Generally, transactions are conducted smoothly on FLICAP INTERNET. However there may be some cases where both the Buyers and Sellers may face issues. At FLICAP INTERNET, we have a Dispute Resolution process in order to resolve disputes between Buyers and Sellers.

What is a 'dispute'?

A ‘Dispute’ can be defined as a disagreement between a Buyer and a Seller in connection with a transaction on the Platform.

How does a 'dispute' occur in the Marketplace?

Disputes are filed as a result of a disagreement between the Buyer and the Seller. Disputes arise out of an issue that is raised by either party not being completely satisfied with the resolution of their complaint/issue.

It is important that before a Buyer/Seller raises a dispute, they should attempt to solve the issue. Please note that whenever a Buyer raises a dispute, the Seller’s payment for that order is put on hold immediately until the issue is resolved.

How is a 'dispute' created?

Whenever there is a disagreement, the Buyer can write to help@flicap.com, while the Seller can write to help@flicap.com, in order to raise a dispute. Disputes can be raised at a particular transaction level.

What are the various types of 'disputes'?

Following are the indicative examples of potential disputes:

  1. Wrong item received
  2. Item Not as described
  3. Damaged or Seal broken on Product
  4. Part/Accessory missing
  5. Item not Compatible
  6. Seller Description/Specification Wrong
  7. Defective (Functional issues)
  8. Product not working and Manufacturer claims invalid Invoice

In case the Seller rejects the return request of the Buyer, and Buyer raises a dispute, then FLICAP INTERNET will try to mediate and resolve the dispute between both the parties. If the dispute is resolved in favour of the Buyer, a refund is provided once the product is returned to the Seller. If the dispute is settled in favour of the Seller, Buyer is entitled to any refund.

Disputes via Chargeback

Whenever a chargeback (CB) comes from a payment gateway/bank, following situations may arise:

  1. Item not received CB – Buyer hasn’t received the item. Refund will be created in accordance with the dispute policies
  2. Unauthorized CB – Buyer hasn’t made this particular transaction. Refund will be created in accordance with the dispute policies.

Seller expressly agrees that issuing the correct and complete invoice is the sole and primary responsibility of the Seller. Furthermore, Seller shall ensure that invoices state “Powered by FLICAP INTERNET” and failing to do so Seller will be liable for chargebacks (as applicable).

Item not as described – meaning item is not what Buyer expected. Dispute will be decided in accordance with the dispute policies.