I made a sale to a buyer using Half.com on March 31, 2007 for a PlayStation Portable console. I mailed the item insured on April 4, 2007. On June 14, 2007 I received an email from Half.com that they had received a chargeback from the sale which meant that either the buyer is claiming that they did not receive the item or that it was a result of the purchase being made with un-
authorized funds. They wanted proof of delivery by a tracking number, delivery confirmation number from the shipping carrier or USPS return receipt signed by the buyer. I sent them the information that I had from the post office which they considered insufficient. As a result, they charged me with the $175.00 and I'm out the PSP console and the money. I contacted Half.com on numerous occasions regarding this matter and have yet to speak to a real person. All I keep getting is the run around and the final conclusion is that it's my fault and I must take it up with the buyer. I have contacted the buyer who denies having any activity with me even though I have the paperwork confirming the sale by this individual. It's obvious that I was scammed by this person who has been a member at Half.com for 6 months or less. This particular buyer is listed as a member in good standing on their website. I, on the other hand, have been a member with an excellent rating since 2000. I have never had this type problem on the site before, but then, I have never sold anything this expensive until now...and I get ripped off!