Hey, I’m Lusin, and in this video, I’ll be teaching you how to deal with a bad seller on Ebay and get a refund. Step 01: Communicate with the seller If you have an issue with what you bought, contact the seller. Most sellers will respond if you let them know that there’s a problem. To message them, go to your purchase history, go down to the thing you purchased, click “More actions”, and then click “Contact Seller”. Select whatever option, and go down and click the blue button that says “Contact the seller”. Describe your problem to the seller and be as detailed as possible. Attach any photos if that is relevant. Remember, communication is important, and it will help avoid any misunderstandings. Wait for a maximum of 3 days for a response. If the seller doesn’t respond, it’s time to use eBay’s money back guarantee, which is what I did to get my refund. Consider this Step 2. Step 02: Use Ebay’s money back guarantee Make sure to do this step within 60 days of buying your item, or the time-frame will have passed, and you won’t be able to use Ebay’s Money Back Guarantee. Go back to your purchase history, click “More actions” same as last time, but this time select “I didn’t receive it”. On this page select whichever you prefer – either a refund or another item. A message is required so if I wanted a refund, I would say something like… “The thing I bought never arrived, and I would like a refund please.” You can be more elabourate than that. I was just giving an example. So in conclusion, that’s all there is to it. You will get a refund either through the seller or ebay. I hope you enjoyed my tutorial and found it helpful. Please give this video a like, subscribe to Lusin for some funny content, and of course, share this video around to whoever is having trouble with a shady seller on eBay. Alright, that’s it. See you later.