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I agree sticking with Amazon all the way! Now I am on a mission to get the word out to no longer use PayPal they are useless!
Yes, you are correct. I just filed a claim against Dongguan Shunfa Logistics Co., Ltd. and Paypal sided in favor of the company.
Good luck finding a shipper that will verify delivery. I finally found a shipper through Parcel Monkey, but their operation appears about as shady as Dongguan/PayPal. But I have no expectations of any success. Return shipping was just action I took to cross the T's and dot the I's for the time this becomes a Class Action Lawsuit against PayPal. I will be an active participate in any lawsuit. ------ Further about the shipping: Just because your shipper says the item may be delivered PayPal will need Dongguan to acknowledge delivery (read the fine print closely). My bet is that they will deny delivery. Again folks, If someone knows how to start a Lawsuit let me know. My anguish, anger, time and emotional distress is going to be worth a heck of a lot more than the $44.98 fraud by Dongguan and PayPal.
I will join the suit also. I ordered a $75.98 planetarium set on November 12. I received the disks only on January 2. They gave me the run around and I filed a dispute with Paypal. What Paypal did not advise was that I was not actually filing, and I would get an email that had to be responded to within days. When I didn't see the refund I called and they said it was too late, I hadn't responded soon enough. I have filed a dispute with Bank of America, but its been over 60 days since I received it so chances are it won't go through. I went back to my original order and the link takes you to a website which appears to be active. The site was called. shop.badtycal.com.