Hi Im new to this site and new to macs. I recently bought a brand new sealed macbook pro from ebay from a top rated seller for £835 which was a good price considering it is was sealed etc.... or so I thought..... I opened the box and registered the warranty and so on and put in back in the box with the intention of opening and using it properly once I sold my terrible HP ENVY 14. When I opened the box yesterday and took a real close look at the machine I noticed a few serious build faults..... 1. This is the most serious, when the laptop is closed the left side of the laptop is noticeably bent as if its been molded wrong or something, there are no impact marks whatsoever. 2. The track pad is supposed to be flush but mine dips slightly on the left side which is evident when you look closely and run your finger around the edge of the track pad. 3. There are two small scratches on the right side of the macbook. 4. The bottom plate is also supposed to be completely flush with the case but like the track pad mine is defective, it is flush on the right but not on the left. One of the main reasons I went for a mbp is because of the reputation for quality, I bought this laptop from a reputable seller who has a very high feedback score and multiple comments from happy users who bought the same laptop I did, so I definitely know he was not selling faulty stock. I rang Apple today and they said that they could not offer me a replacement as I bought it from a third party but they made an appointment at a store for tomorrow... My question is .... do these defects fall under poor workmanship from Apple and should I be entitled to a replacement. The laptop was literally brand new and the warranty on it was registered on the 16th april by me on the day I received it..... I emailed the seller who then rang me within 20 minutes and he advised me to take it to an apple store and they will replace it as its not something that can be repaired. Please give me some advice. All advice is welcome. P.S I came to this site because this was the site that initially made me switch to mac from pc, everyone here seems very knowledgeable on all things Apple so I knew this would be the right place to come. Thank you for reading.