Per Amazon's rules, if you are selling an item, it must be listed under the same ASIN as it came from. So, for example, if I want to sell the Iron Man II DVD from a DVD/BluRay 3-pack, I have to list it under the actual 3-pack it came with, I can't list it under the Iron Man 2 single DVD disc product.
I listed the disc under the 3-pack ASIN, per the rules. Amazon's rules for condition state that if items are missing, it's ok to list as long as what your listing still plays.
So, I listed the item as "Acceptable", per Amazon's rules, and stated very clearly "DVD DISC ONLY. No other discs, case, artwork are included." I actually put that in all caps to ensure it was clear.
Well, this jackass gets the DVD and files a claim. I kid you not, he claims a)"This is a fraud", b)"I can't even play this disc", and c)"Your comments were certainly not noticble on the screen that I ordered from".
Seriously? Dude, first of all I don't know any bluray players that don't play DVDs. Second, the whole reason for "comments" is so you can see what you're getting. The comments are always visible.
So anyway, I detail this out in my response to the claim. Amazon rules against me
Per our Community Rules for listing Amazon Marketplace items... Other models or editions cannot be listed on a similar ASIN. It is not sufficient to list the differences in the comments....Because you listed a different item/version than the one advertised on the detail page...
HUH?!?! I listed the disc under the ASIN it came from, just like the rules state.
Screw that jazz. Selling anything online sucks nowadays because people are stupid and can't read.