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Hi. The same thing happened to me. I ordered 2 large litter boxes and cat trees, etc. (16 items in total). I received a tiny pink cat/dog shirt!!!! I filled out a dispute and Paypal closed it because the tracking number says the package was delivered! Technically, I did receive a "package", but NOT what I ordered!!!
The tracking number provided to PayPal from Unilone https://t.17track.net/en#nums=FEISZ1704382208YQ
is linked to the original tracking number (see bottom of 17track.net link)
At the very bottom of the USPS page, it lists the package as "Parcel Select Lightweight". Upon further investigation, Parcel Select Lightweight only covers packages with all pieces weighing less than 16 oz. There is no way all the items I ordered were less than 16 oz
I got full refunds for both orders they ripped me off on. Cat shelves and litter box. Paypal denied my first claim. I called and told them what I ordered and the crap I received. The reopened case and within a few days I got refunded. I also sent emails to the scammers saying I refused their 40, 50 and 60% offer, saying I contacted Paypal and my credit card company. I wasn't nice in emails. Don't give up.. Call Paypal!
In my case, I ordered an item on August 25 and started the claim process on September 1 because I did not receive anything.
After the claim was initiated, the fake item was shipped on September 10 and I received it on September 16.
Finally, he filed a claim for the delivery of the fake product and resolved the claim on September 22 for a full refund without a self-pay return.
I repeatedly accused Unilone Trade Company of being a scammer based on the fact that the shopping site where the goods were sold disappeared and the fact that the goods were shipped after the claims were made. At the same time, I also pointed out that there were problems with PayPal's problem resolution system.
I was eventually able to reach a solution to the problem by getting telephone support and filing a damage report, which required proof of seal, as is customary in Japan.