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Ya, I ordered the same desk and received the same piece of wood that you did, except mine is broken.
I was only sent a shipping info email and I put "Fraud" in the fields and asked to be contacted. PayPal denied my claim and closed the case, and it won't let me reopen it. For the life of me, I have not been able to find a way to contact anyone about this scam. I've been using PP since they started, but this is the second time they've let a scammer burn me, so no more chances for them. I'll fight this and use Amazon Pay/Venmo/etc for now on.
PP obviously cares more about scammers than loyal customers.
I had ordered the same product and the same issue. They provided some shipping address doesn't exist. Paypal is ignoring us because they are making huge amounts of money on their transactions and a few people complaining isn't worth their trouble.
I wish I had of seen this community board before I placed my order. The same thing has happened to me. I received a piece of wood that my toddler could break. I was offered a $15 refund. I sent PayPal pictures and of course a detailed account of my issue. Once I started the claim I couldn't even load my response to my claim in the resolution center. I was always getting an error message. Now that I can see all of these complaints I believe that my tech issues were on purpose. I think that it is a shame that PayPal is participating with this company with this fraudulent activity. PayPal has a legal obligation to protect their customers. I wonder but I doubt that this could be reported to the Better Business Bureau. I also wonder if a class action suit could be filed against PayPal-I foresee this happening in their future. I will NEVER use PayPal again for questionable purchases (which I didn't think it was at the time). I guess my grandmother was right "If I seems to good to be true beware something is wrong".
Looks like PayPal is no longer a reputable payment processor. We should notify our state and local representatives and recommend that they investigate Chinese ownership of PayPal shares. This situation stinks to high heavens, and I'm sure Shenzhen Haizhide isn't the only supplier creating this problem.
Same here and the exact same item. Post Office is saying the address and company don't exist so now I have to get proof of it from the Post Office. I am also going to file a compliant against PayPal for aiding and abetting this practice.
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Any ody here know how to forward all this to two organisations at the same time. Firstly of course PayPal who should be ashamed of themselves, and secondly the Chinese Embassy in London. They might take a pretty dim view of these scammers and indeed PayPal and FB who seem to be profiting from taking ads from these types of people while choosing to do nothing when it’s flagged to them.
I see that I am in good company, I also ordered the multifunctional table but I received the laptop stand. I contacted the seller and offered me a refund of 4 dollars on an expense of 29.89 dollars. I replied that at most I would have paid 7 dollars for the item that was sent to me but I have not had any more answers. Sadly, Paypal washes its hands of it.