gpilling - 2:40 pm on Feb 2, 2011 (gmt 0)
I had a guy receive his $400 dollar item and he called me about it. He told me that he didn't quite like the style now that he saw it in real life and had put it into service and said that I should pay for it to be returned (shipping was $100). I told him no, that I would not pay the shipping for him to send back a used item and he then decided he would keep the item and also charge it back to his credit card.
I told him it was well within his rights to charge it back on the card. I also told him it was well within my rights to sue him for the balance, send him to collection, get the sheriff in his area to seize assets to pay for it, publicize it in his local paper, and file a complaint with the FBI for interstate fraud.
He then decided that he liked it better, and wanted to keep it.