So I am a frequent user of eBay, buying and selling, and I feel that I am pretty well versed in the way that it works.
However; today I got a message from a buyer of a broken MacBook pro that I listed as "as-is, for parts or not working" complaining that I did not describe it correctly.
My listing is as follows:
MacBook pro late 2010 model. I do not know the specs otherwise, but I assume it is a 2.4ghz processor speed with a 500gb harddrive.
What I KNOW works:
Plugs in and charges (lights up) but won't turn on, probably just a faulty button so get it while it's HOT!
Has never had water damage, has small dent on top left corner of case and has not significantly been dropped or damaged otherwise.
Nothing is missing as far as I'm aware of.
Sale is final, I will not be responsible for anything after it leaves my hands at UPS.
Good luck and good bidding! Any other questions message me and I'll try and get back to you ASAP.
Will not ship out of continental US.
He is complaining that it does not appear to charge or light up in any way when he plugs it in, and that the package was undamaged upon arrival.
I described the item how it appeared to me, I have no ****ing clue when it comes to Apple's bassackwards platfroms.
So what now? Is this dick gonna get a full refund and make me eating the paypal and eBay fees over this? Or will I win this case because it's listed as "for parts or not working"?