He is an attorney?
Essentially, it is absolutely HIS problem. Not yours that he could not provide the product he advertised and you paid for. Unsure what you paid, but I doubt that $$amount is keeping his electricity from being turned on given his profession.
He should have told you upfront he could not provide the section you wanted and asked ahead of time if 406 was acceptable. It's his fault he didn't list 406 in the first place and his fault he didn't realize he never had 421 available.
You will win the PayPal dispute. Ignore his threats, etc. If he really wants to make thus "real", just do this.
Threaten to file a formal complaint against his licensing board. I bet they would love to know he is scalping tickets to the public. And you know who else would? The Firm he works for....during business hours no less. Unless his name is the same as the Firm name, then I assure you he will treat you a lot nicer after you suggest that to him.
Bottomline, you paid for a service he did not provide.
This post was edited on 11/21 at 11:41 am