Originally Posted by Wage
Yes, an irrelevant fact that does not apply to this situation and taken out of context of a longer list of rules.
Look, I really don't have time to flip the switch that's most obviously off right now, and unlike some people, I actually have a life and things to do today which don't involve proving points which need not be proven. If you really do not or cannot see what I'm talking about, then do us both a favor: Google it. In fact, google everything I've said. Or better yet, call up eBay and ask THEM who would be responsible, given the "facts" that apply to this situation. But you've done nothing here but waste my time by picking a single statement from eBay's long list of rules and applied it here as if to debunk anything I've said (when it fact it helps it, should you bother to read the rest of their policies).
Fact: buyer is not liable if the item is received broken
Fact: Buyer in this case received item which was not intact/DOA/broken
Fact: Regardless of whether or not insurance was paid on the item, that is there to cover the seller's ass, not the buyer's
Fact: Paypal is notorious for taking the buyer's side in almost every case, whether the customer is right or not.
Fact: The only thing Decipher has to worry about is getting someone as informed as you on the phone when he calls eBay up to complain.
Fact: eBay and Paypal policies override anything written in an auction, whether it's explicitly stated that "no returns are accepted" or not. That's about the easiest Google search one can make, if you don't believe me (which I'm sure you don't, but at this point that's beyond help).
Fact: There are just some things you cannot fix.