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I sold a pair of Tron Gascans I had last week through Paypal. The buyer received them today and immediately files a dispute saying the box had been opened and they were replaced with imitation Oakleys. I've been a collector for years and know the difference. Either this guy doesn't know the difference between real and fake Oakleys or HE replaced them with imitations and is trying to scam me. Anyhow, Paypal immediately withdraws the amount of the transaction amount from my Paypal account putting me in the negative until the dispute can be settled. So now, this guy has my glasses and Paypal has my money. I have neither. I understand they have to protect against scammers and the like, but I have over 400 eBay transactions and probably 500 Paypal transactions. I am a trusted, reliable trader. Shouldn't he have to prove I'm in the wrong? They have went completely to protecting buyers and completely away from protecting sellers. I've noticed this trend over the past few years where sellers can't leave buyers negative feedback, etc. I am so sick of it, I'm going to stop using both of them all together if the trend doesn't stop...