Hello, I apologize if this has been asked before, but I couldn't find an answer within the list of suggested community results... I recently received a notification from PayPal, that an open case had been decided in the buyer's favor. The buyer received his item in a prompt manner, within a few days of ordering - tracking showed this as well. He opened a case stating that he had not purchased said item. Paypal just closed the case and emailed me the following: We received notice from the buyer's financial institution that Case xxxxx has been decided in the buyer's favor. However, because you’re a valued customer, we’re not debiting your PayPal account for the disputed amount. I'm not trying to scam anybody, and if I legitimately owe someone money because I did something wrong, I'll reimburse them. But I'm thinking this person either got his cc stolen and the thief charged a purchase from my ebay store, or the buyer just didn't want the item after he purchased it through paypal. I'm just wondering if this happens again, and paypal decides to debit my account, do I have any recourse or way of stopping them from debiting my account? I guess this is a non-issue since paypal decided not to debit my account, but I'm just trying to prevent this from happening in the future, perhaps on a more expensive transaction.
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