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by the way, the return address on the shipping label is involved in the fraud, if it's in the US post it up, you can at least make some trouble domestically, half the time there's an organized crime mob of sorts behind it.
Isn't there some entity we can report this to? I mean this is looking like something that should be stopped before more people are ripped off.
I ordered the ball launcher and received one tennis ball. I kept complaining to them and was told to take a picture of the product (that I never got). I said to send it or I was going to make a huge deal out of it. I received this email which I did not alter or translate:
Sorry, we have sent you an advertising product that does not include a machine, which is in short supply. We can not sell the machine at the current low price. Sorry for the misleading advertisement for your product, and I am willing to provide you with this 10% refund as compensation, do you agree?
We are sorry again for the misunderstanding you caused. Hope you can understand us.
I guess they only think I deserve 10%, their mistake is not taking me seriously. I disputed the charge and am hell bent to expose them and share their latest email.
If this isn't resolved, the credit card company is my next step. And if this is really the case, where is the advantage in using PayPal?
Yes, and my PP is linked directly to my bank account, not a credit card, so I have no other way to get the $ back, or half of it at least, by shipping the stupid product back to China and losing half the money and a lot of my time and energy. PP IS part of it all by allowing this to continue.