The buyer did not get a French version of the game. He got a English version of the game with a French cover. I literally got robbed for a distaste of the cover of the game and not because the actual game itself does not work in English. And if Amazon wants to get technical here, I want to make a claim on the buyer that his claim against me was not as described because he actually thought it was the Spanish version and put that in his claim. Where are the seller claims against buyers? Where is the buyer feedback so we can show off who are the scamming buyers? Oh yeah Ebay has that. lol But in all seriousness, that is where I will be doing all my selling from now on. At least there I can post a picture of my product so the “not as described” thing doesn’t fly.
I also would like to bring up conditions. I put the game under the category of very good condition. Now conditions can mean the product will be shipped to you under a variety of ways depending on the condition you list it under. Technically, the game works perfectly, like new. But the case in which I shipped it is in another language and why wouldn’t that little factor be an acceptable way to downgrade the product’s description to very good and have that technically be as described?
Also for the record, whether or not it is law, being able to legally keep something that “you didn’t pay for”, is one of the dumbest things I have ever heard and is obviously a easy way for people, if they wanted to do so, to rip off other people who are just trying to sell old things for some extra money or independent sellers just trying to get by.