In addition, what matters is only that the buyer is not satisfied with the merchandise and not that it is my fault. On that evidence, the buyer provided bad feedback regarding my action, but Amazon admitted the feedback was unjust to cancel it.
If the buyer would present the claim, would Amazon unconditionally accept it? Though I would accept returning the article, does the buyer also recognize his claim is not just?
The address the buyer would return the merchandise to be as follows.
If it is just that the buyer is unsatisfied with the product, that is not a mistake of mine. The buyer left me negative feedback based on that, but Amazon recognized that and removed that evaluation for me.
If the buyer submits a claim, does Amazon accept them unconditionally? I will receive a return, but are you aware of the strangeness of the buyers wording?
If the buyer would like to return, below is the appropriate address.
Also, it's not our mistake because the buyer is not satisfied with the item.
For proving this, the buyer put negative feedback to me but Amazon refused and removed that feedback that was not correct.
If buyers file complaints, does Amazon accept it unconditionally?
I will handle the return but do you understand what the buyer said?
The item that the buyer wants to return is for the following:
Also, this is not my fault as the buyer is not satisfied with the item itself. For the evidence, Amazon recognized the evaluation is wrong and cancelled it in spite of the buyer gave us a bad feedback.
If the buyer submits a claim to Amazon, will Amazon unconditionally accept it? Though we will accept the return, could you understand that the buyer's complain is beside the point?
An address in case of the buyer wants return is below: