So I bought a G1 TF off eBay and when it arrived, it was in shocking condition - dirty, multiple heavy paint chips and floppy limbs. None of this was shown in the picture or mentioned in the item description. In fact, with hindsight, the picture is obviously taken very carefully so as to hide some of the major flaws. So I contact the seller asking to return the item as it does not match the description and it is of no use to me due to the poor condition, in exchange for a refund. First, he starts kicking his heels in about not wanting to repay me the postage as it was 'only' £1.17 and he's not a business wah wah wah. So finally after days of back and forth, we've agreed that he will refund the total cost of the item plus half the cost of trackable postage to return the item to him. My question is, should I send the item first or get him to pay me the money first? If I do send the item back and the refund never materialises, do I just claim for 'item not received'? The seller is being very stubborn and unhelpful so he could be capable of anything (he has already re-listed the item!!!)... Anyone had this before?