eBay Returns with Authenticity Guarantee
From eBay website:
“If a buyer wants to return an authenticated item, your return policy as stated in the listing will apply. Authenticated items are covered by eBay Money Back Guarantee, assuming all other eligibility criteria are met. For full details, read our eBay Money Back Guarantee policy.
When returning an item, the buyer will send it back to the authenticators who will check that the item is still in the same condition and has all relevant accessories. Once the item has been re-authenticated, it will be returned to you and the buyer's refund will be processed.”
So what happens if a Buyer returns an item to the Authenticator and it’s missing accessories or the card has been switched or something devious is done? Does eBay immediately release the money which the Buyer paid to the Seller? I see all kinds of nightmares with this new process and delays with the Seller getting his or her money in a timely manner!