1.What Is eBay Buyer Protection Program Western Union Warning Notice?
eBay Buyer Protection or Western Union Warning Notice is a promise to shoppers on the U.S. eBay site (eBay.com) that eBay will intervene in disputes between buyers and sellers and make things right when they have gone wrong for buyers and the seller has failed to act adequately to resolve the dispute.
Buyers that file a successful claim under the program are usually:
Issued a refund from eBay directly for the full purchase price and shipping amount
Required to return the unsatisfactory item to the seller
Absolved of any further connection with the transaction or obligation to the seller
In rare cases, the buyer may not be required to return the item to the seller but will be refunded anyway.
After a decision in a buyer's favor, eBay takes responsibility for recovering funds from the seller in question, since the buyer has already been made whole.
2.Why Is eBay Buyer Protection Invoice Abuse Timeline?
That because some eBay sellers who abuse timeline of buyer protection for winning auction.
It may not surprise you to know the world is filled with bad people, and eBay openly welcomes them. As the world's premier e-commerce portal, people flock to eBay to prey and profit on the unwitting. Some bad buyers or competing sellers may abuse timeline of buyer protection to bid on and win your auctions, without ever making payment, thereby eliminating available inventory for several weeks until claims are opened and closed. But as a result of being a publicly traded company with an ongoing drive for increased revenue, eBay strives to keep activity levels high so shareholding investors are impressed. As a result they seldom abuse timeline of buyer protection in violation of policy. Unfortunately, I had to learn this the hard way.