Scammed by a person that provided fake shipping information and PayPal sided with the scammer.
I thought I purchased an item from an online store. Paid through PayPal. Within a day or two received an email from PayPal saying the seller provided shipment tracking information. Open the USPS tracking app and it said the item was delivered 2 weeks prior. I immediate opened up a case and explained how could I receive something prior to the PayPal transaction, but PayPal denied my claim because the seller provided valid shipping information. I’m sure no one actually looked at the inconsistencies because there probably have an automated system dealing with this. How can I get my refund? So **bleep** off right now....
Re: Scammed by a person that provided fake shipping information and PayPal sided with the scammer.
I had the same problem. Ebay seller deleted their account and never gave me an update on my shipping. When i filed a claim with paypal i then got another tracking number which said my item was delivered which is BS. The tracking history is inconsistent. I will try to talk to my post office and back about this. It's hard getting someone who actually care. Scammer are making millions off of their scheme and paypal is supporting them smh. There is a huge lack of support when it comes to this and should be a class action lawsuit against paypal for not honoring their buyer protection.