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    Junior Member Stewie is on a distinguished road
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    Chargebacks and unreturnable goods

    Something I often read and hear from sellers who have experienced chargebacks is the double loss of the sale cash and the actual goods. I understand that sometimes the time and trouble it would take to try to force a buyer to return a small item is not worth it. However, that got me to thinking about what happens with expensive services, which obviously cannot be returned.

    Is it possible say to have expensive plastic surgery and then claim you don't look how you were promised and instigate a chargeback?

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    Re: Chargebacks and unreturnable goods

    Hmm, you raise a interesting question here. I am not sure if i should laugh or cry at this system. I guess a jerk would instigate a chargeback or even sue the doctor. anything you pay for via credit card you are entitled to dispute for services not rendered

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    Re: Chargebacks and unreturnable goods

    I have never thought about this topic before so I did a Google seacrh to see what came up. This was the only lead for plastic surgery and chargebacks but I did find another about hair salon experiences and this issue. To be fair it was advised as a last resort for a very bad or damaging treatment.

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    Re: Chargebacks and unreturnable goods

    Quote Originally Posted by Stewie View Post
    Something I often read and hear from sellers who have experienced chargebacks is the double loss of the sale cash and the actual goods. I understand that sometimes the time and trouble it would take to try to force a buyer to return a small item is not worth it. However, that got me to thinking about what happens with expensive services, which obviously cannot be returned.

    Is it possible say to have expensive plastic surgery and then claim you don't look how you were promised and instigate a chargeback?


    That is why I go to this company called Consumer Credit Mediation and they mediatie the chargeback before they allow the charge back to go through...their link is Registration

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    Re: Chargebacks and unreturnable goods

    Altovise. that's a good strategy, but surely participation needs both seller and buyer to agree?

    The original question is a puzzler. I think it's fair enough to expect some compensation for damaged hair or sub standard plastic surgery, and I am guessing that less people would pursue fake chargebacks in these areas.

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    Re: Chargebacks and unreturnable goods

    I would pursue a chargeback if I was not given what I was promised in plastic surgery especially if I could prove it in court. I think that the doctors have insurance for something like this. If I were on the other end I would make sure and get my payment up front. That is if the doctor is unsure of his capabilities.

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    Re: Chargebacks and unreturnable goods

    There are some real jerks out there who might fraudulently demand a chargeback after plastic surgery. I also think people should be able to get their money back if the doctor messed up. I just don't know where to draw the line.

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