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I just received this!
which is a lie as I warned them that the company was a scammer even before the kiddies chair arrived!
when it did arrive I sent pictures of the crappy chair.
The never asked me for any supporting information, PayPal supports scams and frauds in preference to customers!
We received the claim(s) you opened on 21 May 2020.
We've reviewed the transaction(s) and are denying your claim(s). The decision was made because we did not receive a response from you with supporting details for the case.
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Dispute Case ID: PP-D-67304077
Transaction Amount: $26.98 USD
Dispute Amount: $26.98 USD
Transaction ID: 3H3995233H4500314
Transaction Date: 8 May 2020
I got on the phone after receiving my rejection, and complained about the decision and they reversed it!.
I laid it on about the number of people who have also been scammed and suggested that they looked at the community pages!
waiting for the credit to appear on my card!
Thank you payPal
I paid $26.98 (x2) for what was supposed to be a recliner luxury champ chair on May 10, 2020. I just received the first delivery and it was not what was purchased. Instead it was a small fold up stool big enough for a toddler, not a 250 lbs. grown man.
This is a class action suit in the brewing.
You have Facebook, Shopify and Paypal all aiding and abetting foreign actors in the embezzlement of US and Canadian Currency from North America to China.
Facebook carries the ads and profits
Shopify hosts the store fronts
Paypal executes the transactions.
None of the three seem motivated to closing the loop, at least two of the three have been notified by customers and would be aware that there is a problem. How could this thread be going on for 6 months? Why have these companies not acted? How much money has been exported as a result of these deceptive marketplaces?
If Paypal, Facebook and Shopify don't care then there must be a lawyer who does...