I purchased what turned out to be a fake 16gb Sony flashdrive from what looked to be a reputable seller after trawling eBay for quite a while in search of a genuine item.
Having received it today it was blatently obvious to even my untrained eye that it was more Fony than Sony!
I contacted the seller and wasn't very pleasant - stating that I wanted a full refund, if he wanted his item back to send a SAE and stating that I had no doubts that it was a dishonest sale rather than an error.
After offering to post the money back to me (£1 coins included I imagine) with the SAE I obviously insisted on a PayPal refund and he has now provided it - as well as requesting positive feedback.
BUT - this seller has sold and is still selling the same product and so I don't want other poor fools like me to buy from what they think is a 100% seller. However - I don't want my money to be taken back either.
I know that it's probably general knowledge to most - but can he reclaim my refund in any way. Or am I safe to post negative feedback now?