Agreed and that is the cost of doing business. You buy a phone at launch to flip, well you take the risk that you are going to have to accept that phone back if there ends up being a defect. But the seller will be able to exchange the phone for a fixed Note7 and resell it, but of course they will likely be worth less.Hoo boy, eBay and Swappa sellers are in for a bad time. Imagine the PayPal claims...and I think they would be honored.
Yep and even if they have the receipt to give to you, I don't think that is going to help. They are going to need to take the phones back. The only issue is who pays for return shipping.At least now you will find out who was lying about being the original owner...they will be like "um, I don't have a receipt, I bought it locally and have no way of finding the original owner..."
Gonna be a mess for sellers. They are on the hook here, whether they want to admit it or not.
That's not an option unless you purchased through samsung.com.I feel at the very least the buyers need to try thru Samsung direct first
You just file a dispute with paypal. Paypal will side with the buyer. This is not some scam, it is legit.
Because Samsung isn't doing that. They are replacing phones they sold and carriers and retail outlets are replacing their phone.Why would you go through that, Samsung themselves are replacing the phones, its their phone they made it and they re called it, doesn't matter where you got it from, so much miss information out there.
Because Samsung isn't doing that. They are replacing phones they sold and carriers and retail outlets are replacing their phone.
Also when buying from an individual, NO ONE is taking it back. The original owner has to return it.