I sold an activation key on Amazon to this buyer. When he received the activation key, he immediately filed for a refund saying it was fake. Amazon will always take the buyers side and I was scammed out of a $500 license for Photoshop.
then you should know better than to put a large ticket item online at some scam site. Ebay, PayPal, and Amazon will screw you over as the seller every single time to protect themselves form buyer chargebacks. They figure they will screw you and there's nothing you can do about it, and the chances of you taking legal action or filing a police report against them are slim to none because your too lazy to even do it. So to them the only person that can take money away form them is the credit card buyer bank. they are afraid that everyone will disappear and they get holding the loss. So they will screw you over time and time again to protect themselves, so if they steal from you, they wont incur the dispute.
The real entity that conned you was Amazon. Dont blame the buyer for doing it, it was Amazon that actually did the fraud. The buyer knew exactly how Amazon operated and knew the outcome. If Amazon really protected you, then they wouldnt of ever allowed it.