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I sold brand new shoes to buddy. He had and worn for a month. Now claims his dad demands he return shoes and get money back. What do I do?

shoes sold brand new and worn heavily in months time. He is my friend and I don't want this to impair our friendship

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He bought the shoes, they're bought. Unless he's a scary guy, don't bother with him.

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I don't want to impair friendship.
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I say screw it he was dumb enough to buy them and so he shouldn't get the money back

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Stand your ground unless he's a scary man

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Oh well..return policy ended..tough bananaz...he'll just hav to get over it..his fault for buying the shoes..

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Obviously, if they were brand new out of the box shoes and they are now just trying to sell you them back then they are too cheap and are apparently not trustworthy enough to make a solid deal. My advice personally is to tell them that they were new when you sold them and now have obviously been worn down. But if you would like to not impair the relationship say you'll buy them back but not for full price, say half off or so, and list your reasons.

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No refunds

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If their in not too bad of a condition then you can try to sell them online or in a yardsale.

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If you have to only give him half of his money back, because he has worn them.

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