered.
For purposes of eBay Express items, the buyer must have completed the transaction by paying on the eBay Express website using either a PayPal Account or a credit card.
Buyers may only receive one reimbursement per eBay or eBay Express listing.
For multiple-items paid with a single PayPal payment, each qualified item is eligible for up to the maximum payout in coverage, but buyers may file only one Claim per PayPal payment. If you purchased multiple qualified items with a single payment, you must identify all the items on which you are seeking reimbursement in a single Claim.


Extended Buyer Protection with PayPal Credit applies to items purchased on eBay that are either not delivered or Significantly Not as Described and to items purchased outside of eBay that are not delivered.

13.9 eBay Items Eligible for PayPal Buyer Protection. Every item on eBay (except Live Auctions and vehicles) that meets the above requirements is eligible for PayPal Buyer Protection up to $200.00 USD (Basic Tier Coverage Amount), but items are only eligible for PayPal Buyer Protection up to $2,000.00 USD (Top Tier Coverage Amount) and should be identified as eligible items in the eBay listing if:

sellers eBay feedback rating is at least 50;
At least 98% of the sellers eBay feedback is positive;
The seller has a Verified Premier or Verified Business Account in good standing;
The listing was on an eligible eBay site (eBay.com and certain other eBay sites self identified as such)
PayPal is listed as an acceptable payment method; and
The seller is a PayPal User from one of the following countries:

- Argentina - Italy
- Austria - Jamaica
- Australia - Japan
- Belgium - Korea
- Brazil - Mexico
- Canada - Netherlands
- Chile - New Zealand
- China - Norway
- Czech Republic - Poland
- Denmark - Portugal
- Ecuador - Singapore
- Finland - Sweden
- France - Spain
- Germany - Switzerland
- Greece - Taiwan
- Hong Kong - Thailand
- Hungary - United Kingdom
- India - United States
- Ireland - Uruguay



13.10 Protection for Purchases on non-U.S. eBay websites.

This chart shows the maximum amount of protection that you will receive based on the website from which you made your purchase. We will reimburse you in the currency of the original PayPal payment, up to the maximum payout listed in the table below:

Country Eligible eBay Website Basic Tier Top Tier
The United States www.ebay.com $200.00 USD $2,000.00 USD
Australia www.ebay.com.au $400.00 AUD $3,000.00 AUD
Austria www.ebay.at €1,000.00 EUR Not applicable
Belgium www.ebay.be or www.befr.ebay.be €200.00 EUR €1,000.00 EUR
Canada www.ebay.ca or www.cafr.ebay.ca $315.00 CAD $2,000.00 CAD
France www.ebay.fr €200.00 EUR €1,000.00 EUR
Germany www.ebay.de €1,000.00 EUR Not applicable
Ireland www.ebay.ie €200.00 EUR €1,000.00 EUR
Italy www.ebay.it €200.00 EUR €1,000.00 EUR
Netherlands www.ebay.nl €200.00 EUR €1,000.00 EUR
Spain www.ebay.es €200.00 EUR €1,000.00 EUR
Switzerland www.ebay.ch 1,500.00 CHF Not applicable
The United Kingdom www.ebay.co.uk £150.00 GBP £500.00 GBP



eBay Standard Purchase Protection Program

If you make a purchase from one of the eBay websites listed below, you may be eligible for the eBay Standard Purchase Protection Program (eBay SPPP) instead of the PayPal Buyer Protection Policy. The eligibility requirements for eBay SPPP are the same eligibility requirements for PayPal Buyer Complaint Policy as listed above. eBay Standard Purchase Protection Program is our program to reimburse buyers for losses up to the applicable coverage amount minus the processing cost for purchases made on the eBay SPPP websites.

The final price of the item purchased must be over the applicable processing cost. Multiple listings cannot be combined into one Claim to become eligible, even if purchased from the same seller. Except that items purchased through multiple item auction (Dutch auctions) are eligible, provided the combined value of all items purchased through a single listing is over the applicable processing cost. Buyers may submit up to three eBay Standard Purchase Protection Program claims per six-month period.

Country eBay SPPP Website Coverage Amount Processing Cost
Hong Kong www.ebay.com.hk 1500 HKD 200 HKD
New Zealand www.ebay.com/nz 300 NZD 40 NZD
Poland www.ebay.pl 650 PLN 80 PLN
Singapore www.ebay.com.sg 320 SGD 40 SGD
Sweden www.ebay.se 1600 SEK 200 SEK