So I've sold my Motherbaord to a guy and have gotten full payment on it as you know. That motherboard supports only CrossifreX, not SLI. The buyer is now wanting a refund as the item "didn't match the description" because I had opened the box. The question is, should I give him the refund, get the Motherboard abd Crossfire the 290x or, not give him one, get a new G45, get the 780 and SLI that. Giving him a refund would save more money but and the 290x has the same level of performance as the 780 AND it costs less. The problem is that I really want to get an Nvidia card instead of ATI or AMD or whatever. So, what do?
fair enough, sometimes they just got the wrong thing and wanna bitch and ask for a refund, i sold something on ebay and the guy contacts me 5-6 months later saying its not working. like wtf? why would i give you a refund after 5-6 months lol
if you ask me, you have a right not to refund it, If you really didn't use it, then he shouldn't get a refund, if you did use it or test it to make sure it works, then you did kinda use it meaning he has the right to ask for a refund and its better to refund it.
The thing is, I described it as new and never used. All of that's true, it's just the fact that the box was open that he doesn't like.
Did your listing explicitly state that the box had never been opened? If not, then you're not required to refund his money.
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