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Yes, Facebook does not do anything because those monster paid the fee to them.
Now, I am report all advertising like that.
Paypls should blacklist this name or those transactions need to inform buyer about issues in the past.
In case of buyer still approve it again, good luck for that, else, buyer will aware of it.
I went thru a similar situation w/ an Chinese online retailer Turnpot that was advertised thru Google Shopping. I ordered an inflatable pool 31" x 90" x 44" for my daughter, but instead received 3x KN95 respiratory masks!
I immediately filed a claim w/ PayPal, but I was denied since the seller provided a tracking number! I then turned to my credit card company and I was rejected twice. I called back a third time and I was successful when I told the customer service rep that I went thru a merchant online and that this was NOT a person to person transaction as shown on the PayPal statement. My credit card company was able to credit me back the funds based on that key distinction.
I have lost all of my confidence in PayPal!!!
I have decided that PayPal is a secure place to store credit card info, but when something goes wrong they are less than worthless. I always go to my credit card holder for getting my money back.