I bought what was supposed to be a Squier Mustang bass neck off ebay. The item description only said So I get the bass, and it turns out to be off of a Bronco, and someone attempted to drill out the tuning machine holes for 1/2" post tuners, and drilled to big, and obviously used a hand drill because they are oblong. The tuner bushings just fall out of the holes. It also has a tuner screw broke off in the neck. The finish is horrible but I was planning on stripping it, reshaping the head stock and refinishing it anyway, so that's a non issue. So here is the reason for this thread, I messaged the guy with no response asking for a refund, because the tuning key holes were not mentioned in the ad, neither was the broken screw, and the neck needs serious work to get back to useable condition. He never replied to my message, so I filed a claim. He then offered me a partial refund of $15.00, with this message. Of course I turned it down, and after some back and forth he offered me a $20 partial refund, which was still unacceptable. Then was trying to respond to his message and mistakenly accepted his offer, and $20 was put into my pay pal account. Is this final, or can I some how cancel my acceptance of his offer? Or did I just spend $110 for some fire wood and a cheap set of tuners? I left him negative feedback, but that is hardly any kind of payback for him selling me junk.