- What if someone is not returning my money?
- In what circumstances can you insist on a refund?
- How do I get a refund from item not received?
- How long can a company legally take to refund money?
- Can you sue someone for not giving you a refund?
- Is it legal to not refund money?
- What to do if a seller refuses to refund?
- What do I do if my order never arrived?
- Can eBay force a seller to refund?
- Can a business say no refunds?
What if someone is not returning my money?
You can serve him with a legal notice and if after that also he fails to pay back the sum then you will have to file a civil suit for recovery in the appropriate court also you can try and file an FIR for cheating..
In what circumstances can you insist on a refund?
Under consumer law, if a product or service breaks, is not fit for purpose or does not do what the seller or advertisement said it would do, you can ask for a repair, replacement or refund. Repairs, replacements and refunds are known as remedies.
How do I get a refund from item not received?
Contact the seller to ask them to redeliver the item. This should be done if the item was never delivered or did not arrive within the expected time. Ask the seller for a refund and cancel the order. Report the seller to Trading Standards.
How long can a company legally take to refund money?
A Traders are indeed allowed to delay refunds for up to 30 days – but any longer than this would be deemed unreasonable under consumer law.
Can you sue someone for not giving you a refund?
You can sue as long as there is not a minimum requirement for suing in your state. Keep in mind, once you win, you will still have to collect. That can be challenging, especially if the person hasn’t actually got any money. So winning in court does not necessarily equal getting your money back.
Is it legal to not refund money?
Can a Store Refuse to Give a Refund According to Federal Law? There are no federal laws that require a merchant to refund money unless the product they sell turns out to be defective, despite the federal consumer protection regulation enforced by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC).
What to do if a seller refuses to refund?
If someone refuses to give a refund, but you feel you’re entitled to one, you can open a dispute if you didn’t receive your item yet or you received something that doesn’t match the seller’s description. (You may open a dispute within 180 days of payment. Click on the payment in your Activity to see the details.)
What do I do if my order never arrived?
What to Do If Your Online Order Never ArrivesContact customer service.Tell your credit card issuer.Go public.Determine if it was a scam.Matt Brownell is a staff reporter for MainStreet. You can reach him by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or follow him on Twitter @Brownellorama.Mar 5, 2012
Can eBay force a seller to refund?
But to answer your question, Yes, eBay can force you to refund. Don’t let it get that far, Tell your buyer to return for refund.
Can a business say no refunds?
Most retail stores allow you to return things you buy within a reasonable time for a full refund, credit, or an exchange. When a store clearly displays a limited or no-refund policy, however, refunds and exchanges are not required by law.