Returned a faulty item to China. Have received a full refund of the item price, but the seller insisted I could have sent it back for £23 (when no less than 5 UK Post Offices told me it would cost £66).
Amazon originally told me that as the seller hadn't given me a UK return address, the full cost of return would be included in the claim, but they are now supporting the seller's refund of £23, leaving me £40 short on the transaction. I know it won't make any difference to Amazon, but once this is resolved, they will definitely have 1 fewer customer.
Reason of review: Pricing issue.