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This is what those companies make their living off of, people who think it's money they lost.
Go after it. Don't let them make a living.
Don’t bother waiting, seems they use delay tactics to keep your money as long as possible. If they have to refund to a few occasionally then I’m sure the vast majority that don’t claim supply the majority of their funds.
Shame social media such as FB doesn’t take a more responsible attitude to vetting sellers. They just take the ad money and turn a blind eye
Your right, I wanted to send a photo to PayPal of these ugly toothbrushes I received, but there was no option to do that ... I'm going to post it on FB and warn others ... So I ordered the crow lamp and this is what they sent me 2 months later ...
I was able to upload pictures to PayPal as .png (I put the photo in Paint).
PayPal will want you to contact local police and FBI to lodge complaint. Eventually they will point you to Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre which is the right place (for Canadians).
Go get your money back.
buon giorno, anche io sono stata truffata, dicendo che li segnalo a Facebook (a paypall ho gia segnalato) e che scrivero al mio legale ,mi hanno proposto a restituire l'oggetto ,accreditando €8,00 per la spesa di spedizione, ma io non mi fido piu. o mi davano il rimborso di 40%. non mi interessa ,voglio che restituiscono tutta la somma. cosa possiamo fare tutti insieme?
If you have been ripped off by this company, your local state police/ the Australian Federal Police cannot help recovery your money. The USA's FBI has no jurisdiction in Australia because they are a foreign law enforcement agency (I know this should be common knowledge but, believe me, it isn't!)
The best you can do is report this mob to the SCAMWATCH website's online form at<https://www.scamwatch.gov.au/report-a-scam >
Also, I have managed to trace back the URLs for the website where I (believed I had) bought my goods, including the Facebook URL.
- Facebook URL where I saw the so-called cat beds: <https://m.face[Removed. Phone #s not permitted]2215>
NOTE: I have unlinked the URLs in case PayPal's interface dislikes HTML.
The mailing address on the package is/was:
I asked the Unilone Trade Company via email for their mailing address to return the goods:
If you don't get your money back at least you can stop these people ripping off fellow Australians.