So my wife originally bought a couple of cases off this seller for her G2 when she did her upgrade a couple of weeks ago. She ended up not liking the device and wanted to go with a Note 3 instead. It was too late to cancel the cases so when they came in I emailed the seller and told them I would like to return the items since we no longer had the phone and get back the $19.80 I spent. They said it was fine and gave me the address of where to send the return. Fast forward 2 weeks, USPS Tracking showed the return as being delivered so I contacted them again to confirm they had the items. They confirmed and told me I should have my money refunded back into my paypal within the next couple of days. That's fine! The next day I get another email from the seller saying that they refunded $15.80 and kept $4.00 for themselves as there was a $2.00 restocking fee on all returns. I responded by telling her that I was never told about a restocking fee, nor was there anything indicated in the listing itself and I would appreciate being refunded the remaining $4.00. (At this point, I am not really concerned with $4.00, but it's all about principal now) They sent me a link to the return policy (which I already read the day before) which now stated that there was a $2.00 restocking fee and told me that the note has been there from the beginning of the listing. Being smarter than she is, I checked the revision history for the listing and saw this:
Mar-11-14 14:56:02 PDT
Item Specifics: - Return Policy
Changed Return policy details from -- to If customer accidentally bought item which does not compatib
PictureURL: Pictures Added/Deleted for Black, Blue, Pink, Purple
Note the date and time of the revision. I guess they don't realize that everyone can see all of the changes they make to a listing? Anyway, I know it doesn't seem like a big deal, but just buy at your own risk.