After fighting for a month I won my ebay case and got my money off that woman who would not pay me because the google mini was late.
Thank you for contacting eBay customer support for the item “Google Home Mini” (item number 273903524950) that you have sold to the buyer “poolemad”. My name is Shilpa and I am pleased to assist you in this case.
Kera, I have gone through the case details and I can see that buyer has received the item. In this situation, I have closed the case in your favour and your funds will be released within 24-48 hours in your PayPal account.
Thank you for your patience and cooperation in this matter. I trust my communication was clear and I was able to resolve your concern up to your satisfaction level. Thank you for choosing eBay.
Just be careful on ebay. I sold a Google Mini to a woman from huddersfield and because it came a day late she wants her money back and she has reported me to ebay after admitting to getting it a day late (meaning she has the Google Mini). I did send her a email to even say it was going to be late because i’ve been abit busy but got nothing back. I told her that because she has the item i am not giving back her money or if she wants her money just send me back my Google mini i sold. Taken the ebay app off my phone so i don’t see her emails and just gonna use the site to buy..
This is the first time since ever starting on ebay (started around 2014) that I have had this prob. i mostly get lovely comments and thank you but only because it was late.
WHAT I LEARNED – pay for tracking because you never know who your selling to.
i think i need to give people a update on what is going on right now. well first i have some really good news.
i had a meeting with the homeschool and SEND officers. There happy with everything we are doing and even the homeschool officer took down the name’s of the websites i use to give to other parents. We also found out that liam is on HIGH priority on his EHCP (education health and care plan). The SEND officer was shocked that liam has not been tested for autism, ADHD and sensitivity but like i said i have been fighting for years but NHS just won’t help us. I’m still fighting to get liam into a special needs school but because the rule’s are getting harder to get into them schools there is a 100% liam will not get into one.
oh and the boy who went for my son’s face has been removed from the school.
Well I can finally say that Liam is no longer part of his old school. I got the email on Monday after I had to contact the school by email to see if they had signed him off.
But its not all good news. Liam is
having problems with anxiety. We had one attack last Monday what ended up with
him hitting himself and today we had a day of him digging his nails into his
legs. I went to the doctors last week but they were no help. I do have a number
I found off the NHS website so going to give them a buzz. I’m trying very hard
not to put to much stress on him but I also no that he thinks he’s dumb (what
for sometime I have notice a big change in my son. he spends a lot of time in his room, seems to be down, tells me he’s stupid and shows anxiety. On top of that it’s been very hard to get him up in the morning and getting him ready for school has been hell. he has ripped trousers – shoes – bookbags, tried to fall down the stairs, keeps picking his nose at night and rubbing the blood all over him and other stuff.
on the 21st of this month I went up to school around 2:40pm and saw Liam’s class outside doing PE. I had a look about to see if I could see Liam and I found him in the shelter with some girls but no helper (he is post to have one to one). Liam was poking a boy on the head on the other side of the shelter. The boy went into the shelter, picked Liam up by his jumper, pushed him up to the wall and started to smash Liam’s face in. The girls tried to pull the child off Liam but with no luck. Thank god the PE teacher (a male) came to help save Liam. he moved the boy off Liam..but by then liam was on the floor screaming. oh and if you want to know what his teacher was doing. PLAYING CRICKET WITH THE OTHER CHILDREN AND NOT WATCHING THE FIGHT. she did go up to Liam after 10mins later but it looked like she was getting Liam to apologize to the boy who just went for his face. After PE I went up to the teacher and said that I saw everything (I was in shock and holding in my tears). she said well Liam was poking the boy and that he had been a wet sponge all day. soon as she said that I saw fire in my eyes and shouted LOOK AT HIS FACE ITS BLACK AND BLUE but she said oh that’s because he been crying all day. Liam was next to his teacher and looked so scared and shaken up…she even tried to ask Liam what had happened but he would not talk. I think she worked it out that I was pissed off because she wanted to get back to class very fast. When it was home time 2 girls came out with him because he was in a right mess. He came up to me and said I’m I in trouble and I said no.
The next day I rang up school and said that Liam will not be coming back to school until the 3rd June after what I saw yesterday and also it didn’t help that liam did not want to come back. The headteacher said she is doing a report and that the child who did this will not be in until the 3rd. So this means the child who did this gets two weeks of holiday and i’m dealing with a child who has anxiety and lost his confidence. So i told the head that i was gonna deregister him on the 3rd. well soon as I said that she went on about how they were going to sort out Liam’s feet, speech and going to ring up other people. There was also a chat about how Liam has been for the past months (what they should have told me right away) I also was told I was going to get a phone call back at the end of the day BUT NOPE NOTHING ALL WEEK.
since being home schooled me and my mother have learned Liam can read but can’t write the alphabet, can’t spell , can’t write numbers and didn’t even know how to count on his fingers..
We are working on it but soon as he works that he be getting on track. I have notice a big change and its so lovely to see him smile again.