Won card dispute, now what do I do with product.

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Won card dispute, now what do I do with product.

Postby SMALLBUSINESS » Tue Aug 28, 2012 2:39 pm

I recently won my credit card dispute. It was over an item that was not complete and damaged. We are talking about a large sum. Now...I have this large item that I have paid storage on for 4 months while going through the dispute process. Again, the case is closed and I won. Now what do I do with this item?

I contacted the merchant I purchased it from, who was still as rude as they were when this whole issue started. I just told them to check their e-mail (they at this point didn't know I had won the case) I told them that the storage is paid for a short time on the item, but I will no longer pay for it. Told them if they send me money for my storage expenses I will let them know where the item is at. I told them if I had not heard from them by e-mail within 10 days I would consider the item abandoned.

Was this the way I should have done this? Can they still sue me through Court System? The item is available for them to pick up and I feel it is their item at the point. Anyone been through this process? Any advice would be appreciated.

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Postby djrez4 » Wed Aug 29, 2012 5:38 pm

You've handled it well, so far. The abandonment sentence was well thought out.

The fun thing about the court system is that anyone can sue for anything. There's no requirement that the complaint have merit for it to be filed. Now, that said, if a complaint is meritless, there are court rules that allow you to make it go away pretty easily. The Court is also allowed, in some cases, to kick the complaint out.

If it proceeds, your emails present a pretty good defense. Assuming your forum name is descriptive and that you're a business, read up on the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) sections 2-601 through 2-608 and 2-711. UCC
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