Sunnrider is correct, but warn your buyer that you need to start the dispute process but then just choose the ‘amicably agree to cancel the transaction’ to ensure fee’s are refunded. If you don’t warn the buyer, a dispute email immediately puts them on the defensive and if they choose the wrong option, you won’t get the fee’s refunded.
I’ve just sold a set of forks on ebay, the steerer size (tapered) was clearly stated in the title/heading. The buyer has since sent a message asking what size steerer it has, 1.125 or 1.5…
I sold a set of forks on Pinkbike that had a tapered steerer. I stated it clearly in the advert. I drove up to Perth to meet the buyer and handed him the forks. As I was driving away I looked in the mirror and I could see him staring at the steerer. By the time I got back to Glasgow he had them for sale on Pinkbike for £30 less than he paid me 😆
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