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I had a feeling it was a scam, now I can't dispute it.

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Re: I had a feeling it was a scam, now I can't dispute it.

Thank you for the information about going to UPS. I did and got them to check on the tracking and found that the one the company supplied to PayPal was falsified. I showed PayPal the one from UPS and they re-opened the dispute and I was refunded my money! Thanks for the advice!! 

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Re: I had a feeling it was a scam, now I can't dispute it.

This is a big scam, do not buy anything from this seller.  PayPal not helpful at all big waste of money and time..

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THE SCAMMER JUST OPENED ANOTHER STORE!! How is PAYPAL ALLOWING THESE CROOKS TO OPERATE??? All businesses need to be verified. The store name is SOKOKZ! It’s already been reported online as a scam in the last 14 hours!
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I don't know how PayPal will catch them if they keeping changing their name. They are getting away with scamming so many people. I am going to stay away from these lesser known sites and stay with the bigger names even if I have to pay more. I don't want to go through again what I just went through. Thanks for the heads up on the new name. 

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I was able to get PayPal to re-open up the dispute again. (They had found in the seller's favor). Someone suggested I go to UPS and get a "intranet form" to show where the actual tracking number that was supplied really went to. I did and it wasn't to me. I supplied the info to PayPal and they reversed the decision and refunded my money. It took leg work but I am getting my money back. This scammer didn't win this one. It made my day!!!  

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Re: I had a feeling it was a scam, now I can't dispute it.

Goinfine got me to, I did a search for a tire on Google in this site advertise some crazy low price so I naturally had to check it out and when I saw that they offered PayPal as payment in listed a US address I thought it was legit, After I made the payment the only receipt I got was one from PayPal and immediately threw up red flags when I seen the seller was actually in China, how I got my money back from PayPal, the next morning I contacted PayPal they said to email the seller and wait three days and if I don’t get a reply they would help me file a dispute so I did just that on the third day I filed a dispute and PayPal from my understanding emailed the seller repeatedly and they never responded, after three weeks I won to dispute and got my money back since then the goinfine.com website has been taken down

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Re: I had a feeling it was a scam, now I can't dispute it.

Good for you! Great to know the website is down but I have a feeling they will be back but with a different name!!!

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Re: I had a feeling it was a scam, now I can't dispute it.

I also had this happen from Goinfine with a kayak purchase. UPS said they cannot provide me with the "intranet form" unless I provide the delivery address. If I was provided a false tracking number (also, like you, it was an Amazon tracking number), how in the world would I know where the shipment was delivered?!?!? I guess I will go to a physical UPS store next.

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Re: I had a feeling it was a scam, now I can't dispute it.

Dispute it! I finally got my money back today from Pay Pal.
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Didn't know it was a scam

I purchased a Danchel vehicle awning from GOINFINE as advertised in Google's sponsored merchants in May 2020 using PayPal. I received an order number and then a PayPal receipt containing a tracking number from China Post. Little did I know that the product was being shipped from China. About two weeks later I entered the tracking number and found it shipped to the US port of entry NYC. June 19th I checked and found the item was ready to be dispersed to the USPS. On June 22nd the item was labeled out for delivery. On June 23rd I checked and found that the post office claimed the item was delivered to my residence at 5:30 PM. I filed a claim on the USPS website stating the item had not been delivered. Later the day I received a call from my local post office and the gentleman stated they had a GPS log and found an item (having my tracking number) which was delivered to a different address in my town. I asked how this could happen and was told they had no clue, maybe the tracking number I had could be wrong? I sent an email to the contact individual on my order and received no reply. I then file a claim with PayPal and am waiting for a resolution. Weird thing is the USPS tracking showed it was delivered to my residence but their GPS reveals something totally different? Oh and the package they delivered was clothing, not my awning!