Can you sue someone for selling you something broken on Facebook?

Can you sue someone for selling you something broken on Facebook?

You can sue for anything! You would have to prove that they knew it was broken before they sold it to you.

How do I get my money back from Marketplace on Facebook?

From your News Feed, click Marketplace. Click Selling, then click Shipping Orders. Click the order you want to refund. Scroll down and click Refund, then click Refund to confirm.

Does FB Marketplace have buyer protection?

Many purchases made with checkout on Facebook are covered by our Purchase Protection Policies. Purchase Protection is free, and automatically covers eligible orders. Purchase Protection means that you can request a refund if: You didn’t receive your order.

Do you have to accept returns on Facebook Marketplace?

Where no laws exist, sellers must, at a minimum, accept returns of products in the same condition as they were received and returned within the timeframe specified by the seller in the product listing for that purchase. The timeframe specified for returns must match the return category selected for the product listing.

What happens if someone sells something broken on Facebook?

Facebook Help Team We’re sorry to hear this happened. If you feel you were the victim of a crime, please contact your local police department. In addition, you can report the seller to us in Marketplace. To do that, visit the buyer or seller’s profile, which can be found at the bottom of the product profile.

What can you do if someone sells you a broken item?

  1. Talk to the Seller. It may seem obvious, but the first thing to do is talk to the seller.
  2. Use Professional Organizations. If talking directly to the personnel in the store accomplished nothing, you may have outside methods to apply pressure.
  3. Take Them to Court.
  4. You Do Not Have To Be Powerless.

What happens when you report Facebook seller?

And, also, personal details will be kept completely secret as they reach out to the person involved or responsible. However, you must realize that reporting a seller on the Facebook marketplace does not lead to automatic removal. The seller will also be asked to prove evidentially the points leveled against him/her.

Can you sue someone for selling you a bad phone?

You can only sue if it was a written guaranty, fraud, or a stolen phone, otherwise you buy used goods “as is” with no guarantee.