Internet Justice: Garage Sends Skeleton Key to eBay Dicks

The internet is a great and wonderful place, at times. The notion of buying and selling goods on the interwebs has become so common that the term eCommerce seems like a dated one, as the practice is too commonplace to warrant its own sub-segment. Many buy into the trust system of handing your credit card info over broadband signals, goods on eBay and the even more trust-based Craigslist. But there will always be outliers, and this is one such case of someone who just does not buy into the system. The folks over at Mighty Car Mods purchased a part off a seller on eBay, but the part was the wrong fit. When they tried to return it, they were met with a not-so-nice response and took to the internet to tell their tale...
Internet Justice: Garage Sends Skeleton Key to eBay Dicks
Bad enough, right? Well it gets worse...
Internet Justice: Garage Sends Skeleton Key to eBay Dicks
Umm, so seems like a double-standard on the part of the eBay Dicks. The guys at Mighty Car Mods, agreed...
Internet Justice: Garage Sends Skeleton Key to eBay Dicks
And this is where the Mighty Car Mods guys got quite clever. They decided they would return A key, just not the key the eBay dick was looking for...
Internet Justice: Garage Sends Skeleton Key to eBay Dicks
Classic. No word on how the eBay Dicks responded to this, but we have to commend Mighty Car Mods on not taking carp from someone sketchy eBay sellers. Let this be a tale of taking the power of the internet into your own hands. Oh, and for skeeve-ball eBay sellers, you've been warned!

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