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I plan to report this Kainuode scam to the US Postal Inspector. I made my order on January 23, then emailed the "seller" on February 28, and received the cheap wristwatch on March 9, mailed from California to my address in Utah. I made no connection between the watch and the lapdesk I had ordered. "Seller" then sent a message that my package had been delivered on March 9, and I figured it out. I included a list of rules from the Federal Trade Commission website in my extensive evidence I prepared and sent to PayPal, who then informed me I get a full refund. I hope the scammer isn't involving any innocent victims in this scheme, tricking 3rd parties into shipping the cheap substitute. I'm quite sure they never had the merchandise they advertised, just photos of it taken from legitimate sellers on the web.
Same issue as almost everyone here; bought two $20 laptop modular/folding desks in Jan; instead, got two junk counterfeit watches in March. Currently, in dispute and waiting on Paypal to review. They'll offer 50% refund, or you can mail it back at your expense for a full refund after they assess the product on return evaluation (several months later).
These people are **bleep**. Been reported to several agencies including PayPal.
Same issue here, saw a product being advertised in Facebook. Ordered as I thought payment with PayPal would be safe. Received two toothbrushes, obviously not what I ordered. Seller offers 40% refund and that I can keep the toothbrushes. Full refund only if I send the toothbrushes back to China, and only once they have received and inspected them. Obviously I paid a lot more than what the toothbrushes are worth. Already escalated to PayPal as fraud.
Did you ship your items back to China vis USPS with tracking number? And PayPal refunded your shipping costs?