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Got scammed by a Facebook ad selling Golden curling 2 in 1 hair iron.

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Re: Got scammed by a Facebook ad selling Golden curling 2 in 1 hair iron.

Lucky you. Paypal wanted me to send it back at my cost
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Re: Got scammed by a Facebook ad selling Golden curling 2 in 1 hair iron.

I received only the small plain black straightener which is not what I ordered and it was damaged because it was shipped in an envelope. I made a claim because they didn’t want to refund my money unless I paid return shipping. I feel like that’s unfair since I’m not the genius that shipped a cheap quality product in an envelope. Of course PayPal sides with them and would like me to spend half of my refund to ship the wrong damaged product back to them. So much for PayPal protection. Not sure why PayPal would still allow this company to use their services with this many complaints.

Re: Got scammed by a Facebook ad selling Golden curling 2 in 1 hair iron.

SummerEyeCo scammed me US22.95 for super elastic stockings. Claimed to be indestructible. Ripped at first try. Money back guarantee denied, stupid email responses only. Do not touch anything they try selling.
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Re: Got scammed by a Facebook ad selling Golden curling 2 in 1 hair iron.

I wish I had seen all this before I got sucked in!! I tried to dispute through my credit card company (who had no trouble contacting them, even though I couldnt reach anyone!) THAT went no where!! Credit card company wanted a letter, on letterhead, from a simular business detailing WHY the product was not as ordered. Guess how far I got trying to get another vendor involved...!! Nope!! And really, WHY would they? I figured the credit card company could see for themselves that a '3 in 1 CURLING IRON' IS NOT a CHEAP **bleep** $5 'flat iron'..... doesnt even make sense.... but they didnt. Now I am out the $40 I paid for a cheap FLAT IRON when I already have STRAIGHT HAIR!! SO UNFAIR that they can get away with this!!