I sold the Blu-Ray version of Casino Royale on eBay last week. This was the version Sony sent me after I registered my Blu-Ray player (along with Batman Begins). As I already had a copy (I received it after registering my PS3) I put on eBay as Brand-New & Sealed.
Get home tonight and the guy who bought it had sent me an email saying he wasn't happy and that I had mis-adverised the blu-ray as it wasn't an original copy because it said "Not for Rent or Sale" on the back. I didn't know it wasn't an original copy, I thought it was legitimate as it had come direct from Sony.
I said this is a legitimate copy, and didn't know it wasn't original.
The buyer (new eBay user) infers I am a con man for not telling everyone it came free with my Blu-Ray player.
I offer his money back less the postage (which incidently doesn't cover the postage/eBay/Paypal fees I have incurred) as it is a legitimate copy (are Sony selling pirated DVD's now?)
I explain to him I sold the other free Blu-Rays that came with it (Hancock & Mamma Mia) without any problems, also tell him I sold "300" & "The Bourne Supremacy" that came with my HD-DVD player too.
He then tries to be sarcastic and take the mick, but demands all his money. By now it's the principle not the money that is the problem. I'm a very honest person, and yet I'm being referred to as a con man.
I've emailed eBay and asked them to remove the feedback. I'd have given him his money back had he not waded in and accused me of conning him from the start.
The DVD came direct from Sony, so how was it not an original copy?