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Deputies: Victim spots his stolen tools on OfferUp app

Detectives in Washington County say a man stole tools from a vehicle over the weekend then tried to sell them online using the app OfferUp.

Deputies cited 30-year-old Raymond A. Chavez of Portland for first-degree theft and unlawful entry into a vehicle.

According to the Washington County Sheriff’s Office, the victim of the theft, Cody Schillinger, called dispatchers Sunday evening saying someone broke into his vehicle at his residence in the 8800 block of Southwest Cashmur Drive in the West Slope neighborhood and stole his tools.

"Once I found that, I was like 'Oh my gosh, this is literally how I make my living and it's all gone," said Schillinger.

Schillinger was able to provide deputies with a detailed list of the tools stolen, including the fact that some were marked with his initials.

Schillinger later called detectives he found one of his stolen items on the sales app OfferUp.

"I saw the pictures and I was like 'My goodness, thank goodness!' It was really surreal," Schillinger said.

Detectives from the sheriff’s office Property Crimes Unit made arrangements to meet with the seller, later identified as Chavez.

The detectives were able to confirm the tools were those stolen from Schillinger and recover the stolen property, valued at around $1,000. The property was returned to Schillinger.

"They said it doesn't happen often. It is definitely a good feeling," said Schillinger.

The sheriff’s office noted that detectives received “valuable assistance” from employees at OfferUp during the investigation.

The detectives also said this was a good reminder for property owners to record serial numbers or apply distinct markings to their property to make identification easier.

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Has this happenned to anyone else?



I sold a Computer Server to a buyer on Ebay, this guy phoned me, we discussed everything about the server and shipping. Now this guy was cheap I could tell just by him whinning about how much the shipping would be and how long it would take.



So me being a nice person and I know what it is like to have to wait and wait for my package, I told him to send me $90 and I would express ship it out to him and he would have it in 3 - 4 days. He agreed and sent me the extra $90 plus I gave him a deal on the server $169.99 , when I could have easily got $200. The server weighs 70lbs and is 26"longX19"highX9"wide and has to be shipped in it's proper sitting place so I had to label it with THIS SIDE UP stickers and also HEAVY stickers (70lbs) and alot of FRAGILE AND HANDLE WITH CARE stickers. It cost me $280.00 to ship it to him (no lie I have the receipt from UPS on my account) and only charged him $90. When I packaged the server I did it at the UPS office that I go to all the time and the UPS agent helped me actually. I wrapped it in packing cardboard and used a bubble packing envelope for extra cushion on the back of the tower server so that none of the conections would be broken. It was then triple wrapped with cardboard boxes customly made top fit tight around the server and several layers of red Tuck Tape were used to seal it all up.



The buyer received it I believe 6 days later because some of the paperwork for the border ( Canada to USA) were not proper so it took a few more days. When his even NORMAL shipping, like the cheapest from Winnipeg Manitoba Canada to New York USA would have been $133.00 and would have taken 2 - 3 weeks to get there. Remember he only paid $90?



Anyway 3 days after he received the server he sends me a message that it was damaged during shipping because it was not packaged properly and he wants all his money back and also the shipping money. In my listing I had listed no returns or exchanges. I want all of you to know that I have sold many of these units and I always, ALWAYS run a system check on them before shipping them out and I have never had a problem. So I replied to him that I most certainly did package it properly and I asked him to send me pictures please and I also asked him why he would accept a package that was damaged. He would not respond or nor did he send any pictures.



Yesterday I received a buyer complaint thing from Ebay and Paypal puts a $179.99 hold on my account. I responded to the complaint and explained everything in detail and informed the buyer that I would be contacting Ebay and UPS this morning.



This morning I woke up a little later than usual 11am and noticed that the buyer had already escalated the complaint with Ebay at 6am. I immediately phoned Ebay and spoke to someone in the Ebay Buyer Protection department and I explained everything to the rep and also that I packed it in front of the UPS agent who helped me and that the buyer would not send me any pictures, and I expressed to the rep that I think what the buyer did was buy a different server locally because I noticed on his account that a few days after he bought my server, he was buying Tape drives for a completely different server, and after speaking with him on the phone he had said that he was in need of a server badly because they did not have one.



So here is what the Ebay rep did during the phone call I had with him. He ruled in the buyers favor and now the buyer can take 7 - 14 days to ship it to me and he can send it anyway he wants, so I will be waiting for 4- 6 weeks at the very least to get back a BROKEN server that has now cost me 280.00$ in shipping and is probably now worth nothing because here is what I believe happenned the buyer found a server locally and then read the buyer protection policy and then damaged the server ON PURPOSE then filed the claim. I know I cannot prove it 100% but I know that is what happenned.



So now I am out over $550.00 and apparently there is nothing I can do about it. I am sooo tired of getting ripped off on Ebay by buyers that LIE and Ebay rules in there favor all the time. I have 2 kids and this is christmas time and this extra money is for gifts for them, I am so UPSET right now with Ebay that I am about ready to quit selling on here completely.



I go out of my way to ENSURE that items are packed EXTRA well so that damage does not happen, and now I get ripped off by some goon that uses the policy to get away with it.




BEWARE SELLERS this can happen to you.



I think Ebay needs to wake up and change some of this NON-SENSE policy loop holes that these scammers use to scam you out of money. Oh and get this that buyer can now leave me NEGATIVE feedback but I cannot do the same to him, I can either leave positive or no feedback!



UNBELIEVABLE!!!!



Has anyone else had this happen to them?

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OfferUp: Buy. Sell. Letgo. Mobile marketplace

Buy. Sell. Letgo. - OfferUp and Letgo are now one big mobile marketplace.

Buy, sell and shop deals on thousands of unique items nearby! So whether you want to make some extra money by selling your used furniture or want to do some clothes shopping the choice is yours with OfferUp.

OfferUp makes it easy to find great deals on the things you want and make money on the things you want to sell. Ditch the Classified Ads and garage sales -- this is the best way to buy and sell in your community or neighborhood with a mobile marketplace you can trust.

Cars, clothes, shoes, vintage fashion, and more! Here’s how shopping and selling with OfferUp works:

• Buy or sell anything; easily offer up your items for sale in 30 seconds.
• Find great deals and discounts on clothes, shoes, furniture, vintage fashion, cell phones, electronics, baby & kids items, sports equipment, used cars, home goods and more.
• Use reputation features like ratings and profiles to see who you’re dealing with and build trust.
• Shop local items for sale with thousands of new postings daily.
• Message buyers and sellers securely from within the app.
• Build your reputation with your unique seller profile page.
• Browse and shop items by image and sort by category or location.
• Join millions of people using OfferUp across the country.
• Skip the garage sale! OfferUp is the simplest way to buy and sell locally.

Fun facts about shopping and selling with OfferUp:

1. With OfferUp you can easily sell anything like clothes and shoes, used cars, electronics, vintage fashion, and furniture.
2. OfferUp shows you what’s selling nearby in your local community.
3. Communication between buyers & sellers happens through the app via secure messaging.
4. OfferUp is better than a garage sale; you can do your shopping right on your phone or tablet.

Be part of the community:

We’re making local shopping and selling an experience that everyone can try and trust. The community at the heart of our marketplace is what makes that possible. When you join OfferUp, you’re joining millions of people helping each other make money and save money around the nation -- and right in the neighborhood.

From shoes to cars, vintage fashion to furniture - unearth unique items that you can’t find anywhere else with OfferUp. Download OfferUp today and enjoy the mobile marketplace with plenty of hidden gems just waiting to be discovered.

The two leading mobile marketplaces in the U.S., OfferUp and Letgo, are joining forces to create a new powerhouse. OfferUp acquired Letgo on July 1, 2020.

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