eBay will have the auction photos on file, if it is not as you sent it just take pictures and upload them to eBay. Maybe he just wants to keep the wheel and not pay for it?
How well did you package it?
I sold a basketball top on eBay to a guy in the US.
First off, after sending the item international signed for (£20!) it was sent back because 3 numbers of the zip code were missing, yes 3 numbers! The rest of the address perfectly readable and descriptive. As if reading the address was too hard?!
This all took about three weeks. The guy became an arse and opened up a dispute for not receiving the item only TWO weeks into this. As I was reliant on postal services outside the UK I didn't know and there was sweet FA I could do about it.
So eventually he received the item, next thing I know there is another dispute opened up by him saying that the item was damaged and he wanted his money back.
I reminded him, that not only did I pay out of my own pocket to send the item again but also the item was immaculate and clean as in the photos I had taken for the auction, which I did prior to packaging it.
I didn't hear back from him and after another week the dispute got closed (I'm assuming by him) and he left me neutral feedback. which is OK. It's just the fact that he made such a fuss out of it all and was blaming me for everything, including their retarded postal system! when they were the ones who could not read the friggin address! Then he just drops it all and is ok with it...
My guess was he cleaned it and the stains came out, guess it got jammed in the machine somewhere along the lines..
Or there is the Whole fiasco with the skyline I bought off eBay! cost me what I paid for the car just to get it legal and safe to drive!
You've certainly got to watch yourself out there on eBay, people are