I sold a pedal to a guy yesterday for $100, it was a custom audio electronics od/boost, mint, which retails for $140. I drove to his church and sold it to him and offered that if it didn't work as advertised, he could return it. It works, and I know this because I tested it out.
He wants to return it, and I'm guessing it's just buyers remorse. I offered a return only if it did not funtion as advertised.
I'm not going to let him return it. It's just bad business to buy something from someone, after the seller being more than accomodating, and then try to return it on the used market. Thoughts?