Thanks for your useful message,
Sorry for late reply,we're afraid that our supplier may pack wrong item,could you kindly to keep the item and pay for 2GBP?then we send right item to you,or give better advice,forwards,thanks,
This is the second time I've received an incorrect item from a seller on eBay. The first time (over 5 years ago now) the seller, a guy in the US, sent me the correct item as soon as I drew his attention to the error. He did this out of his own pocket, didn't ask for the incorrect item back, didn't ask for extra postage.
I'm concerned because the seller is requesting more money. I know it's only £2, but is there anything further that could go wrong if I agree to pay it? Any PayPal scam I may not know about? The fact that they state I don't have to post back the original (to HK I assume) makes me trust them somewhat as £2 is cheaper than whatever registered post would be, but I'm still wary. Saying "or give better advice" seems strange, but it could just be a language barrier thing.
What's recommended? Contest the £2 as it's the seller/suppliers fault, pay the £2 and hope that's the end of it, or something else?