I'm starting to release that apparently it seems there is a paypal "service" loophole - in that all someone needs to say to paypal is that a "service" was provided, and there is no buyer protection then. (I.e., paypal won't refund it). (Simply because I paid for a couple items but the service was not rendered, in fact most recently one individual put affiliate links, promoted a different product, etc, etc for a product that I was paying for to promote). I will probably have to go to my cc company to get the charge taken care of, but I wanted to know:
What do you to to protect yourselves in these cases? I.e., since you've probably done something like this before, is there something you do to prevent that kind of (lack) of service?
(What was really annoying with the last person is they actually ran the ad however they felt, totally ignored what was initially agreed upon, and promoted *other* products).