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Post office receipts

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7y, 5m agoPosted 7 years, 5 months ago
I've just realised i have a massive box full of post office receipts from years of selling, ebaying etc. and need to sort them out.
Does anybody know what's the maximum amount of time possible that somebody could try and claim money back via paypal/credit card etc.and i'm safe without a receipt??
I don't want to throw a receipt away from 6 months ago to find that somebody reverses the charge next week :-s
Any help most appreciated and repped. Thanks :)
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7y, 5m agoPosted 7 years, 5 months ago
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#1
tinkerbell28;5550307
185 days :)

Fabbo! (Just need to wake up and calculate that in months now lol)
Thanks ever so much, you're a star :thumbsup:
#2
I always find receipts from post office parcels,sometimes they go back 3 years,like when a handbag might not been used for a while etc.
#3
Keep them for 6 yrs..........

for the taxman :whistling:
banned#4
rather than check every one for a date, I just bundle them all up and put a date on the box. Then shred them all in 6 months time. And repeat with fresh batch of receipts
#5
You need to get a system going from now on, I keep my receipts in order that items have been sent on ebay and destroy it when that person leaves feedback. If they haven't left any after a week I send them a nice message asking if they can so I know they've received it OK, after another week if they still haven't left any I send a final message saying that I'm going to destroy the certificate of posting at the end of XXX so they need to let me know before then if they haven't received it. A bit of work I know but at least you don't end up with a huge box full of receipts!! If only all people would leave feedback straight away (like I always do) life would be so much simpler. Happy sorting!!
banned#6
Annie1508;5550743
You need to get a system going from now on, I keep my receipts in order that items have been sent on ebay and destroy it when that person leaves feedback. If they haven't left any after a week I send them a nice message asking if they can so I know they've received it OK, after another week if they still haven't left any I send a final message saying that I'm going to destroy the certificate of posting at the end of XXX so they need to let me know before then if they haven't received it. A bit of work I know but at least you don't end up with a huge box full of receipts!! If only all people would leave feedback straight away (like I always do) life would be so much simpler. Happy sorting!!

is ebay feedback proof of receipt of item then if buyer makes a claim? I dont think it is.
#7
csiman
is ebay feedback proof of receipt of item then if buyer makes a claim? I dont think it is.


Why isn't it? If they're saying in the feedback "thanks for item, it's lovely" etc etc, then they need to have received it to have said that (or is that just me?). I don't see how a buyer can leave feedback and then claim they haven't received it.
banned#8
Annie1508;5550983
Why isn't it? If they're saying in the feedback "thanks for item, it's lovely" etc etc, then they need to have received it to have said that (or is that just me?). I don't see how a buyer can leave feedback and then claim they haven't received it.

because they can just say to paypal that they put feedback on the wrong item and yours never arrived.

pretty sure paypal would side with the buyer unless you can provide proof of receipt.

I always put the recorded delivery number in the paypal payment online so will always have the tracking info (also automatically sends the buyer the tracking info)
banned#9
not sure what the time limit is for paypal disputes, but would say after this time it is safe to chuck
banned#10
tinkerbell28;5551360
Yeah it was great, raining now though :-(

Btw with regards to the rest of the thread, paypal dispute is 45 day limit, chargeback is 185 days, so keep all receipts especially if valuable for 185 days.
Proof of posting and delivery are different and only the latter will be accepted in the event of dispute or chargeback, proof of posting means nothing, neither does fb left, it's recorded proof of delivery that counts.

thanks for confirming :thumbsup:
#11
proof of posting allows you to get your money back
banned#12
strike;5552446
proof of posting allows you to get your money back

it doesnt from paypal!
#13
tinkerbell28
Through RM upto £39 now with POP, however this is not always guaranteed RM can be a nightmare to claim from and a lot of the time relies on the buyer to verify details, this is becoming more and more common.
Proof of posting however WON'T hold weight in a pp dispute, which I was trying to point out to poster/s here:)
My honest advice is generally anything over £10 should deffo go recorded, less if you cannot afford to loose the money. A time lot of sellers will say £5, some say every time, depending on their experience with buyers....
If the buyer has a history of INR then I would send recorded regardless:)


Well, royal mail always pay out for me. You just have to keep bugging em.
Just charge for recorded then


csiman
it doesnt from paypal!


Royal Mail it does.
banned#14
strike;5552691
Well, royal mail always pay out for me. You just have to keep bugging em.
Just charge for recorded then




Royal Mail it does.

I was referring to paypal as were others above thinking that feedback on ebay allowed them to prevent buyers from filing items not received claims down the line. ONLY proof of delivery is acceptable proof as far as paypal is concerned.

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