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Yeah, like sending seeds to random people near your address in order to get a tracking number. Have you seen that in the news?
You'll need to request a change of your claim to Significantly Not as Described. Item Not Receive claims is for when you do not receive anything and the seller has to provide tracking number to win the case.
Message PayPal to request the change if you do not see an option to change reason of your claim to Significantly Not As Described in the case itself:
You also have the option to dispute through your card issuer if you paid with credit card as per section "Dispute with us or your card issuer":
Yes , I just had same issue, bought 4 items from china /hongkong companies on facebook adds, all were tool kit/ powertools that appeared to be a great deal , each was about $30.00 after waiting over a month I recieved 3 diff. small pkgs. , 1 pair $1.00 sunglasses, 1 rubber bag, and 1 small plastic box about the size of a deck of cards, So after filing disputes with paypal , long story short ,they decided, against me, because when I went to post office to return items I was told I would have to fill out customs forms and would cost me about $20.00 to return , Clearly not worth it to return a $1.00 item and pay $20.00 postage to recover $29.90