Originally Posted by geronimo
Interesting: this information is nowhere to be found in all these postings.
How could it, as neither Ectaco nor PayPal contibuted to the thread.
As far as we know? I don't know and neither do you - all speculation and fantasies.
Is it the business model of PayPal to pay for all the transactions gone wrong? I don't think so.
If you have been following the thread and noted the period of time that
went by from when the original transaction took place until "Valentinka"
apparently decided to return the device, it would be reasonable to conclude
that the original PayPal transaction would have been completed and Ectaco
paid. In fact I would be surprised if they would have shipped the JBC to
"Valentinka" before PayPal had credited their account.
If PayPal has the means to debit Ectaco's PayPal account, and did without
Ectaco being in possession of the JBC, then it would be Ectaco who ends up
the one ripped off. In any case "Valentinka" seems to have ended up with
both her money and the JBC.