(Closed) Paypal or Escrow.com for secure selling online?

posted 8 years ago in Technology
Post # 3
491 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: June 2010

ooo yeah if you’re not comfortable selling your dress this way then don’t do it.  However, I don’t know anything about Escrow.com but I know Paypal protects not just the buyer but the seller too.  I LOVE Paypal and think you’d be better off insisting to use that service.  You won’t be helpless.  If she were to file a false claim then you would be able to counter, and the case would be evaluated from both sides.  They wouldn’t just screw you like that.  But do what feels best to you, maybe just try to sell it locally to someone you can meet in person.  

Post # 4
1 posts
  • Wedding: October 2007

@meliss: I have used escrow.com before. Once escrow.com has verified that the buyers funds are good, the Seller is instructed to ship the merchandise. Once the buyer receives the merchandise, and inspects and accepts funds are released. In the event the buyer rejects the merchandise, the buyer must return the merchandise to the Seller. Once the Seller receives the merchandise, the Seller will have a 5 day period to inspect the merchandise. Once the seller accepts the returned merchandise, funds are then released back to the buyer less the escrow fee. If you have have questions you can email them at [email protected], or call the at 888-511-8600

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