« on: March 04, 2012, 12:57:42 PM »
The situation sucks...sorry to hear about it. BTW--Looks like you missed a couple of instances of the buyers' name in your post. I know you want to make everyone aware of this, but you might want to avoid cheesing off the buyer any further.
I also hope you choose to continue developing/making/selling these adapters. I think they're the best thing since sliced bread, giving new life to lots of old lenses.
FWIW, I had to open a case as a buyer last week because a seller sent me the wrong focusing screen for a T90. I bought what I thought was an "L" (cross-split) screen, according to the label on the box, in *NEW* condition. What I got was an "E" (split/microprism, stock) screen in an "L" screen box. The seller claimed I had swapped the screens. I let it go all the way to eBay Support to resolve the dispute, and they found in my favor. I'd like to believe that right and reasonable will always win...if this ever happens again, you might want to consider escalalting it all the way to eBay Support. Supposedly, an actual human will review the case...Just my $0.02.
Is there any means to challenge negative feedback?