Maybe, and I know this sounds far fetched, but maybe you could have asked what the return policy was. Which would have eliminated your post here and not dragged a seller through the mud simply because you *...didn't like it..."I received a GA2000-3A from e-bay seller jii_993 on 10/22. I didn't like it so on 10/23 tried to return it and was told returns were closed. What a bummer, poor business practice.
Distance selling in UK only applies to businesses, not private sellersI always thought eBay sellers had to offer returns, at buyers expense.
Isn't there a 14 day law where you need to be happy with your purchase?
Nope, me neither.I'll name and shame myself, I don't accept returns when I sell
exactly this!Many times on this forum you see people do a full review of a watch, including changing out the strap, popping off the caseback, and wearing it for a couple days only to have the sentence "I'm not sure if I am going to keep it or not" included at the end. Sometimes these are $30 Casios. I would think you get $30 worth of value just being able to review and photograph it... if you don't like it after it has been worn, give it away or sell it to someone.
I always wonder if the watch I am buying from a retailer that is quick to accept returns so quickly (WalMart, Amazon, etc.) is genuinely new or if it has been messed with at some point.
I would go so far as to say it's that way in almost all other countries.Not to forgot in some other countries there's no return policy, you buy it and you keep it kind of thing.