I sold an old dimplex fire for £80 on gumtree at the beginning of December. The lady came to my house and paid cash. She said her mum's central heating had broke down so she needed a fire until the heating could be fixed. I turned the appliance on so she could see it was working.
She asked me to give her a receipt for the fire as it was not a purchase for her but for her mother. I thought it was a bit odd as I have never been asked to give a receipt before but I thought there wasn't any harm in doing so. I wrote out the name of the appliance and that I had received the £80 cash from her. She asked me to date the receipt, which I did.
She messaged me yesterday with the following message
"You should never have had it up for sale My mother has in the last few days had the firemen to her property due to the fire Not safe to use. The firemen have advised my mother that it should never had been sold to her.Therefore my mother is due a refund"
Any thoughts guys?