ok so even after suing me she could only get 750 + filing fees whatever that is.
Unless she sues in a higher court where suing for court costs, filing fees, attorney fees and the rest is permitted. But I do not see it since the underlying damage is only about $750, which is ideally designed for small claims.
I know paypal isn't a courtroom but if she signed the contract and it states she has to file an appeal with them why isn't that substantial?
Because that contract was not with you. Let me try to explain a different way. You agree to buy a ring from a jeweler. You pay via credit card. Then you state something is wrong, cancel payment, and keep the ring. The credit card sides with you, freezes your payment, and allows you to keep the ring. The jeweler, who ended up either losing on the product or the ring is not bound by the credit card's decision. He can sue you directly for either return of the item or for value because the agreement to buy or sell was between you and the buyer, not the credit card company who was simply a third party to the transaction.
I apologize, I just am trying to understand. If she is only going to get 750 + filing fees, why bother paying an attorney etc and suing someone out of state because it's expensive.
Because she may be doing it to prove a point. Not all claims are based on logic, some are very emotional in nature.
I didn't consciously through the bag away, I was upset and her friend discarded it when I was like yes yes get rid of it.
I can appreciate it, but the item still would have belonged to them regardless of the conditions of the third party.
I'm willing to negotiate but i still think she is selling fraudulent items which is wrong
That is your right. But it is also her right to refuse to negotiate, so please keep that in mind.
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