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Please be aware with Yeemall Trade Co.Ltd. They advertise cheap goods through the face book.
They usually use the shop name: (xxxxx).shop.
With so many complaints against shops or sellers like this, paypal should have a preventative solution. For example, by reminding the buyer that the shop or seller has a bad rating or has many customer complaints. Or suspected of being a fraud and others. Warnings are given smartly and wisely, to avoid the number of Paypal customers being deceived and to minimize dispute number.
I ordered 3 lace front wigs from Edithhair because I love the natural look, however, I even paid for expedited and they sent me 3 whole wigs without the lace front & they look like used wigs, my total came to 54.00 bucks and some change also I believe they have several sites their working and now I'm in dispute to get my money back threw Paypal. after I order and I got the 3 whole dried up wigs I started emailing after calling which by the way no one ever answered. I'm scared I'll never order from anyone I'm done
I also fall for their victim as well. My grandfather going through FB and possibly see an ad for a 90% discount sale on a certain gaming laptop.
The spec is very good and tempting. At first, I said to myself "This is a scam" and my grandfather convince me to buy and I heavily regret it buying and giving them almost $50.
I already send a dispute and possible of any form of refund but I know very well that they won't reply or win the dispute if they provide enough evidence.
I recently fell victim to this seller. I purchased an item (doesn't really matter what) and it never arrived. After a series of complaints, the sent a tracking number that, when checked, said there was no information available. When I lodged a complaint with PayPal, they denied my claim saying that because YeeYeemall Trade Co.Ltd provided a tracking number, that was adequate. So now PayPal seems to be siding with scammers.
The same thing happened to me-I gave up on my dispute. Pay pal thinks as long as there is a tracking number, everything is good. At least I did not lose a lot of money.
Almost the same as what happened to me. Paypal refused my claim on the grounds that I could not show my proof of payment / credit receipt.
What makes me very surprised is: I pay using paypal, paypal continues to ask for proof of payment / credit receipt. As long as I know if I pay via paypal, all data and all proof of payment should be stored and known by paypal.
Is paypal now starting to help scammers, or paypal has become a fraudulent?
this problem makes my trust in paypal decreases.
I ordered a Rotating Shelf 1 + 1 FREE for $19.99 plus Shipping of $9.99 Total $29.98 through FB Marketplace March 4th, 2021. Here it is April 28th and I have no product, they have my money and I have emailed them THREE times asking where my order is. They do not respond. I have complained
to FB and to PayPal. Neither one has done anything to help. PayPal did get a tracking number but guess what? It has been saying no information available for 4 weeks.
Has anyone actually had their dispute resolved? Who else can I complain to?
I agree PayPal should flag this company for it's dishonest selling practices.
Chinese Web Sites or on Social Media ads easy to spot (once you know the below signs) so buyer beware.
Paypal would not be able to check every individual seller / merchant / company in over 200 countries worldwide that adds paypal to their website to accept payments.
So they give you 'some' buyer protection but the onus is on you to risk assess your transactions.
They do stop bad companies from using Paypal when enough claims start rolling in.
However as they are in China (mostly) then its easy for them to just start over with a new name, so stopping them does not really do anything.
The BEST thing is to not buy from them in the first place, to recognise them -
1. No return address on the returns policy. The site will look as if its in your country (where they despatch goods from) but they will ask for returns to go back to China (returns depot) at a shipping cost often more than the item is worth.
2. No contact telephone number. if you click on contact the most you will get is webmail or an email address.
3. Rarely company address information.
4. Great pictures of items at bargain prices that turn out to be tat.
5. Fake reviews.
6. Google and you can often see previous company names as they change them once enough claims roll in and Paypal stop them using their services and start over.
7. Send fake tracking numbers to win item non receipt of item claims.